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Ann Peebles - The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records Volume 1 1969 - 1973 (2003)

7-11-2014, 05:51
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk | R&B

Ann Peebles - The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records Volume 1 1969 - 1973 (2003)

Artist: Ann Peebles
Title Of Album: The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records Volume 1 1969 - 1973
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Hi Records
Genre: Soul, Memphis Soul, R&B, Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: V0 VBR
Total Time: 102:50 Min
Total Size: 173 Mb


Disc: 1
1. Give Me Some Credit
2. Crazy About You Baby
3. Make Me Yours
4. My Man
5. Solid Foundation
6. Chain Of Fools
7. It's Your Thing
8. Walk Away
9. Rescue Me
10. Won't You Try Me
11. Steal Away
12. Respect
13. I Can't Let You Go
14. Part Time Love
15. I'll Get Along
16. I Still Love You
17. Generation Gap Between Us

Disc: 2
1. Slipped Tripped And Fell In Love
2. Trouble Heartaches And Sadness
3. What You Laid On Me
4. How Strong Is A Woman
5. Somebody's On Your Case
6. I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home
7. I've Been There Before
8. I Pity The Fool
9. 99 lbs
10. I Take What I Want
11. Heartaches Heartaches
12. I Can't Stand The Rain
13. Do I Need You
14. Until You Came Into My Life
15. (You Keep Me) Hanging On
16. Run Run Run
17. If We Can't Trust Each Other
18. A Love Vibration
19. You Got To Feed The Fire
20. I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
21. One Way Street

The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records, Vol. 1 contains her first four albums, as well as the additional B-sides up to 1974, and contains much of her best work. To find them collected and complete on just two CDs at a reasonable price should make it an irresistible first stop for anyone wishing to add some of Ann Peebles work to their collection on CD.

Ann Peebles of course continues to this day to be an important artist, and Volume 2 and beyond are recommended subsequent purchases, but for sheer quantity of gems, such as I Can't Stand The Rain, Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home, I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down, I Pity The Fool, (You Keep Me) Hangin' On and A Love Vibration, all hit singles, this obviously is the place to start, and naturally you get to hear the albums as they were meant to be heard as well as two B-sides that did not appear on albums. Ann Peebles' third album, Part Time Love, named after her hit version of the Little Johnny Taylor track, is an exception to this at it was largely a repackaging of previously released material, and the duplicated tracks are not repeated, but the four new tracks complete disc one, following This Is Ann Peebles. This was her debut album and contains far less original material than her other albums. However I have no complaint at hearing Ann Peebles singing Bettye Swann, Fontella Bass, Aretha Franklin or the untypically funky Isley Brothers hit It's Your Thing.

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