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Darryl Carter - And Then I Wrote (2015)

22-03-2015, 16:30
Music | Blues | Soul | R&B

Darryl Carter - And Then I Wrote (2015)

Artist: Darryl Carter
Title Of Album: ...And Then I Wrote
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues/Soul/R&B
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:06
Total Size: 118 MB

1. A Woman's Gotta Have It (4:42)
2. That's What Rainy Days Are For (4:57)
3. Baby Use A Dime (3:22)
4. You Bring Out The Best In Me (3:33)
5. Mountain Climbing (3:08)
6. Crying (3:53)
7. It's Gonna Rain (3:10)
8. Dream Of A Lifetime (4:11)
9. A Song About Loving You (2:42)
10. In One Lifetime (4:02)
11. Sunshine (3:29)
12. Starting Tomorrow (Bonus Track) (3:50)
13. Woman's Gotta Have It (Bonus Track) (5:02)

Throughout the years Darryl Carter has recorded for a multitude of labels, but the songs have rarely been released and haven’t remained in production. Most of the releases were meant to show other artists how to sing the songs he’d written. In the 80s as soul music began to see a decline in the US, Darryl launched the HCD imprint. He recorded an album on Tim Carter, but the album was never promoted and was essentially lost to time as Darryl began working in Sacramento. He took those songs and began cutting the album again and in the 90s “…And Then I Wrote” was pressed. After shopping the demo around to a few labels Darryl encountered a loss that was devastating.

Just like that “…And Then I Wrote” was shelved and Darryl began a move back to Chicago and Memphis that would span years. He continued writing with Jonah Ellis his long time writing partner and friend. He was writing and engineering tracks on Otis Clay and began to see a resurgence of Soul Music primarily in the British market and abroad. Darryl had never really stopped working, but he never did anything with those CDs that were pressed. A few copies made their way to but there was never a real push to do anything with the collection of songs, until now.

“…And Then I Wrote” is a collection, backed by The Atlanta Underground, that allowed Darryl to capture the Soul sound that’s been missing. While American Idol artist Taylor Hicks recorded “Woman’s Gotta Have It” and Jonny Lang were recording songs and gaining acclaim Darryl sat back and enjoyed the fact that he was still loved and respected by some singers in the industry.

This year saw the death of soul music guitarist Mabon “Teenie” Hodges and soul legend Bobby Womack. Darryl realized that it was time to begin building a stronger legacy. One that allowed people to realize that he was here. The first step was launching DC Soul. The next step is releasing this album to the public. There are only 300 pressed copies of this CD in existence authorized by Darryl Carter. Here is your chance to pick up “…And Then I Wrote” finally.

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