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Gene Chandler - You Don't Know What You've Got (2015)

18-02-2015, 19:03
Music | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

Gene Chandler  - You Don't Know What You've Got (2015)

Artist: Gene Chandler
Title Of Album: You Don't Know What You've Got
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Upon My Soul
Genre: Soul, R&B
Quality: mp3 320 kbps / flac lossless
Total Time: 01:08:15
Total Size: 156 / 392 mb
WebSite: itunes

01. Think Nothing About It
02. Just Be True
03. The Girl's a Devil
04. Rainbow
05. Nite Owl
06. You Threw a Lucky Punch
07. Stand By Me
08. Kissin' in the Kitchen
09. You Can't Hurt Me No More
10. Tear for Tear
11. A Song Called Soul
12. God Bless Our Love
13. Baby, That's Love
14. Daddy's Home
15. What Now
16. Gonna Be Good Times
17. Festival of Love
18. Nothing Can Stop Me
19. A Man's Temptation
20. (I'm Just a) Fool for You
21. Duke of Earl
22. Check Yourself
23. I Wake Up Cryin'
24. It's No Good for Me
25. Bet You Never Thought
26. The Big Lie
27. Turn On Your Love Light

Gene Chandler is remembered by the rock & roll audience almost solely for the classic novelty and doo wop-tinged soul ballad "Duke of Earl"; the unforgettable opening chant of the title leading the way, the song was a number one hit in 1962. He's esteemed by soul fans as one of the leading exponents of the '60s Chicago soul scene, along with Curtis Mayfield and Jerry Butler. Born Eugene Dixon, he was a member of the doo wop group the Dukays and "Duke of Earl" was actually a Dukays recording; Dixon was renamed Gene Chandler and the single bore his credit as a solo singer. Chandler never approached the massive pop success of that chart-topper (although he occasionally entered the Top 20), but he was a big star with the R&B audience with straightforward mid-tempo and ballad soul numbers in the mid-'60s, many of which were written by Curtis Mayfield and produced by Carl Davis. Chandler's success became more fitful after Mayfield stopped penning material for him, although he enjoyed some late-'60s hits and had a monster pop and soul smash in 1970 with "Groovy Situation." His last successes were the far less distinguished disco- and dance-influenced R&B hits "Get Down" (1978) and "Does She Have a Friend?" (1980).

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