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Timmy Thomas - Why Cant We Live Together (Remastered) (2013)

18-04-2014, 21:30
Music | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Timmy Thomas - Why Cant We Live Together (Remastered) (2013)

Artist: Timmy Thomas
Title Of Album: Why Cant We Live Together (Remastered)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Big Break Records
Genre: Funk, Soul
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 45:15 Min
Total Size: 109 Mb | 154 Mb


1. Why Can't We Live Together 4:38
2. Rainbow Power 2:59
3. Take Care Of Home 2:36
4. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face 3:21
5. The Coldest Days Of My Life 4:05
6. In The Beginning 3:13
7. Cold Cold People 4:07
8. Opportunity 3:10
9. Dizzy Dizzy World 3:36
10.Funky Me 3:03
11.People Are Changin' (Bonus Track) 3:46
12.Why Can't We Live Together (Single Version) (Bonus Track) 3:31
13.Funky Me (Single Version) (Bonus Track) 3:04

Timmy Thomas is a keyboardist, R&B singer, songwriter and producer who hails from Evansville, Indiana where he was born on the 13th of November 1944. As a keyboardist Thomas came to prominence as an accompanist with Jazz legends Donald Byrd and Cannonball Adderley in the early 60s before joining the group Phillip & The Faithfuls, releasing several singles on the Goldwax record label in 1964, before settling in Memphis as a session musician while still releasing solo sides for Goldwax with modest success. After a brief stint on the Climax label in 1970 Thomas found a new home on Glades Records, a subsidiary of T.K. Records, in Miami in 1972. Why Can't We Live Together was the first of four albums Thomas recorded on Glades Records and with the title track released as the first single in late 1972 Thomas had his first and biggest hit with Why Can t We Live Together which peaked at #1 R&B and #3 Pop in the U.S., and #12 in the U.K. The success of the title track propelled the album to #10 R&B and #53 Pop in 1973. 'Why Cant We Live Together' has a very stripped down production, a sound echoed throughout the album, with Thomas' soulful organ played in an improvisational style over the rhythm sections, giving room for his impassioned vocals. Other notable cuts on the album are the standard The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face and The Coldest Days Of My Life.
Digitally remastered in 2013, and reissued with 2 rare BONUS tracks! Soulful 1972 album from the US keyboardist, featuring the smash title track "Why Can't We Live Together" plus a cover of Ewan MacColl's "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face".

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Folow31   User offline   12 February 2016 18:35

Can you re-upload this please ?

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nateag   User offline   2 October 2016 03:43

I loose it :(
,,,re-up please

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pricus   User offline   14 October 2016 01:33

Please re-up

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