Patti Drew - I've Been Here All The Time mp3 album
I've Been Here All the Time. 25. Tell Him. The Drew-Vels.
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Patti Drew, a homegirl from the Chicago suburbs, on her first solo outing which includes the massive hit Tell Him, plus a bunch of other sweet 60s soul cuts. 2:52 B3 Someone to Take Your Place 3:25 B4 Been Rained On 2:38 B5 You’ve Changed 3:25. Patti Drew’s 1967 debut album Tell Him may actually be her least consistent, containing as it does 3 covers of Southern soul staples.
I've been here before But always hit the floor I've spent a lifetime runnin' And I always get away But with you I'm feeling something That makes me want to stay I'm prepared for this I never shoot to miss But I feel like a storm is coming If I'm gonna make it through the day. Then there's no more use in runnin' This is something I gotta face. How do I live? How do I breathe? When you're not here I'm suffocating I wanna feel love run through my blood Tell me is this where I give it all up? For you I have to risk it all Cause the writing's on the wall. If I risk it all Could you break my fall? How do I live? How do I breathe?
К Well, for the time being I've been given a tiny. apartment, but it's in a great part of town. be moving somewhere else? К That's right. I won't be living here for long. I'll be. offered a bigger place as soon as one becomes. I've been pickpocketed and mugged. I've met a lot of really great people. He's been to Vietnam and Japan.
I've Been Here All the Time.
Patti has fronted two moderately successful groups Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles and LaBelle, before rising to superstardom as a solo artist in the late 1970s. She is best known for her strong soprano vocals and her signature high-octave vocal belting.
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|A1||I've Been Here All The Time
Written By – A. Badale-F. H. Stanton-M. SemosWritten-By – A. Badale*, F. H. Stanton*, M. Semos*
Written By – J. Davenport-E. CooleyWritten-By – E. Cooley*, J. Davenport*
|A3||Just Can't Forget About You
Written By – Gamble- J. Butler-B. ButlerWritten-By – B. Butler*, J. Butler*, Gamble*
|A4||A Guy Like You
Written By – F. Cavaliere-E. BrigatiWritten-By – E. Brigati*, F. Cavaliere*
Written By – A. Wayne-Raymond JonesWritten-By – A. Wayne*, Raymond Jones
|A6||Hard To Handle
Written By – O. Redding-A. Isbell-A. JonesWritten-By – A. Jones*, A. Isbell*, O. Redding*
|B1||Save The Last Dance For Me
Written By – D. Pomus-M. ShumanWritten-By – D. Pomus*, M. Shuman*
|B2||I, Who Have Nothing
Written By – Lieber-Stoller-C. Donita-MogolWritten-By – C. Donita*, Lieber-Stoller*, Mogol
Written-By – Lou Josie
|B4||The Love That A Woman Should Give To A Man
Written-By – Andy Badale
|B5||What The World Needs Now
Written-By – B. Bacharach-H.David*
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
- Arranged By, Conductor – Phil Wright
- Photography By [Cover] – Stan Malinowski
NotesPressed by Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles per stamped ✲ in runout grooves.
Produced by Carone Productions, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): ST1-156
- Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): ST2-156
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side A): ST-1-156-H-3
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, etched, side B): ST-2-156-H-3
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, sides A & B): ✲
|ST-156||Patti Drew||I've Been Here All The Time (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-156||Canada||1969|