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Specialty Profiles: Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers


Download links and information about Specialty Profiles: Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers by Sam Cooke, The Soul Stirrers. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel, Rock genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:02:18 minutes.

Artist: Sam Cooke, The Soul Stirrers
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel, Rock
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:02:18
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No. Title Length
1. I'll Come Running Back to You 2:14
2. Forever 2:58
3. Jesus, I'll Never Forget 2:36
4. Peace In the Valley 2:45
5. Just Another Day 2:44
6. Touch the Hem of His Garment 2:04
7. Lovable 2:26
8. Farther Along 2:27
9. Jesus Gave Me Water 2:30
10. The Last Mile of the Way 3:00
11. That's All I Need to Know 2:20
12. Any Day Now 2:29
13. I Don't Want to Cry 2:46
14. I'm Gonna Build Right On That Shore 2:32
15. R.M. Blues (featuring Roy Milton & His Solid Senders) 2:59
16. Pink Champagne (featuring Joe Liggins & His Honeydrippers) 3:02
17. Please Send Me Someone to Love (featuring Percy Mayfield) 2:55
18. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (featuring Lloyd Price) 2:33
19. Dream Girl (featuring Jesse Belvin) 3:14
20. The Things That I Used to Do (featuring Eddie " Guitar Slim " Jones) 3:03
21. Long Tall Sally (featuring Little Richard) 2:11
22. I'll Come Running Back to You 2:09
23. I'm Leaving It All Up to You (featuring Don & Dewey) 2:10
24. Dizzy Miss Lizzy (featuring Larry Williams) 2:11



"It's been said that if you've never heard Sam Cooke sing with his first group, the Soul Stirrers, you've never really heard him sing. And while that statement may seem hyperbolic, Cooke did do some of his best work as a youngster with singers like Johnnie Taylor, R.H. Harris and Paul Foster, each of whom could quite nearly equal Cooke's show-stopping virtuosity. This album throws together Cooke's earliest attempts at going pop along with some of his last and best sides with the Soul Stirrers. Cooke's vocals on ""The Last Mile of the Way,"" ""Jesus Gave Me Water"" and ""Jesus, I'll Never Forget"" are stunning. That there is an unearthly sexuality to Cooke's phrasing with the Stirrers, that causes any single person with a heart to go weak in the knees when at the start of ""Touch the Hem of His Garment,"" Cooke sings ""Woah there was a woman (pause) in the Bible days...""