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Geater Davis - Lost Soul (2013)

4-01-2015, 15:49
Music | Blues | Soul

Geater Davis - Lost Soul (2013)

Artist: Geater Davis
Title Of Album: Lost Soul
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Blues Soul
Label: Luv N’Haight
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 63:57
Total Size: 152 Mb
Covers: Front & Back

01. My Love Is So Strong For You (3:02)
02. For Your Precious Love (8:45)
03. I Love You (2:57)
04. I Can Hold My Own (4:11)
05. Cry, Cry, Cry (7:29)
06. Don't Marry A Fool (2:28)
07. St. James Infirmary (3:28)
08. Wrapped Up In You (2:55)
09. Sweet Woman's Love (2:38)
10. I Know (My Baby Loves Me) (3:45)
11. I'll Play The Blues For You (3:27)
12. I'll Play The Blues For You (Second Version) (3:51)
13. Cold Love (Long Version) (5:15)
14. Breath Taking Girl (3:53)
15. I'll Get By (2:47)
16. Best Of Luck To You (3:00)

Luv N’Haight presents Lost Soul; a comprehensive collection of material recorded by Geater Davis for the House Of Orange label. The name of the album is an accurate description of the life and career of the legendary blues and soul singer who passed away at age 38 while on the verge of breaking through.

Geater Davis was a singer from Texas who had the chops to be one of the great men of the soul era, but bad luck and bad timing kept him from enjoying the success he deserved. Davis would have been a perfect fit at Stax or Atlantic in the mid- to late '60s, but his recording career didn't get rolling until the early '70s, when his brand of gruff but passionate blues-based R&B was losing ground in favor of funkier sounds. And while producer Allen Orange consistently drew fine performances from Davis in the studio and gave him powerful and sympathetic backing, Orange's record labels (House of Orange and Seventy-Seven Records) didn't have much muscle in the marketplace. Davis recorded for other labels over the course of his career, including Ace and Luna, but they didn't fare much better with him than Orange's imprints, and Davis was little more than a cult figure when he died in 1984 at the age of 38.

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