You're viewing YouTube in English. You can change this preference below. Published on Sep 11, 2017. Tracklist 1 Sweet Soul Music 2:20 2 Take Me (Just As I Am) 2:58 3 Who's Foolin' Who 2:28 4 There's A Place For Us 2:45 5 I Can't Stop (No, No, No) 2:25 6 Wholesale Love 2:16 7 I'm A Lonely Stranger 2:45 8 I'm Gonna Forget About You 2: 10 9 Let Nothing Separate Us 3:04 10 Where You Lead Me 2:25 BONUS 11 Funky Street 12 Otis Sleep On 13 Burning Fire 14 Ob La Do Ob L. .
Another subtle (but telltale) sign that More Sweet Soul was an afterthought rather than career-defining project for Conley is the lack of his own considerable and strong original material. In the instance of his previous outing, Soul Directions(1968), the artist provided a number of the better titles.
Songs start at USD . 9. Released: 31 Dec 1966. 2016 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group. More By Arthur Conley.
Sweet Soul Music" is a soul song, first released by Arthur Conley in 1967. Written by Conley and Otis Redding, it is based on the Sam Cooke song "Yeah Man" from his posthumous album Shake; the opening riff is a quote from Elmer Bernstein's score for the 1960 movie The Magnificent Seven. In the US, "Sweet Soul Music" reached the number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100 (behind "The Happening" by The Supremes), and number two on the Billboard R&B chart.
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Album: Arthur Conley (1967). Charted: 7 2. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This was originally written by Sam Cooke as "Yeah Man" and released on Shake, his first posthumous album. Conley and Otis Redding updated it as a tribute to various Soul singers More songs from Arthur Conley. More songs inspired by soul music. More songs that mention other musicians in the lyrics. More songs from 1967. Lyrics to Sweet Soul Music. The just changed the words. Babbling Babette from Tulsa OkOh yes I still have the vinyl album after all these years, I gave the single to one of my cousins decades ago. It was such an upbeat song. I haven't listened to the song in years, but I still recall hearing voices in the background like it might've been the record producer or engineer or someone at the studio.
When Arthur Conley's More Sweet Soul album was released in February 1969, it had only been a little less than a couple of years since his monster smash "Sweet Soul Music" had entered the charts. Though he'd been unable to maintain the commercial momentum of that classic soul single, the intervening period had hardly been devoid of chart success, with one of his singles ("Funky Street") making the Top Twenty, and another ("Shake, Rattle & Roll") cracking the Top Forty. He'd also participated in the 1968 single by Atlantic's short-lived soul.