Sheila B. Devotion complete Vinyl Discography

Description: This section of the Vinyl Record Collector's Guide lists the complete 7" Singles Discography of the French 70s pop and Eurodisco star: Sheilaand Sheila B. Devotion was a disco and pop music project formed in 1977 by French songwriter and producer Pierre Robert. The project is best known for its hit song "Spacer" which reached number one in the UK singles chart and Top 10 across Europe, The song's success prompted Robert to put together a live band to perform as Sheila B. Devotion, fronted by singer Sheila Bonnick. The band went on to release several more successful singles and albums throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s. The band become known for their upbeat disco sound and catchy hooks, as well as Sheila's powerful vocals. The band was dissolved in 1983 but Sheila B. Devotion's music remains popular in the disco and retro scene.

 

Label & Catalogno Band/Performers - Album Title
Carrere 49.242
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SHEILA - L'Amour Qui Brule en Moi / La Voiture (1976, France)

"L'Amour Qui Brule en Moi" is the 7" single track by the French singer "SHEILA" taken from the 1976 studio album with the same name.

Carrere 49.273
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SHEILA - L'Arche de Noe / Une Fille ne Vaut pas une Femme( 1977, France)

SHEILA's 1977 release, "L'Arche de Noe," a 7" single, showcases the French singer's talent. The record, encapsulated in a picture sleeve, is a musical gem that reflects the era's charm. The title track, meaning "Noah's Ark," exhibits SHEILA's captivating vocals. Paired with "Une Fille ne Vaut pas une Femme," this vinyl snapshot captures the essence of her artistry, making it a timeless addition to her discography.

Carrere 6061.139
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SHEILA - Blancs Jaunes Rouges Noirs / Vive la Terre (1971, France)

In 1971, amidst the dynamic musical landscape, French singer Sheila released the iconic "Blancs Jaunes Rouges Noirs" 7" Vinyl Single. The production skillfully blended her captivating vocals with the diverse sounds of the time. The record's charm extends to its various front sleeve variations, with the discussed version featuring Sheila alongside a German Shepherd. A nostalgic journey, this single encapsulates the rich tapestry of 1970s music and visual aesthetics.

 

Carrere 49.026

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SHEILA & RINGO - Les Gondoles a Venise (1973, France)

"Les Gondoles à Venise" is the 1973 French song by Sheila and Ringo ( realname: Guy Bayle), it has sold over 600,000 copies in France.

SHEILA - Le Kilt (Un Sou C'est Un Sou...) (1967, France)

"Sheila - Le Kilt (Un Sou C'est Un Sou...)" is a 7" vinyl single by the French singer Sheila, released in 1965. The single features two songs, "Le Kilt" and "Un Sou C'est Un Sou" ("A Penny is a Penny").

Carrere 49.288
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SHEILA B. DEVOTION - Love Me Baby Carrere Records (1977, France)

For some commercial reasons Sheila decided to perform this recording anonymously using the name S.B. Devotion and not Sheila B. Devotion So this record is available with two different cover titles, one: S.B. Devotion and Sheila B.Devotion, Sheila and the Black Devotion.

SHEILA - Melancolie Coeur Blesse

"Sheila - Melancolie & Coeur Blesse" is a classic example of 1970s French pop music, showcasing Sheila's talent as a singer and her ability to convey powerful emotions through her music. The haunting melody of "Melancolie" and the catchy rhythm of "Coeur Blesse" demonstrate the versatility of Sheila's musical style and her ability to connect with audiences across genres. The single remains a beloved favorite of fans of French pop music and a testament to Sheila's enduring legacy as a singer and pop culture icon.

Carrere 49.213 thumbnail image of album front cover

SHEILA - Patrick Mon Cheri / Good Bye My Love (1976, France)

"Sheila - Patrick Mon Cheri / Good Bye My Love" is a classic example of 1960s French pop music, showcasing Sheila's talent as a singer and her ability to capture the hearts of audiences with her music. The catchy pop beats of "Patrick Mon Cheri" and the emotional balladry of "Good Bye My Love" demonstrate the versatility of Sheila's musical style

Carrere 49.000 thumbnail image of album front cover

SHEILA - Poupee de Porcelaine (France)

"Sheila - Poupee de Porcelaine" is a classic example of 1960s French pop music, showcasing Sheila's talent as a singer and her ability to capture the hearts of audiences with her music.

Carrere 49.139 thumbnail image of album front cover

SHEILA - Quel Temperament de Feu / Laisse-toi Rever (France)

"Quel Temperament de Feu" was released in France in 1977 and was a hit in the French charts. The song is written by Sheila and her husband, the French singer and songwriter, Ringo. The lyrics of the song are in French. The song is known for its upbeat disco sound and catchy hooks, as well as Sheila's powerful vocals.

SHEILA - Reviens Je t'Aime la Pluie

"Reviens, je t'aime la pluie" is a song by French singer Sheila. The song was released in France in 1983. The song is written by Sheila and her husband, the French singer and songwriter, Ringo. The lyrics of thesong are in French. The song is known for its upbeat disco sound and catchy hooks, as well as Sheila's powerful vocals.

Carrere 6061 135
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SHEILA - Les Roi Mages (Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum) / Une Femme (France)

"Une Femme" is a song by French singer Sheila. The song was released in France in 1977 as a single. The song is written by Sheila, it is a French song. The song was included on the album "Les Rois Mages" which was released in 1977.

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SHEILA B. DEVOTION - Singin' in the Rain (version integrale) 7" (1977, France)

Sheila B.'s powerful voice, combined with the disco beat and catchy melodies of Sheila B. Devotion's songs, quickly made her a popular figure in France and across Europe. The band's music was often described as upbeat and energetic, and was influenced by the disco and funk sounds of the late 1970s.

Carrere 62.187 thumbnail image of album front cover SHEILA B. DEVOTION - Singin' In The Rain / Love Me Baby 12" (1977, France)