Al Green - I Get Joy album download
|You're Everything To Me||4:16|
|All My Praise||4:06|
|The End Is Near||4:02|
|Mighty Cloud Of Joy||4:15|
|I Get Joy||3:52|
|As Long As We're Together||3:48|
|Tryin To Do The Best I Can||3:01|
|Tryin To Get Over You||2:05|
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I'm Still in Love with You is the fifth studio album by the American gospel and soul singer Al Green, released on October 23, 1972, on Hi Records. Recording sessions took place during 1972. The album was produced solely by Willie Mitchell.
I Get Joy (LP, Album).
I Get Joy is the 22nd studio album by Al Green, released in May 1989 on A&M Records. The album also includes secular songs for the first time since the 1970s which includes "As Long As We're Together" which features Al B. Sure! singing backup. Also former member of The Temprees Jasper "Jabbo" Phillips sings backup on "Tryin' to Do the Best I Can" and "Tryin' to Get Over You".
Mighty Cloud of Joy. is a cover of. Mighty Clouds of Joy by . As Long as We're Together. was remixed in. As Long as We're Together (Go Reverend) by Al B. Sure!, Kyle West (1989).
In 1995, The Right Stuff reissued Al Green's Greatest Hits, adding five of the highlights from the second volume of greatest hits as bonus tracks. The result was a definitive single-disc compilation, featuring 15 of Green's absolute best songs, including "Tired of Being Alone," "Let's Stay Together," "I'm Still in Love With You," "Call Me," "Here I Am," "Sha-La-La (Make Me Happy)," and "L-O-V-E (Love). The original version of Greatest Hits was great, but the revision made it nearly perfect.
Green wasn't yet firing on all cylinders as a songwriter, but even the album's lesser songs get spectacular performances. As with his entire pre-gospel career, Jesus turns up unexpectedly- this time in the middle of the otherwise secular groove "So You're Leaving". The album's centerpiece is a six-minute-plus cover of the Bee Gees' ballad "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart", on which his vocal is so light and flexible it seems to be fluttering in the breeze coming off the drums. The smartly sequenced track listing proceeds from "Tired of Being Alone" to "Let's Get Married", and the lyrical range encompasses I-want-you, I-want-you-back, and -happy-about-it songs. If there's such a thing as an underplayed song from it, it's probably "I Can't Get Next to You", the 1970 single that saved him from one-hit-wonder-dom.
Al Green was the first great soul singer of the '70s and arguably the last great Southern soul.
A1 You're Everything To Me 4:16. Al Green I Get Joy (LP, Album) A&M Records.
I Get Joy Album Cover Art. Al Green. 4. Mighty Cloud of Joy. length: 4:20. 5 I Get Joy. length: 3:55.