Song written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson. The song is written from the view of a spurned woman who requests that her ex-boyfriend remembers her for all the positive things she had brought to his life.
Diana Ross version
Diana Ross recorded the song for her 1971 album 'Surrender'. Released as the lead single from the album, it reached number 7 in the UK singles chart.
Kim Wilde version
Kim Wilde recorded a cover of 'Remember me' for her 2011 album Snapshots.
There are seven versions of 'Remember me': the album version, the 'mixed but not mastered' version on the promotional cd of 'Snapshots', plus five remixes by Vinny Vero & Steve Migliore: club mix, dub, instrumental, single mix and synthapella.
Kim about 'Remember me'
In 1970 I was ten years old, I was really mad about music even at that age. I was very lucky because there was a lot of very cool music being played in the house. My dad had an amazing record collection and so I remember a lot of Motown being played and I remember loving Diana Ross's voice particularly. In 1970 she released 'Remember me'. I already knew her songs from earlier but I really particularly loved this one. And of course years later I went on to record 'You keep me hangin' on' by the Supremes and Diana and so I feel an affinity with her because of that in a way, but to me she is the ultimate diva. I think she's my all time favourite female artist in that pop genre. She's just a class act. (1)
Bass guitar: Ricky Wilde
Guitars: Neil Jones & Ricky Wilde
Keyboards: Andrew Murray
Additional vocals: Kim Wilde, Ricky Wilde & Scarlett Wilde
Produced by Ricky Wilde & Andrew Murray
Vocal production: Ricky Wilde
Additional engineering: Pascal Magdinier
(1) Track by track commentary, Sony Music, 2011.