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Tell It Like It Is - Various - Elemental Rhythm & Blues: Smooth & Soulful (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Tell It Like It Is - Various - Elemental Rhythm & Blues: Smooth & Soulful (CD)

  1. The second disc opens with the hot Party Time which sounds like a different group with it's tough vocal and pounding R&B backing with some great guitar (probably Mickey Baker). There are some other tough numbers like the soulful ballad Crying All Alone, the great blues Best Friend Blues.
  2. Bob's a blues-inspired artist at the core, but he opens up here with enough freak and fuzz to match the music of Shuggie Otis at the start of the 70s – thanks to great guitar from Mark Manko – and like some of Shuggie's first two sets on Epic, the whole thing is a mad mix of blues and rock, funk and soul – with searing guitar solos that.
  3. Artist: Various Artists Title: Classic Rock - Time Life Music Collection Year Of Release: Label: Time Life Music Genre: Rock, Pop Rock, Surf, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Psychedelic, Classic Rock Quality: CBR kbps / FLAC (tracks+cue,log) Total Time: Total Size: gb / gb WebSite: Album Preview.
  4. Bandleader Lee Diamond brought the beginnings of a song called "Tell It Like It Is" to Davis before returning to Little Richard's Upsetters and a side gig as a member of the King Records in-house band. Davis tapped Neville as Parlo's first signee, recording four sides at Cosimo Matassa's studio in
  5. TELL IT LIKE IT IS (WISCONSIN BLUES SOCIETY) "Bandleader Pierre Lacocque has developed into a highly sensitive and innovative harmonica player in his own right capable of delivering powerful solos as well as riffing effectively as part of the rhythm section. I can't praise it too highly, it's megastonking.!!
  6. Reed's vocals are incredible, and tell it like it is, to "the meanest woman I've ever seen." The inventive guitar licks in this tune, really move along nicely, and know just when to give Reed ample exposure for his sorrowful vocals. Junior Gordon's "Call the Doctor" is an upbeat, soulful rocker, that really puts the rhythm in the blues.
  7. Jul 24,  · There is another version out there that was recorded first, and in stereo. It's slower, has a different vocal, and has a different intro and middle section. I prefer the hit version presented here. I didn't hear this song as a kid, and only learned it in the CD age. We can also skip Respect by Aretha, which came after this song.
  8. Upgrade to the Deluxe Edition! You’ll get 8 more CDs filled with even more of the best romantic soul hits. additional songs including “Quiet Storm” by Smokey Robinson, “Sweet Love” by The Commodores, “Hey Girl” by The Temptations, “Too Hot” by Kool and the Gang, “On Bended Knee” by Boyz II Men, “After the Dance” by Marvin Gaye, and so many more!
  9. CD $ 27 tracks, highly recommended As far as I know, this is the 1st ever collection of this fine Chicago soul group who later became the duo Maurice & Mac. There were 3 distinct phases/influences here. The original group was a quintet including Maurice McAlister, Mac McLauren, & Wallace Sampson.

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