Sam Cooke - Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 album
Title: Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964
Style: Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Gospel, Cha-Cha
Date of release: 2003
Size MP3: 1947 mb
Size FLAC: 1521 mb
Format: AHX FLAC MOD AIFF WMA AU MPC
Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964. Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 eclipses RCA's early-'80s The Man and His Music, going it better in running time but losing some important recordings - "That's Heaven to Me" and "Soothe Me," arguably one of Cooke's most important songs - in the process of summing up his career
Pretty much all the Sam Cooke most people need (and people DO need some Sam Cooke), this attractive package draws from Cooke's Specialty, Keen and RCA Victor recordings, all 30 of them hits or especially significant. The liner notes, by Cooke biographer Peter Guralnick, provide a lot of information in relatively little space, and there's even a list of musicians on most of the RCA sessions. I couldn't recommend this collection more.
Portrait of a Legend: 1951–1964. Portrait of a Legend: 1951–1964 is a compilation album by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released posthumously on June 17, 2003 by ABKCO Records. The disc covers Cooke's entire career, from his early 1950s beginnings with the Soul Stirrers to the posthumous 1964 single "Shake"
Sam Cooke - Nothing Can Change This Love (02:37, 320Kb/s). Sam Cooke - Sugar Dumpling (02:45, 320Kb/s). Sam Cooke - Shake (02:54, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: 30 Greatest Hits: Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 (2016).
Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964. HISTORIC PERFORMANCE. Its not possible to enter the url of a release group.
Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ Sam Cooke, and Album has highlight a R&B, Religious sound. It was released/out on 2003 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album. The Album features coordinated efforts with makers, producers and guest artists and is noted for Sam Cooke experimentation with new melodic types. Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 was generally welcomed by critics and was designated/won distinctive awards. Sam Cooke's 2003 new Album 'Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964'.
Sam Cooke's yours; he'll never grow ol. The cruel double-truth of this statement, muttered by soul DJ The Magnificent Montague in concluding a 1964 interview with the singer, would quickly become all too apparent with Cooke's untimely death two weeks before Christmas. Now, if Otis Redding's death was a tragedy; Sam Cooke's was doubly so. Like Redding, Sam Cooke was a superstar when he died. Unlike Redding, the legend of Cooke' wasn't
Track 31 "8 Bars Of Soul" is an unlisted track comprising of Sam Cooke being interviewed and singing 8 Bars of Soul music. All songs published by ABKCO Music Inc. except 2 ABKCO Music Inc. & Sony/ATV Songs LLC (ATV Venice), 5 Universal Duchess Music Corp. 9 Big Billy Music Co and Sony/ATV Songs LLC (ATV Venice), 15 George Gershwin Music, Dubose & Dorothy Heyward Memorial Fund Publishing, Ira Gershwin Music, all rights administered by WB Music Copr. 16 Hoochie Coochie Music, 24 Sony/ATV Acuff.
Еще альбомы Sam Cooke. Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964. Playlist: The Very Best of Sam Cooke. Legenden des Soul: Sam Cooke.
|1||Touch The Hem Of His Garment||2:01|
|3||You Send Me||2:43|
|5||(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons||2:38|
|6||Just For You||2:19|
|7||Win Your Love For Me||2:46|
|8||Everybody Loves To Cha Cha Cha||2:45|
|9||I'll Come Running Back To You||2:13|
|10||You Were Made For Me||2:53|
|13||(What A) Wonderful World||2:05|
|16||Little Red Rooster||2:52|
|17||Bring It On Home To Me||2:42|
|18||Nothing Can Change This Love||2:37|
|20||(Ain't That) Good News||2:28|
|21||Meet Me At Mary's Place||2:41|
|22||Twistin' The Night Away||2:41|
|25||Another Saturday Night||2:40|
|27||Having A Party||2:35|
|28||That's Where It's At||2:35|
|29||A Change Is Gonna Come||3:11|
|30||Jesus Gave Me Water||2:29|
- Copyright (c) – ABKCO Records
- Manufactured By – ABKCO Records
- Art Direction – Alisa Coleman-Ritz, Iris W. Keitel
- Cover, Illustration – Angelo Tillery
- Engineer [Assistant] – Ben Bailes, Matt Boynton, Tom Camuso
- Engineer [DSD Assistant] – Hiroyuki Komuro
- Engineer [DSD] – Gus Skinas
- Engineer [Sound Restoration] – Steve Rosenthal
- Liner Notes – Peter Guralnick
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mastered By [Analog To Digital Transfers] – Mick Gochanour, Rick Essig, Teri Landi
- Reissue Producer – Jody H. Klein, Teri Landi
- Research [Session Research] – Maria Papazahariou
NotesTrack 31 is an uncredited interview excerpt.
© 2003 ABKCO Records. Printed in USA
Abkco utilized Direct Stream Digital (DSD) Encoding, the same that's used for SACD, but this version is NOT an SACD.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 18771 92642 9
- Barcode (Scanned): 018771926429
- Matrix / Runout: DIDX-148357 2
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|92642||Sam Cooke||Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 (CD, Comp)||ABKCO||92642||US||2003|
|060249807446||Sam Cooke||Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 (SACD, Hybrid, Comp)||ABKCO||060249807446||Europe||2003|
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|9872418||Sam Cooke||Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964 (CD, Comp)||ABKCO||9872418||UK & Europe||2003|