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Merry Clayton – The Best of Merry Clayton (2013)

2-03-2016, 20:28
Soul | R&B | Oldies | FLAC / APE

Title: The Best of Merry Clayton
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Sony Legacy
Genre: Soul
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 59:09
Total Size: 143/378 Mb


1. Southern Man (3:16)
2. Tell All the People (2:55)
3. Country Road (3:45)
4. After All This Time (3:10)
5. Gimme Shelter (3:30)
6. Grandma's Hands (3:30)
7. Oh No, Not My Baby (3:26)
8. Walk On In (2:44)
9. Bridge Over Troubled Water (5:48)
10. The Mighty Quinn - Brothers and Sisters (3:31)
11. Sho' Nuff (2:46)
12. Forget It I Got It (2:53)
13. Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow (from the Universal T.V. Series Baretta) (2:53)
14. Suspicious Minds (3:58)
15. A Song For You (4:18)
16. Lift Every Voice and Sing (Black National Hymn) (from the Original Soundtrack of MGM's Brewster McCloud) (3:03)
17. The Acid Queen (3:36)

The unmistakable voice of Merry Clayton - whose fiery vocal complemented Mick Jagger's lead on The Rolling Stones' immortal "Gimme Shelter" in 1969 - is is front and center on The Best Of Merry Clayton, the first-ever compilation of Clayton's solo works. The timing is right to shine the spotlight on Clayton, with the forthcoming release of Twenty Feet From Stardom, a new feature-length documentary about backing vocalists like Clayton, who bought shape and style to the soundtracks of our lives.

The acclaimed documentary Twenty Feet From Stardom shines the spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century. These gifted artists span a range of styles, genres and eras of popular music, but each has a uniquely fascinating and personal story to share of a life spent in the shadows of superstardom. Filmmaker Morgan Neville's unprecedented look at the moving personal journeys of these normally uncelebrated artists pays tributes to their indelible role in popular music.

The Best Of Merry Clayton features selections from all three of her Ode albums, as well as choice non-LP material, including a non-LP cover of "Suspicious Minds," Clayton's take on Bob Dylan's "The Mighty Quinn" from the Ode compilation Dylan's Gospel (1969) and a rendition of "Acid Queen" performed with The London Symphony Orchestra for a symphonic recording of The Who's Tommy in 1972.

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zimster   User offline   26 December 2014 09:03

Fabuloussssssssssssss x

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coates   User offline   4 March 2016 17:40

All links are dead

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coates   User offline   7 March 2016 08:44

Is it possible to re-up this CD?
Thank you.

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