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She then performed in a Broadway production of Ain't Misbehavin' and reunited with original members of the Vandellas in 1989 both on record (recording for the London-based Motorcity Records that year issuing the single "Step into My Shoes") and on tour. Discography
1973: Willie Dynamite Soundtrack (MCA Records)
1974: Martha Reeves (MCA)
1975: Rainbow (Phonarama)
1977: For the Rest of My Life (Arista)
1978: We Meet Again (Fantasy)
1980: Gotta Keep Moving (Fantasy)
2004: Home To You (Itch/True Life Entertainment)
"Power of Love" (1974) (#76 Pop; #27 R&B)
"Wild Night" (1974) (#74 R&B)
"Love Blind" (1975) (#61 R&B)
"I'm Not Leaving" with Crystal Method (2012) (#24 Billboard Dance). 1970) and three grandchildren all living in Detroit Michigan.
Martha Rose Reeves (born July 18 1941 in Eufaula Alabama) is an American R&B and Pop singer and former politician and was the lead singer of the Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. From 2005 until 2009 Reeves served as an elected councilwoman for the city of Detroit Michigan. During her tenure with The Vandellas they scored over a dozen hit singles including "Nowhere to Run" "Jimmy Mack" and their signature "Dancing In The Street".