So here we are with another fabulous gem from my favourite Detroit girl, Pat Lewis. "Don't You Worry Baby, The Best Is Yet To Come" was originally recorded by Bessie Banks in 1974 and was an anthem at Blackpool Mecca. I felt it was perfect for Pat Lewis's sultry voice, so recorded it with her in the mid 1990's. I have recorded more songs with Pat Lewis than any other artist in my entire life. In the early sixties, Pat along with her sister Diane Lewis, formed a group called "The Adorables" along with two other sisters Betty and Jackie Winston. They signed with Golden World Records, owned by Ed Wingate, who along with Joanne Bratton managed the group. Pat then went on to fulfil her dream and ventured out on her own as a single artist. She recorded her first single at Golden World Records, "Can't Shake It Loose". She also began singing background vocals for "The Andantes", the background group for Motown Records, so she began singing background at Motown, starting with Stevie Wonder's "Uptight", and also worked for numerous other recording studios. She also recorded a lot at Brunswick in Chicago on Jackie Wilson's album, "Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher". In 1966, Golden World Records was sold to Motown. Pat then signed with Solid Hit Bound Records, owned by Don Davis and LaBaron Taylor, where she recorded several singles, "Look At What I Almost Missed", along with "Warning" and "No One To Love". In 1967, Aretha Franklin asked her to become one of her background singers on the road. She remained with Aretha off and on for a few years travelling and recording in the studio. In 1969, Don Davis owner of United Sound Recording Studio (writer/producer for Stax Records) called in Pat and her sister Diane for yet another session which was for Isaac Hayes' album "Hot Buttered Soul", Pat was hired to arrange and record background vocals. When the album was released it was a hit. Isaac asked if they wanted to travel with him. Pat gave Aretha Franklin her notice and they became "Hot Buttered Soul". Pat remained with Isaac Hayes from 1969 to 1982 as his opening act and his studio group. In 1989 she teamed up with Motorcity Records, and recorded more lead and backing vocals than any other artist, as well as rejoining The Andantes.