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The Man Who Invented Soul

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Download links and information about The Man Who Invented Soul by Sam Cooke. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel genres. It contains 96 tracks with total duration of 04:30:14 minutes.

Artist: Sam Cooke
Release date: 2000
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel
Tracks: 96
Duration: 04:30:14
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. You Send Me 2:42
2. Summertime Pt. 1 2:21
3. For Sentimental Reasons 2:37
4. Desire Me 2:24
5. Lonely Island 2:29
6. You Were Made for Me 2:56
7. Win Your Love for Me 2:31
8. Love You Most of All 2:16
9. Everybody Loves to Cha Cha Cha 2:41
10. No One Can Take Your Place 2:19
11. Only Sixteen 2:12
12. With You 2:36
13. Crazy She Calls Me 2:32
14. I Got a Right to Sing the Blues 2:32
15. Comes Love 2:27
16. Ain't Nobody's Business 2:24
17. Little Things You Do 2:14
18. There, I've Said It Again 1:58
19. When I Fall In Love 2:42
20. Let's Go Steady Again 2:31
21. (What a) Wonderful World 2:05
22. Chain Gang 2:39
23. I Belong to Your Heart 2:17
24. Teenage Sonata 2:40
25. Love Me 2:20
26. Sad Mood 2:31
27. If I Had You (I'd Be Happy) 2:22
28. You Belong to Me 2:44
29. Sad Mood 2:37
30. Tenderness 2:19
31. That's It - I Quit - I'm Movin' On 2:36
32. Hold On 2:47
33. Cupid 2:34
34. Tenderness 2:24
35. Don't Get Around Much Any More 3:11
36. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 3:24
37. Baby Won't You Please Come Home 2:12
38. Trouble In Mind 2:58
39. Out In the Cold Again 2:23
40. Exactly Like You 2:07
41. Since I Met You Baby 3:02
42. I'm Just a Lucky So and So 3:14
43. But Not for Me 2:31
44. You're Always On My Mind 2:15
45. (Don't Fight It) Feel It 1:59
46. It's All Right 2:44
47. Twistin' the Night Away 2:39
48. One More Time 2:24
49. Don't Cry On My Shoulder 2:42
50. Somebody's Gonna Miss Me 2:45
51. Somebody Have Mercy 3:03
52. Sugar Dumpling 2:15
53. Nothin' Can Change This Love 2:14
54. Talkin' Trash 2:13
55. Movin' and Groovin' 2:53
56. Soothe Me 2:17
57. Having a Party 2:34
58. Bring It On Home to Me 2:42
59. A Whole Lotta Woman 2:31
60. I'm Gonna Forget About You 2:27
61. Nothin' Can Change This Love 2:37
62. Baby, Baby, Baby 2:27
63. Send Me Some Lovin' 2:45
64. All the Way 3:28
65. Smoke Rings 3:24
66. I Wish You Love 2:22
67. Driftin' Blues 3:16
68. Little Girl 2:34
69. Cry Me a River 2:46
70. These Foolish Things 3:59
71. Frankie and Johnnie 2:43
72. I Ain't Gonna Cheat On You No More 2:22
73. Another Saturday Night 2:43
74. Love Will Find a Way 2:15
75. Cool Train (First Stereo Release) 2:32
76. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen 3:23
77. Lost and Lookin' 2:11
78. Mean Old World 3:45
79. Please Don't Drive Me Away 2:12
80. I Lost Everything 3:23
81. Get Yourself Another Fool 4:04
82. Little Red Rooster 2:50
83. Laughin' and Clownin' 3:35
84. Trouble Blues 3:21
85. You Gotta Move 2:37
86. Fool's Paradise 2:33
87. Shake, Rattle and Roll 3:26
88. Intro / (Don't Fight It) Feel It 3:46
89. Chain Gang (Live) 3:11
90. Cupid 2:45
91. It's All Right / For Sentimental Reasons 5:13
92. Twistin' the Night Away 4:17
93. Somebody Have Mercy 7:16
94. Bring It On Home to Me 3:04
95. Nothin' Can Change This Love 3:46
96. Having a Party 5:25

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Sam Cooke's decision to shift away from The Soul Stirrers' gospel and blend R&B with pop music meant Cooke indeed "invented" soul music for the '60s. This extensive career survey starts with his early pop successes, such as "You Send Me," "For Sentimental Reasons," and select album tracks. It ends with the complete Night Beat and Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 albums. Though contractual reasons prevent "A Change Is Gonna Come" and other material from Cooke's final year of recording from being included here, there's no shortage of great songs to uncover. Quite simply, Cooke could sing anything and make it a meaningful experience. While pop hits like "Only Sixteen," "Havin' a Party," and "Twistin' the Night Away" are obvious and joyous performances, it's heartening that lesser-known cuts such as "Let's Go Steady Again," "I Lost Everything," and the alternate takes of "Another Saturday Night" and "Sad Mood" are also featured. The amount of material Cooke recorded ensures that it takes several decent collections to capture the full spectrum of his achievements. However, The Man Who Invented Soul is an essential centerpiece.