Charles Wright - Mr. Soul mp3 album
Soul is the eleventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. Produced by Hugo & Luigi, the album was released in February 1963 in the United States by RCA Victor. The album was remastered in 2011 as a part of The RCA Albums Collection. All songs arranged and conducted by Horace Ott, except "Nothing Can Change This Love" conducted by René Hall. Side one. "I Wish You Love" (Léo Chauliac, Charles Trenet, Albert Beach) – 2:24. Willow Weep for Me" (Ann Ronell) – 2:26.
Charles Wright (born in 1940 in Clarksdale, Mississippi) & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band is a pioneering funk band. Active since the 1960s and most popular during the 1970s, the band had a number of Top 20 R&B hits, such as "Do Your Thing" ( Pop, R&B), "Till You Get Enough" ( R&B, Pop), and "Love Land" (R&B Pop but are best known for their biggest. hit, 1970's "Express Yourself" ( R&B, Pop), released on Warner Bros. Records and was later sampled in the .
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The Soul Runners, Charles Wright & the Wright Sounds, The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, Charles Wright. Los Angeles, California, . Second Watts 103rd Band. In 1966, Carmichael and Wright were both working as session players for the Nashville West recording studio. Wright generally disavows this album as a true Watts 103rd project, preferring to describe the second album, Together as the "first" Watts 103rd LP. Third Watts 103rd Band. When Cosby went on tour, Wright was put in charge with creating a Watts 103rd touring band which included both the musicians he had just recorded Hot Heat with but also added in the Wright Sounds as well.
Charles Wright, who was born in 1940 in Clarksdale, Mississippi, was a singer, pianist, guitarist, songwriter and leader of the successful eight-member Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, which had been recruited from Watts in Los Angeles. His early experience came from working in "Strip Joints" playing Rock and Roll music, jamming with the greats of the Stan Kenton Band and touring with The Tab Smith Orchestra, the latter is probably the reason for his lyrical sound
Excellent soul album, somewhat overlooked by fans of this genre, because it was created by an artist associated only with the blues scene. His version of Hey Girl is one of the best ever. A hard-to-find Blue Note album from soul jazz piano master Gene Harris! 1971’s Gene Harris/The Three Sounds is easily one of the hippest and funkiest records Harris made with his group the Three Sounds. The album was a successful and seamless marriage disparate genres. Soul and funk rubbed shoulders with samba and Baião. There’s even hints of easy listening and soul.
|A1||–Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band||Express Yourself|
|A2||–Charles Wright||What Can You Bring Me?|
|A3||–Charles Wright||You Gotta Know Whatcha Doin'|
|A4||–Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band||Do Your Thing|
|A5||–Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band||Express Yourself II|
|B1||–Charles Wright||Soul Train|
|B2||–Charles Wright||You're So Beautiful|
|B3||–Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band||Loveland|
|B4||–Charles Wright||Run Jody Run|