Don Covay - "Ooh! My Soul" (The Rockin' Years) mp3 flac
- Album: "Ooh! My Soul" (The Rockin' Years)
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- Country: Denmark
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In August 1953, Lillian Claiborne sold two masters to the Gem label: "Can't You See I Love You"/"My Heart Is Yours"; they were released as the "Rainbows. These are, most probably, Serenaders masters. If so, why were they called the Rainbows? I'm not sure. It could be because she learned that Hardy and Womble were now in a group called the Rainbows. She might have renamed the group before sending the masters to Gem (which, in turn, might have influenced Hardy and Womble to use the name for their new group). It might have been pure coincidence.
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Little Richard did Ooh My Soul on SApecialty in 1958 backed with a better song True Fine Mama. That Jimi on guitar? 7 years назад.
But it can be safely assumed that it covers roughly the mid-'50s to the mid-'60s, as it reaches way back to some sides he did as a member of the Rainbows, and all the way up to "See Saw" and "Mercy, Mercy. Only a half-dozen or so of the tracks are on Razor & Tie's Mercy Mercy collection, so this goes a lot further into the roots of one of soul music's most interesting journeymen. by Gladys Knight & the Pips); and, ultimately, early quality soul in which Covay found a more distinct songwriting voice. Unfortunately, this doesn't have some good mid-'60s tracks like "Please Do Something" and "Sookie Sookie" (though those are on Mercy Mercy).
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Don Covay was one of the most overlooked soul singers and songwriters of his generation. He also provided a rich source of repertoire for British acts like Billy Fury, The Kinks, and The Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger was heavily influenced by Don’s singing and performance style). This collector’s CD presents Covay’s earliest efforts. It compiles 30 remastered tracks, including all of the singles he recorded for a variety of labels (such as Atlantic, Sue, Big-Top, Blaze, Cameo, and Columbia), between 1955 and 1962
|1||Bip Bop Bip|
|2||Switchin' In The Kitchen'|
|3||Ooh My Soul|
|5||Shake With The Shake|
|6||One Little Boy Had Money|
|8||Come On Back|
|9||The Popeye Waddle|
|1||Rockin The Mule|
|3||Believe It Or Not|
|4||Every which a-way|
|5||Hand Jive Workout|
|7||Please Don't Let Me Know|
|9||Coming Down With The Blues|
|5565||Don Covay||Ooh My Soul (The Rockin' Years) (CD, Comp)||Official||5565||Denmark||2003|