Margie Joseph's second album, aptly named "Phase II," followed on in more ways than one from "Makes A New Impression," released a year earlier. Recording and production locations were unchanged, resulting in a similar Memphis/Motown crossover feel, and she again borrowed a song from the Supremes - this time, "My World Is Empty Without You." This second effort didn't sell as well as her debut, though it was equally competent. After this album, Margie moved on to Atlantic where, in 1973, she recorded perhaps her most successful album, "Margie."
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Available on 2-for-1 CD from Amazon:
(amazon.com) Make A New Impression & Phase II
(amazon.ca) Makes A New Impression & Phase II