Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Mystic, Jul 11, 2007.
Mighty fine right there, souljay!
While working on a new playlist last week, (I still refer to them as "Mixed Tapes"), using the theme of Free/Freedom, I came across three great songs I didn't know I had. Ray Charles doing "Don't Set Me Free", Otis Redding's song "Free Me" & Irma Thomas singing "I Wish I Knew How It Felt To Be Free". Considering that I am a huge fan of both Otis & Irma, I was pleasantly surprised to find these songs in their catalog that I didn't even recognize. The Ray Charles song was a nice bonus as well.
Putting these track lists together has proven to be beneficial to me as I am finding material that I already own that has eluded me in my listening sessions. Finding a new to me 50 year old Otis Redding song, Priceless.
Good Evening People (In The Café).
And To The Newcomers.... Welcome....
Tonight (First Up)....
Stevie Wonder -- Innervisions -- Tamla (1973)(Vinyl)
Side #1: "Too High"; "Visions"; "Living For The City"; "Golden Lady"
Side #2: "Higher Ground"; "Jesus Christ Of America"; "All In Love Is Fair"; "Don't You Worry Bout' A Thing"; "He's Mister Know-It-All"
Volume Turned UP UP UP UP!!!!
Thumbs Up For The Rig!!!!
NOW UP (AND FINAL FOR TONIGHT)
Stevie Wonder -- Talking Book -- Tamla (1972)(Vinyl)
Side #1: "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life"; "Maybe Your Baby"; "You & I (Can Conquer The World)"; "Tuesday Heartbreak"; "You've Got It Bad Girl"
Side #2: "Superstition"; "Big Brother"; "Blame It On The Sun"; "Lookin' For Another Pure Love"; "I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)"
Volume Turned UP UP UP!!!!
Classic Stevie Wonder for sure!
thanks mate and thumbs up for innervisions and talking book
You betcha' Charles & RT Fan!
Nothing else to say, tubed!
Hey Soul Cafe. Saw this and knew it would be enjoyed here
another uptempo soulful house jam for you Rome
You betcha', Gnommy!
Alrighty then souljay, you know I'll check it out!
Bookends (lp ends?) For the 70's
Ashford & Simpson; Stay Free 1979. Nicely recorded with great bass and midrange.
Deniece Williams; This is Niecy 1976. This girl can sing!
1991 SBK K4-98272
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
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