Posts Tagged ‘James Carr’

To Love Somebody

February 14, 2021

“To Love Somebody,” written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb, recorded by James Carr, 1969.

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A Man Needs a Woman

January 3, 2021

“A Man Needs a Woman,” written by O. B. McClinton, recorded by James Carr, 1968.

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Pouring Water On A Drowning Man

June 8, 2019

“Pouring Water On A Drowning Man,” written by Drew Baker and Danny McCormick, recorded by James Carr, 1966.

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I Don’t Want To Be Hurt Anymore

April 28, 2019

“I Don’t Want To Be Hurt Anymore,” written by Dolly Greer, recorded by James Carr, 1967.

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You Got My Mind Messed Up

April 27, 2019

“You Got My Mind Messed Up,” written by O.B. McClinton, recorded by James Carr, 1967.

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These Ain’t Raindrops

November 17, 2018

“These Ain’t Raindrops,” written by Quinton Claunch, recorded by James Carr in 1967.

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The Dark End of the Street

February 13, 2015

“The Dark End of the Street,” written by Dan Penn and Chips Moman, performed live by Richard and Linda Thompson at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on April 25, 1975. Two voices and a guitar.

The song was first recorded in 1966 by James Carr:

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