Posts Tagged ‘Soul Music’

Why Don’t You Care

June 5, 2022

“Why Don’t You Care,” written by Billy Young, and recorded by him sometime 1964-1968.

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I’ve Been So Lonely

June 4, 2022

“I’ve Been So Lonely,” written by George Khoury and Huey Thierry, recorded by Cookie and his Cupcakes, 1963.

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Nothing’s Too Much (Nothing’s Too Good)

May 29, 2022

“Nothing’s Too Much (Nothing’s Too Good),” written and recorded by Billy Young, 1967. Produced by Otis Redding.

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Soulful Dress

May 28, 2022

“Soulful Dress,” written by Maurice McAllister and Terry Vail, recorded by Sugar Pie DeSanto, 1964.

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Have Pity On Me

May 21, 2022

“Have Pity On Me,” written by Tommy Roe (yes, really), recorded by Billy Young, 1967.

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You’re Too Much

May 21, 2022

“You’re Too Much,” written by Otis Redding, Billy Young, and Alan Walden, recorded by Billy Young, 1967.

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Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing

May 14, 2022

“Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing,” written by Oliver Sain, recorded by Fontella Bass and Bobby McClure, 1965.

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Feed The Flame

April 30, 2022

“Feed The Flame,” written by Spooner Oldham, recorded by Billy Young, sometime 1964-1968.

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How Can I Put out the Flame

April 23, 2022

“How Can I Put out the Flame (When You Keep the Fire Burning),” written by George Jackson and Raymond Moore, recorded by Candi Staton, 1970.

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Only Time Will Tell

April 3, 2022

“Only Time Will Tell,” written by Maurice McAllister and Terry Vail, recorded by Etta James, 1965.

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