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Ann Peebles - The Essential Ann Peebles (1969/2015)

9-03-2015, 10:58
Blues | Soul | Funk | R&B | FLAC / APE

Ann Peebles - The Essential Ann Peebles (1969/2015)

Artist: Ann Peebles
Title Of Album: The Essential Ann Peebles
Year Of Release: 1969/2015
Label: Fat Possum - Hi Records
Genre: Soul, Funk, Female vocalists, Rhythm and blues, Rnb
Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps / FLAC
Total Time: 02:02:56
Total Size: 222 / 814 Mb
WebSite: itunes


"01. Give Me Some Credit
02. My Man
03. Walk Away
04. Part Time Love
05. I'll Get Along
06. I Still Love You
07. Generation Gap Between Us
08. Crazy About You Baby
09. Solid Foundation
10. Slipped, Tripped, Fell In Love
11. Trouble, Heartaches & Sadness
12. Somebody's On Your Case
13. I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home
14. I've Been There Before
15. I Pity the Fool
16. 99 Pounds
17. I Can't Stand the Rain
18. Do I Need You
19. (You Keep Me) Hanging On
20. Run Run Run
21. A Love Vibration
22. I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
23. Come to Mama
24. I Don't Lend My Man
25. I Needed Somebody
26. Doctor Love Power
27. Beware
28. Love Played a Game
29. If This Is Heaven
30. A Good Day For Lovin'
31. Being Here With You
32. You Gonna Make Me Cry
33. Lovin' You Without Love
34. It Must Be Love
35. Old Man With Young Ideas
36. The Handwriting Is On the Wall
37. I Didn't Take Your Man
38. You're More Than I Can Stand
39. Livin' In, Lovin' Out
40. If I Can't See You
41. Let Your Love Light Shine"

Ann Peebles was all of 22 years old when she cut her debut album for the great Memphis R&B label Hi Records, but she sure didn't sound like a novice once she stepped into the studio. This Is Ann Peebles is the work of a strong and confident artist who sounds thoroughly assured even when she's covering Aretha Franklin, and though Peebles doesn't quite take "Chain of Fools" away from the Queen of Soul, she gives it a taut but weary reading that lends that tale of romantic betrayal a flavor unique to Peebles' rendition. That's not the only instantly recognizable cover Peebles was saddled with on her first LP, but she sounds even more assured on "It's Your Thing" and "Rescue Me," and on fresh material like "Crazy About You Baby," "Make Me Yours," and "Give Me Some Credit," her clear but resonant voice and emphatic readings establish her as a seasoned professional right out of the box. It doesn't hurt that Peebles was working with some of the best talent in Memphis on these sessions; the Hi Records rhythm section lays down a lean and indelible groove on every selection, the Memphis Horns punctuate the melodies with gale-force soul, and producer Willie Mitchell brings it all home with subtle but fiery results. It would be 1974 before Ann Peebles finally got the breakthrough hit she deserved with "I Can't Stand the Rain," but This Is Ann Peebles should convince anyone with a taste for classic rhythm & blues that she had the goods long before the rest of the world caught up with her.

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aksyonoff   User offline   19 January 2016 02:40

Hi! Please re-up FLAC! Thanks!

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