Lou Rawls - Bring It On Home / Can You Dig It (Monologue) / Take Me For What I Am album download
Bring It on Home to Me" is a song by American soul singer Sam Cooke, released on May 8, 1962 by RCA Victor. Produced by Hugo & Luigi and arranged and conducted by René Hall, the song was the B-side to "Having a Party". The song peaked at number two on Billboard's Hot R&B Sides chart, and also charted at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song has become a pop standard, covered by numerous artists of different genres. It is one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
A2 Another Saturday Night. A3 Can You Dig It (Monologue) 0:35. A4 Take Me For What I Am. 2:39. Bring It On Sam Cooke. And Other Hits (LP, Album).
For analytical purposes, I’ve divided Bring It On Home To Me into its five constituent parts, one for each verse. To accompany the analysis, I’ve included all five sections and the complete song below as a downloadable zip file, so queue those up in your mp3 player and follow along. Or, you can watch this YouTube video. While the drums are the secret weapon, the obvious reason for this song’s timelessness are the vocals of Sam Cooke and Lou Rawls. I defy anyone to come up with a better example of harmony singing in the history of recorded music. Someone else pointed out to me recently the difference in the album mixes, which for some reason I never noticed. Rest assured that whoever greenlighted that decision will have a visit from my goons. Wide Eyed Explorer says: December 28, 2008 at 4:06 pm.
Rawls charted with a cover of "Bring It On Home to Me" in 1970 (with the title shortened to "Bring It On Home"). no matter where it comes from, no matter how it is presented. Lou Rawls, 1968 Pop Chronicles interview. Stormy Monday, a jazz album with Les McCann, was released in 1962. Alhough his 1966 album Live! was certified gold, Rawls would not have a star-making hit until he made a soul album, named Soulin', later that same year. The album contained "Love Is a Hurtin' Thing". his first R&B N. single. In 1967 he won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance for the single "Dead End Street"
The Very Best of Lou Rawls: You'll Never Find Another released: 2006. Black and Blue and Tobacco Road released: 2006. Groovy People: The Best of Lou Rawls released: 2005. All Things in Time, Unmistakably Lou released: 2005. When You Hear Lou, You've Heard It All, Live released: 2005. Love Songs released: 2005. Christmas Is the Time released: 2005. All Things in Time released: 1976. Bring It on Home released: 1970. You've Made Me So Very Happy released: 1970. In Person released: 1970. The Way It Was: The Way It Is released: 1969. You're Good for Me released: 1968. Can You Dig It. Take Me for What I Am. Win Your Love.
Sam’s track keeps the gospel flavor and the call-and-response vocals, but swaps Brown’s vaguely spiritual lyrics for a decidedly secular love story. com/watch?v KFaNWqk tWU. Bring It On Home To Me was recorded at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California in April 1962 and released as a single just two weeks later
Features Song Lyrics for Lou Rawls's Lou Rawls - Anthology album. Album: Lou Rawls - Anthology. 0. 1. (They Call It) Stormy Monday (Live). Dead End Street (Monologue). 5. The Shadow of Your Smile (Live).
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