You Didnt Know It But You Had Me - James Carr - The Essential James Carr (CD)


Download You Didnt Know It But You Had Me - James Carr - The Essential James Carr (CD)
1995
Label: Razor & Tie - RE 2060 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul


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4 Thoughts to “ You Didnt Know It But You Had Me - James Carr - The Essential James Carr (CD) ”

  1. JoJoramar
    James Carr ‎– The Essential James Carr Label: Razor & Tie ‎– RE You Didn't Know It But You Had Me Written-By – D. Greer*, G. Jackson* 4: sung as a duet between James Carr and a woman named Betty CD housed in a standard jewel case with black tray and a page booklet/5(11).
  2. Arashile
    You've Got My Mind Messed Up: I'm A Fool For You: You Didn't Know It But You Had Me: The Dark End Of The Street: Lovable Girl: Stronger Than Love: I Gotta Go: Love Attack: You Don't Want Me: A Man Needs A Woman: Coming Back To Me Baby: Forgetting You: Pouring Water On A Drowning Man: These Ain't Raindrops: Freedom Train: What Can I Call My Own /5(10).
  3. Malmaran
    The title above, sadly, is an apt summation of the career of James Carr. You may know of his legend: he's probably the least accomplished singer, in terms of overall career earnings and recognition, that you'll ever hear mentioned as being the greatest soul singer of them all. But you hear this reference to Carr over and over again/5(14).
  4. Dur
    When the soul era of the mid-'60s was in full bloom, for a period of three years James Carr was the maker of some of its mightiest music. His warm, soulful voice could make the reading of virtually anything he touched (even his version here of the Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody") a transcendent event. He is also the mystery man of the genre, unlettered and imbued with an almost childlike 10/

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