Carla Thomas - Let Me Be Good To You / Another Night Without My Man album download
|Let Me Be Good To You||2:40|
|Another Night Without My Man||3:03|
|S -188||Carla Thomas||Let Me Be Good To You / Another Night Without My Man (7")||Stax||S -188||US||1966|
|45-188||Carla Thomas||Let Me Be Good To You / Another Night Without My Man (7")||Stax||45-188||US||1966|
|584011||Carla Thomas||Let Me Be Good To You (7", Single)||Atlantic||584011||UK||1966|
Carla Thomas, vocals; and others. Nashville, TN, September 4, 1962. I'll Bring It On Home To You. Booker T. Jones, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Lewis Steinberg, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums. Another Night Without My Man. 9619. I Got My Mojo Working. Let Me Be Good To You. 12564.
Another Night Without My Man Carla Thomas. Gee Whiz, Look At His Eyes Carla Thomas. Something Good (Is Going To Happen To You) Carla Thomas. A Woman's Love Carla Thomas. Gee Whiz, It's Christmas Carla Thomas. Love Means You Never Have To Say You're Sorry Carla Thomas. What The World Needs Now Carla Thomas. Let It Be Me Carla Thomas.
Carla Venita Thomas (born December 21, 1942) is an American singer, who is often referred to as the Queen of Memphis Soul. She is the daughter of Rufus Thomas. This opportunity with the Teen Town Singers did not come without its drawbacks though. – "Let Me Be Good To You".
Produced by Jim Stewart. Album The Queen Alone. Something Good (Is Going To Happen To You) Lyrics. Oh, oh, oh, yeah I'm gonna love you right Morning, noon and night Love you when you call 'Cause you deserve it all. Oh, that's why Something (something) Oh, good's gonna happen to you Yes, it is Something (something) Good's gonna happen to you I'm gonna make it.
English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Lou Rawls – Let Me Be Good To You. Selo: Epic – 4. 93.
In the glorious decade and a half of sound that was Stax in the '60s and early '70s, Carla Thomas was the Queen of Memphis Soul. Shortly thereafter Satellite became Stax, and Carla proceeded to claw her way onto the national charts another 22 times with such immortal slices of soul as her answer song to Sam Cooke, "I'll Bring It on Home to You," as well as "Let Me Be Good to You," "B-A-B-Y," "Tramp" (with Otis Redding), and "I Like What.
Let Me Be Good To You. 2:42. Carla Thomas recorded several great albums for the legendary Stax label throughout the sixties, but this one may be her best (with 'The Queen Alone' following close behind). Originally issued in 1966 as Stax 709, this Collectables reissue is the rare STEREO mix that was passed over in favor of the mono version when it was re-released by Rhino in 1994.