In The Midnight Hour is a jazz related rnb music album recording by WILSON PICKETT released in 1965 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. In The Midnight Hour Flashback - Rhino 1997.
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In the Midnight Hour" is a song originally performed by Wilson Pickett in 1965 and released on his 1965 album of the same name, also appearing on the 1966 album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. The song was composed by Pickett and Steve Cropper at the historic Lorraine Motel in Memphis where Martin Luther King, Jr. would later be assassinated in April 1968. Pickett's first hit on Atlantic Records, it reached number one on the R&B charts and peaked at number 21 on the pop charts.
In The Midnight Hour (1965) contains his first four Atlantic singles, featuring the huge million-selling title track, Pickett’s first R&B 1 and his eternal signature tune, recorded with Jerry Wexler and the MGs. The album also includes some of his earlier tracks from 1962 onwards, including three songs with The Falcons as well as two duets with Tami Lynn, produced by Bert Berns. The Exciting Wilson Pickett (1966) contains his second and third R&B 1s: Land Of 1000 Dances (also Pop 6), and 634-5789. Ninety Nine And A Half (Won’t Do) also reached R&B 13. The booklet.
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In the Midnight Hour. Produced by Jim Stewart & Jerry Wexler. Album In the Midnight Hour. In the Midnight Hour Lyrics. I'm gonna wait 'till the midnight hour That's when my love comes tumbling down I'm gonna wait 'till the midnight hour When there's no one else around. I'm gonna take you, girl, and hold you And do all the things I told you In the midnight hour Yes I am, oh, yes I am One more thing I just want to say right here. Also appeared on the 1966 album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. It was composed by Pickett and Steve Cropper at the historic Lorraine Motel in Memphis where Martin Luther King, Jr. would later be murdered in April 1968. The song has become a 1960s soul standard, and placed at on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All-Time. It is also one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. Your browser does not support the audio element.
Album · 1965 · 12 Songs. The Very Best of Wilson Pickett. The Exciting Wilson Pickett.