Liz Lands (1939 – January 11, 2013) was an American soul singer.

Born Elizabeth Lands, she grew up in New York City. Her purported five octave vocal range started her MotownCAREER beforeGordy tried to make a name for her in the R&B/PopMARKET. She left Motown in 1965, and recorded two singles for T & L Records. In the late 1980s/early 1990s, Lands re-emurged and Ian Levine recorded her for his Motorcity label.[1]

MLK Jr.Edit

Liz Lands (and the Voices of Salvation) are featured on the side-B single of Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous I Have a Dream speech, released on Gordy Records (G-7023), in 1968.


  • Midnight Johnny/Keep Me - Gordy 7030 (1964)
  • Staring All Over Again (12" single) - MOTC 28 (1990)
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