Earl Gaines - Hymn Number 5 / If You Want What I Got download mp3 album
Hymn Number 5 Written-By – James. B. If You Want What I Got Written-By – Ted Jarrett. Producer – Allen Orange. Category Artist 77-131 Earl Gaines. Hymn Number 5 (7", Single, Seventy Seven. Category Country Year.
Got LIVE If You Want It! is the first live album by British rock band The Rolling Stones. It was released in the US in late 1966. It was also released as Have You Seen Your Mother LIVE! on Decca in England but for export only; it was not released in the UK under this alternate title
I Got to Love Somebody's Baby. Earl Gaines (August 19, 1935 – December 31, 2009) was an American rhythm & blues singer. In the latter capacity he had minor success with "The Best of Luck to You" (1966) and "Hymn Number 5" (1973). Noted as the best R&B singer from Nashville, Gaines was also known for his lengthy career.
Album · 2010 · 10 Songs. Blues Masters: Earl Gaines. Don't Take My Kindness for a Weakness. Earl Gaines Selected Hits.
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Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Rolling Stones. The song list on the autumn 1966 UK package tour was too short to make a full album. Consequently studio recordings with overdubbed live audience were added, I’ve Been Loving You Too Long and Fortune Teller, from 1965 and 1963 respectively.
I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got became Sinéad O'Connor's popular breakthrough on the strength of the stunning Prince cover "Nothing Compares 2 U," which topped the pop charts for a month. But even its remarkable intimacy wasn't adequate preparation for the harrowing confessionals that composed the majority of the album.
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|77-131||Earl Gaines||Hymn Number 5 / If You Want What I Got (7")||Seventy Seven Records||77-131||US||1973|
|77-131||Earl Gaines||Hymn Number 5 (7", Single, Promo)||Seventy Seven Records||77-131||US||1973|