Wilson Pickett - The Best Part Of A Man album FLAC
The best album by Wilson Pickett is The Exciting Wilson Pickett which is ranked number 5,175 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 328. Wilson Pickett is ranked number 2,008 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 692. Product Details. The Best Of Wilson Pickett G+, VG+ VINYL LP JACKET IN SHRINK 1967 PRESSING. Wilson pickett, 60s soul lp, the sound of, atlantic label. Wilson Pickett - The Best Of Wilson Pickett - Vinyl Lp 1969 Atlantic SD 8151.
Pickett then teamed up with established Philadelphia-based hitmakers Gamble and Huff for the 1970 album Wilson Pickett in Philadelphia, which featured his next two hit singles, "Engine No. 9" and "Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You", the latter selling one million copies. Wilson Pickett with Pino Presti during the European tour in 1970. The Best Part of a Man" b/w "How Will I Ever Know". 26. – Chocolate Mountain.
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Wilson Pickett was one of the most consistently strong performers of the great soul era of the 1960's, but like most R&B artists of the period he was strongest in his singles, not his albums, and while he cut some fine long-players in his day, a quality compilation is still the best place to get started with The Wicked. stellar performances from Pickett's glory days (including three recordings from his early group The Falcons).
Written-By – Darryl Horn, Rick Bowen, Donna Bowen.
A1 Soul Dance Number Three 2:38 A2 Funky Broadway 3:33 A3 I Need A Lot Of Loving Every Day 2:20 A4 I Found A Love, Part I 2:30 A5 I Found A Love, Part II 2:59 A6 You Can't Stand Alone 2:47 B1 Mojo Mamma 1:59 B2. I Found The One 2:30 B3 Something Within Me 3:40 B4 I'm Sorry About That 3:03 B5 Love Is A Beautiful Thing 2:12.
Pickett was born March 18, 1941 in Prattville, Alabama and grew up singing in Baptist church choirs. He was the fourth of 11 children and called his mother "the baddest woman in my book," telling historian Gerri Hirshey: "I get scared of her now. She used to hit me with anything, skillets, stove wood - (one time I ran away and) cried for a week. Stayed in the woods, me and my little do. Pickett eventually left to live with his father in Detroit in 1955. Rise to stardom: In The Midnight Hour (1965)
Wrong album? Let us know. Expand player Collapse player. BEST OF WILSON PICKETT 2 Vinyl Record. For a limited time only. One of the most popular singers of the '60s, Wilson Pickett helped introduce the aggressive, rhythmic style of soul music. Aided immeasurably by the excellent studio bands backing him at the Stax Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, and the Fame Studio in Muscle Shoals Alabama, Pickett scored a series of timeless R&B; and pop hits throughout his substantial career . I DON'T WANT NO PART TIME LOVE: EARLY YEARS OF THE Vinyl Record.
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|A||The Best Part Of A Man
Written-By – Reid*, Clarke*
|B||How Will I Ever Know
Written-By – Shapiro*, Goulten, Pickett*
- Distributed By – T.K. Productions, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wicked Records
- Published By – Sherlyn Pub. Co.
- Published By – Erva Publishing Co.
- Lacquer Cut At – Sterling Sound
- Lacquer Cut By – Bob Ludwig
- Producer – Brad Shapiro
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- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched, stamped): WRS 8101-A STERLING RL
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): WRS 8101-B
|8101||Wilson Pickett||The Best Part Of A Man (7", Promo)||Wicked Records||8101||US||1975|
|8101||Wilson Pickett||The Best Part Of A Man (7")||Wicked Records||8101||US||1975|