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People Get Ready


Download links and information about People Get Ready by The Impressions. This album was released in 1965 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:00:20 minutes.

Artist: The Impressions
Release date: 1965
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:00:20
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No. Title Length
1. For Your Precious Love 2:40
2. Gypsy Woman 2:20
3. It's All Right 2:59
4. Talking About My Baby 2:31
5. I'm So Proud 2:49
6. Keep On Pushing 2:53
7. You Must Believe Me 2:33
8. Amen 3:14
9. People Get Ready 2:39
10. Woman's Got Soul 2:17
11. Meeting Over Yonder 2:21
12. You've Been Cheatin' 2:35
13. We're a Winner 2:24
14. Fool for You 2:54
15. This Is My Country 2:49
16. Choice of Colors 3:19
17. Check Out Your Mind 3:28
18. Ain't Got Time 3:59
19. Finally Got Myself Together (I'm a Changed Man) 3:08
20. Loving Power 3:16
21. Sunshine 3:12



As with the previous year's Keep on Pushing, People Get Ready featured another big Curtis Mayfield hit, one that made as strong an impact on the civil-rights movement as on the charts. One of the most beautiful songs of the '60s, "People Get Ready" set the oft-used "gospel train" as its theme, with Mayfield speaking of faith for the present and deliverance in the future, while Sam Gooden and Fred Cash contributed beautiful harmony vocals (and a few lines of their own). That career touchstone aside, the rest of the material on the LP wasn't as strong as Keep on Pushing or the Impressions' marvelous debut. The two winners were "Woman's Got Soul" and "You Must Believe Me," both in a similar brassy, uptown mode as expected from the Chicago soul kingpins. A few of the songs were hauled out from as long as three years ago, like Mayfield's own version of "Can't Work No Longer," a Billy Butler hit he'd produced (also in 1965). The exceptional harmonies and arrangements were still in place, but for a few songs it was clear that Mayfield had tired of concocting novelties that looked back to the age of doo wop.