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VA - Where Southern Soul Began: 1954-1962 (2013)

23-06-2014, 08:59
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VA - Where Southern Soul Began: 1954-1962 (2013)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Where Southern Soul Began: 1954-1962
Year Of Release: May 28, 2013
Label: History Of Soul
Genre: R&B, Soul, Southern Soul
Quality: MP3 | FLAC (tracks+.cue,log)
Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless
Total Time: 135:29 Min
Total Size: ~310 Mb |~483 Mb
WebSite: itunes


Disc 1
1. I've Been Wrong for So Long - Bobby "Blue" Bland
2. Room in Your Heart - Gladys Knight & the Pips
3. You Don't Have to Cry - Little Bob & The Lollipops
4. I Wanna Be Free - Joe Tex
5. Your Lonesome Now - Charles Perrywell
6. You Gotta Go - Bobby Hebb
7. Please Think It Over - Roscoe Shelton
8. Teach Me - Gorgeous George
9. I Don't Want No Woman - Bobby "Blue" Bland
10. If (I Could Be with You) - Miss La-Vell
11. I Got to Know - The "5" Royales
12. I Found True Love - Oscar Perry
13. If I Don't See You Again - Ted Taylor
14. I've Just Got to Forget You - Bud Harper
15. Close Up the Back Door - Cookie & the Cupcakes
16. Sally Sue Brown - Arthur Alexander
17. Phoney Lover - Clyde Shelby
18. Somebody Somewhere - Gene Allison
19. Somewhere - Larry Birdsong Somebody
20. Wait and See - Fred Lowery
21. Slave to Love - Charles "Wigg" Walker & the Daffodils
22. Too Many Tears - Roy Lee Johnson
23. Hurts Me to My Heart - Rudy Ray Moore
24. The - Johnny Wright World Is Yours
25. What Can I Do for You - Elmore Morris
26. The - Donel Austin Thrill of Yesterday
27. You Don't Miss Your Water - William Bell

Disc 2
1. I Cried - Joe Medwick
2. Frozen Love - Gay Meadows & the Yobyalps
3. Blessed Are These Tears - Joe Tex
4. Tend to Your Business - Arthur Adams
5. Everything Will Be Alright - Gene Allison
6. I'm Leaving You - Ted Taylor
7. That's a Good Idea - Grover Mitchell
8. Give Me Your Love - Delores Johnson
9. I Need Somebody - Little Milton
10. I'll Learn to Love Again - Little Junior Parker
11. I'm Not Gonna Leave - Joe Perkins
12. Come Into My Heart - Little Clarence
13. Give Us Your Blessings - Ruth White
14. Am I Losing You - Little Ike
15. That's Cuz I Love You - Louis Jones
16. You're Gonna Miss Me - Shirley Raymond
17. Shout Bamalama - Otis Redding
18. Sooner or Later - Larry Birdsong
19. Best of Luck Baby - Earl Gaines
20. Can't Stand to See You Cry - Tony Borders
21. I Say! That's All Right - Roosevelt Jones
22. Help Yourself - Steve Dickinson
23. I Woke Up Screming - Bobby "Blue" Bland
24. My Love Belongs to You - Sam & Dave
25. Backtracking - Little Junior Parker
26. I Don't Hurt Anymore - Fontella Bass
27. Please, Please - James Brown Please

The Golden Age of southern soul lasted from about 1964 to 1975, when disco ripped the heart out of it. And although it may seem as though the blend of country, gospel and R & B that emerged from the great studios in Memphis and Muscle Shoals in that decade was entirely fresh and new, like any other genre classic, southern soul picked up musical cues and absorbed influences from a whole variety of sources: horn lines from Louisiana’s swamp pop, lyrical themes from the blues, songs from country music, and of course so, so much from the black churches. Part of the 'History of Soul' series, these CDs reveal many of the black musical antecedents that gave southern soul its greatest inspirations. A good few of the artists here, represented in their early attempts at creating an individual style, went on to become some of the biggest stars of the '60s. Other musicians on these collections, perhaps less famously, provided ideas and techniques that became stylistic standards in the coming years. If you ever wondered what musical forms lay behind the southern soul explosion, the answer is in these tracks. If you thought that secularised gospel singing started with Sam Cooke and Ray Charles, think again as you listen to vocalists who pioneered this many years before they did. And if you were of the view that the players and producers at Royal Studios, or Fame or Cosimo’s in New Orleans invented something completely unheard of, you were wrong.

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albgardis   User offline   24 February 2015 04:02

Oh no, the mp3 link is dead!
Can you please fix that? 8

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