Box Tops - Soul Deep mp3 flac
- Album: Soul Deep
- MP3: 1724 mb | FLAC: 1172 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Soul, Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Soul Deep" is a song by The Box Tops. It was the third of three singles released from their 1969 Dimensions LP. Lead vocals were provided by Alex Chilton. The earliest version had been recorded by Robbie Lane and the Disciples in 1966, later included on compilation LPs, including Backtrax in 1993. The Box Tops' song became an international Top 40 hit, charting modestly at in the UK and in the . It reached the Top 10 in Australia ( and in Canada (.
Best Of The Box Tops-Soul Deep (LP, Comp, RE, 180). The Box Tops were a product of their time, and living outside of Philadelphia, it was easy for me to relate to nearly everything these songs were involved in, even the train car pictured on the front of the album. Fourteen of the eighteen numbers found here stand the test of time, and represent the best of pop culture from the 60’s in all of its glory, and silliness.
Soul Deep is a vastly preferable way to hear the Box Tops' best moments, and it proves that when they were handed the right songs, they were an excellent pop-oriented blue-eyed soul group, easily ranking with the more renowned Righteous Brothers or Rascals. Like the latter group, they flirted with psychedelia on some of their poppier numbers (most notably "Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March"), which contrasts sharply with the occasional return to down-home, rootsy soul.
Features Song Lyrics for The Box Tops's Best O. .Soul Deep - Digitally Remastered: 1996 Lyrics. 5. I Met Her In Church - Digitally Remastered: 1996 Lyrics.
The Box Tops were a Memphis rock group from the 1960s. They are best known for the hits "The Letter", "Cry Like a Baby", and "Soul Deep" and are considered a major blue-eyed soul group of the period. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Best of the Box Tops: Soul Deep Album.
She Shot A Hole In My Soul lyrics. 8. Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March lyrics.
Lyrics to "Soul Deep" song by The Box Tops: Darlin' I don't know much I know I love you so much My life depends on your touch And my love is .All I ever ever hope to be Depends on your love for me Baby believe me, if you should leave me I'd be nothing but an empty shell I know darn well, I can tell now. I don't know much But I know I love you so much My life depends on your touch
Box Tops-Soul Deep guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. BRIDGE: D Bm All I ever ever hope to be G A Depends on your love for me D Bm Baby believe me if you should leave me G C D I'd be nothing but an empty shell D I know darn well, I can tell now. First verse chorus.
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Producer – Chips Moman, Tommy CogbillWritten-By – Wayne Carson Thompson
|B||Choo Choo Train
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Fritts*, Hinton*
- Distributed By – Arista Records, Inc.
- Published By – Earl Barton Music – Side A
- Published By – Ruler Music – Side B
- Published By – Mulj Music Co. – Side B
NotesOriginal Mala Records recordings
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 9207S Bell Sound
- Matrix / Runout: 8634 Bell Sound
|MALA 12,040||The Box Tops*||Soul Deep (7", Single, Bes)||Mala||MALA 12,040||US||1969|
|BLL 1068||The Box Tops*||Soul Deep (7", Single)||Bell Records||BLL 1068||Sweden||1969|
|5C 006-90422 M, 5C 006.90422 M||The Box Tops*||Soul Deep (7", Single)||Stateside, Stateside||5C 006-90422 M, 5C 006.90422 M||Netherlands||1969|
|12 040||The Box Tops*||Soul Deep / (The) Happy Song (7", Single, Promo)||Bell Records||12 040||Germany||1969|
|12,040||The Box Tops*||Soul Deep (7", Single, Mon)||Mala||12,040||US||1969|