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Various ‎– This Is Soul - VG+ Lp Record 1968 Atlantic USA Vinyl - Soul / Funk

Various ‎– This Is Soul - VG+ Lp Record 1968 Atlantic USA Vinyl - Soul / Funk

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Various ‎– This Is Soul

Label:
Atlantic ‎– SD 8170
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo
Country:
US
Released:
1968
Genre:
Funk / Soul
Style:
Soul

 Tracklist 

A1 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
Written-By – Ronny Shannon*
2:47
A2 Wilson Pickett Land Of 1000 Dances
Written-By – Chris Kenner, Antoine (Fats) Domino*
2:23
A3 Joe Tex Hold What You've Got
Written-By – Joe Tex
3:07
A4 Arthur Conley Sweet Soul Music
Written-By – Arthur Conley, Otis Redding
2:20
A5 Esther Phillips Release Me
Written-By – Eddie Miller (3), William S. Stevenson*
3:16
A6 The Capitols Cool Jerk
Written-By – Donald Storball
2:34
B1 Percy Sledge When A Man Loves A Woman
Written-By – Andrew Wright (4), Calvin Lewis
2:55
B2 Solomon Burke If You Need Me
Written-By – Robert Bateman, Sonny Sanders, Wilson Pickett
2:30
B3 Ray Charles What'd I Say
Written-By – Ray Charles
6:25
B4 Don Covay Mercy, Mercy
Written-By – Don Covay, Horace Ott
2:21
B5 Ben E. King Spanish Harlem
Written-By – Jerry Leiber, Phil Spector
2:54
B6 The Drifters On Broadway
Written-By – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
3:05

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Published By – 14th Hour
  • Published By – Cotillion
  • Published By – Tune-Kel
  • Published By – Anatole
  • Published By – Tree (2)
  • Published By – Redwal
  • Published By – Time (9)
  • Published By – Four Star Sales
  • Published By – McLaughlin
  • Published By – Quinvy (3)
  • Published By – Progressive (3)
  • Published By – Vonglo
  • Published By – Trio (8)
  • Published By – Screen Gems-Columbia

Credits

  • Cover, Design – Loring Eutemey
  • Liner Notes – Bob Rolontz