The Exciting Wilson Pickett
Download links and information about The Exciting Wilson Pickett by Wilson Pickett. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 30:47 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop|
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|1.||Land of 1000 Dances||2:26|
|2.||Something You Got||2:58|
|6.||You're So Fine||2:38|
|7.||In the Midnight Hour||2:37|
|8.||Ninety-nine and One-half (Won't Do)||2:37|
|11.||It's All Over||2:21|
|12.||She's So Good to Me||2:17|
Less of a hodgepodge than his debut In The Midnight Hour album, Pickett's second album established — if there had been any doubt — his stature as a major '60s soul man. The 12 tracks include his monster hits "634-5789," "Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won't Do)," "In The Midnight Hour," and "Land Of 1000 Dances" (the last of which was his first Top Ten pop hit). Collectors will be more interested in the non-hit cuts, which are of nearly an equal level. These include covers of the R&B standards "Something You Got," "Mercy Mercy," and "Barefootin'"; several original tunes written in collaboration with Memphis soul greats Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, and David Porter; and Bobby Womack's "She's So Good To Me." It all adds up to one of the most consistent 1960s soul albums. The CD reissue of this 1966 record features detailed liner notes and session documentation.