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Carl Carlton (born May 21, 1953) is an American R&B, soul, and funk singer-songwriter, best known for his hits "Everlasting Love" and "She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked)". Carlton was born in Detroit, Michigan, and began his career in the mid-1960s as "Little Carl" Carlton.
Carl Carlton (born May 21, 1952, Detroit, Michigan) is an American R&B, soul, and funk singer and songwriter, best known for his hits "Everlasting Love" and "She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked)". Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Everlasting: The Best of Carl Carlton Album. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Our awesome collection of. Promoted Songs.
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Album: Everlasting: The Best of Carl Carlton, 2009. This was one of two follow-up cuts from Carl Carlton's charting single, Everlasting Love, from his Everlasting Love album (1974). Carlton's cover of songwriter Dennis Belfield's work was released the same year as Rufus (feat. Chaka Kahn) released the same title on their Rags to Rufus album.
Everlasting: The Best Of (Hip-O Select/Geffen). Detroit's "Little Carl" Carlton bore a marketable vocal resemblance to Little Stevie Wonder in the late 1960s ("Sure Miss Loving You"), but he covered and hit with "Everlasting Love" for Houston's Don Robey in 1973 before stalling out and reappearing in 1981 with the Grammy-nominated "She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked). A note to readers: Bold and uncensored, The Austin Chronicle has been Austin’s independent news source for almost 40 years, expressing the community’s political and environmental concerns and supporting its active cultural scene. Now more than ever, we need your support to continue supplying Austin with independent, free press. Support the Chronicle.