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I Know That Name (Ultimate Version) [Remastered]


Download links and information about I Know That Name (Ultimate Version) [Remastered] by Paul Carrack. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 54:12 minutes.

Artist: Paul Carrack
Release date: 2014
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 54:12
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No. Title Length
1. No Doubt About It (Single Remix) [Remastered] 3:43
2. I Don't Want to Hear Anymore (feat. Don Henley & Timothy B. Schmit) [Single Remix] [Remastered] 4:01
3. It Ain't Easy (To Love Somebody) [Remastered] 3:58
4. I Don't Want Your Love (I Need Your Love) [Remastered] 4:11
5. Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City (Single Remix) [Remastered] 3:42
6. Stay Awake (I'm Coming Home) [Remastered] 3:24
7. Soul to Soul (feat. London Community Gospel Choir) [Remastered] 3:48
8. Just 4 Tonite (Single Remix) [Remastered] 3:39
9. Love Is Thicker Than Water (Remastered) 3:37
10. If I Didn't Love You (Single Remix) [Remastered] 3:57
11. Who Am I? (Remastered) 4:07
12. Eyes of Blue (Remastered) 3:59
13. Am I in That Dream? (Remastered) 3:58
14. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (Remastered) 4:08



Surely, the very words I Know That Name have been uttered about Paul Carrack on more than one occasion, just as the words "I know that voice" have been said about this blue-eyed soul singer, who was the lead on hits for Ace, Squeeze, and Mike + the Mechanics. There's a friendly familiarity to the title of this, his twelfth proper studio effort, that carries over to the very sound of the album, a sound that's as soft and comfortable as a well-worn robe. The newest wrinkle for Carrack here is a slight emphasis on elastic reggae grooves, congregated toward the back stretch of the album, but other than that, I Know That Name glides by on a mellow, soulful groove that never gets too heated, nor does it ever get too cool. It's easy-rolling and even-handed, offering no surprises but plenty of comfort if you've ever been a fan of any of Carrack's work over the years.