The discography of Sam Cooke, an African-American recording artist, singer-songwriter and entrepreneur, consists of fifteen studio albums (including one collaborative album and two notable posthumous releases), two live albums, and numerous compilations. Over the course of his eight-year career, Cooke placed 29 singles in the Top 40 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart. He also placed 20 singles in the Top Ten of Billboard's R&B chart, Black Singles chart.
Artist: Sam Cooke Album: Greatest Hits Genre: Rhythm & Blues, Pop-Soul Origin: USA Label: RCA Records, BMG Entertainment Released: 1998 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. You Send Me 02. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons 03. You Were Made For Me 04. Win Your Love For Me 05. Love You Most Of All 06. Everybody Loves To Cha Cha Cha 07. Only Sixteen 08. Wonderful World 09. Chain Gang 10. Sad Mood 11. That's It, I Quit, I'm Movin' On 12. Cupid 13. Twistin' The Night Away 14. Having A Party 15. Bring It On Home To Me 16. Sugar Dumpling 17. Nothing C. .
Sam Cooke играет в жанрах: R'n'B, Hip-Hop/Rap, Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Alternative, Pop, Easy Listening, Instrumental, Karaoke, Jazz, Gospel, Rock, Singer/Songwriter, World/Folk, Punk, Blues. Слушать лучшие песни Sam Cooke. 2 Wonderful World, video. 28. That's Where It's At, Portrait of a Legend (Remastered). 30. Somebody Have Mercy, Greatest Hits. 31. Jesus Gave Me Water, The Two Sides of Sam Cooke. 38. Send Me Some Lovin', Greatest Hits.
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That’s It, I Quit, I’m Movin’ On. If what Sam Cooke was singing about was on a reality show, it would make for good TV. Outside of that, this song from the 1962 album Twistin’ The Night Away is one everybody whose tried everything to make a relationship work can relate to. 7. (What A) Wonderful World. He may not have the highest GPA and maybe his French teacher wouldn't appreciate how little he knows, but what Sam Cooke does know for sure is how much he loves this woman. Even if you don't know who Sam Cooke is, you know this popular song. 6. Bring It On Home to Me.
I'll give you jewelry and money, too That ain't all, that ain't all I'll do for you. Baby if you (Oh), bring it to me Bring your sweet loving Bring it on home to me Yeah (yeah) yeah (yeah) yeah (yeah). You know I'll always be your slave 'Till I'm buried, buried in my grave. Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 Sam Cooke. 1. Feel It (Don’t Fight It). 2. Chain Gang. 4. Medley: It’s All Right, For Sentimental Reasons. 5. Twistin’ the Night Away. Somebody Have Mercy.
In 1962, Cooke issued Twistin' the Night Away, a somewhat belated "twist" album that became one of his biggest-selling LPs. He didn't really hit his stride as an LP artist, however, until 1963 with the release of Night Beat, a beautifully self-contained, dark, moody assembly of blues-oriented songs that were among the best and most challenging numbers that Cooke had recorded up to that time. The problem with the Copa performance was that it didn't really represent what Sam Cooke was about in full - it was Cooke at his most genial and non-confrontational, doing his safest repertory for a largely middle-aged, middle-class white audience; they responded enthusiastically, to be sure, but only to Cooke's tamest persona. In mid-1963, however, Cooke had done a show at the Harlem Square Club in Miami that had been recorded.