Thursday, August 11, 2011

Aaron Neville - Tell It Like It Is

1967 LP Like It Is (US Minit LP-40007)

01. Aaron Neville - Over You
02. Aaron Neville - Get Out Of My Life
03. Aaron Neville - I Found Another Love
04. Aaron Neville - Don't Cry
05. Aaron Neville - Sweet Little Mama
06. Aaron Neville - Waiting At The Station
07. Aaron Neville - How Many Times
08. Aaron Neville - Let's Live
09. Aaron Neville - Every Day
10. Aaron Neville - Reality
11. Aaron Neville - Wrong Number (I Am Sorry, Goodbye)
12. Aaron Neville - How Can I Help But Love You

1966 LP Tell It Like It Is (US Parlo P-1)

01. Aaron Neville - Tell It Like It Is
02. Aaron Neville - Why Worry
03. Aaron Neville - She Took You For A Ride
04. Aaron Neville - A Hard Nut to Crack
05. Aaron Neville - You Think You're So Smart
06. Aaron Neville - Jailhouse
07. Aaron Neville - Bet You're Surprised [Instrumental]
08. Aaron Neville - Love, Love, Love
09. Aaron Neville - Since You're Gone
10. Aaron Neville - Space Man
11. Aaron Neville - Hold on, Help Is on the Way [Instrumental]

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Although Aaron Neville is often compared to singer Sam Cooke in terms of sheer vocal refinement, he has a voice and style uniquely his own. He is well known as part of the New Orleans sound of the Neville Brothers. Yet, aside from the 1967 number one R&B hit "Tell It Like It Is," few have heard his incredible early solo recordings. Many of the first recordings of Neville, in the early and mid-'60s, were arranged, produced, and often written by the brilliant Allen Toussaint -- another talent only later being really appreciated. Most of these sides were cut for the Minit and, later, Parlo labels. Songs like "She Took You for a Ride" and "You Think You're So Smart" on Parlo are masterpieces. While his more recent work, including that with Linda Ronstadt, makes for pleasant listening, it lacks the sheer persuasion of his early songs. Neville has re-recorded his early work often, and it is important to hear the originals. The early sides are just waiting to be heard. (by Michael Erlewine)

2 berichten:

patsoul said...

2 great posts as usual. Many thanks.

patsoul said...

I'm searchin 3 Lp's I can't find, if you can help me?
1) Joey Dee - Same on Roulette
2) Sonny Knight - If you want this love on Aura
3) Clyde McPhatter - Songs of big city on Mercury
If you have or can find only one of them I'll be really happy.

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