Download links and information about Soul Galore by Jackie Wilson. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:07 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul|
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|1.||Brand New Thing, Pt. 1||2:45|
|2.||3 Days 1 Hour 30 Minutes||2:04|
|3.||I Gotta Get Back (Country Boy)||2:59|
|4.||So You Say You Wanna Dance (Workout #2)||2:25|
|6.||Let Me Build||2:46|
|7.||Brand New Thing, Pt. 2||2:47|
|9.||What's Done In the Dark (Will One Day Come to Light)||3:05|
|10.||I Got My Mind Made Up||2:04|
|11.||Everything's Gonna Be Fine||2:36|
|12.||Your Loss, My Gain||2:39|
A connoisseurs' package of 24 Jackie Wilson sides, and an indispensable treat, because other than the obvious hit, "Whispers (Getting Louder)," the rest were chosen with no regard to chart action or popularity, though many did chart R&B. Some of these will be new to you if you didn't purchase any of the many albums Brunswick Records flung on the market by Wilson. Check his version of the Holland, Dozier, Holland's hit on the Supremes, "You Keep Me Hanging On." If Brunswick hadn't held Wilson under contract you would have got a taste of the artist cutting HDH tunes at Motown, but Wilson's management never let it happened, for Wilson signing with Brunswick was akin to joining a gang — blood in, blood out. His version of "Love Uprising" — also recorded by Otis Leavil and the Chi-lites — is the best, ditto for "You Got Me Walking," also done (unreleased when recorded) by Cicero Blake, and a rip snortin' rendition of Darrell Banks' "Open the Door to Your Heart." The CD also contains some nice mid-tempo as well as some grittier sounds from the talented singer/entertainer whose career suffered from some horrific circumstances that he couldn't get out from under.