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Hopeton Lewis, Glenmore Brown - Girl You're Cold / Soul Man album

Hopeton Lewis, Glenmore Brown - Girl You're Cold / Soul Man album
Performer: Hopeton Lewis
Title: Girl You're Cold / Soul Man
Country: UK
Genre: Reggae
Released: 1968
MP3 album szie: 1274 mb
FLAC album size: 1272 mb

Glenmore Brown was born in 1944 on the eastern edge of downtown Kingston. Raised in various parts of southeast Kingston, he became fascinated by the Skatalites in the era of Jamaica’s independence, with saxophonists Tommy McCook and Roland Alphonso making a particular impression. Ken Boothe, Joe White, and the Techniques were all making an impact in Kingston then, but Glen took his greatest vocal inspiration from Alton Ellis, spending much time in Alton’s yard with other aspiring young singers like Delroy Wilson. Brown grew close to guitarist Ernest Ranglin during his tenure with Cecil Lloyd and met the soul singer Brenton Wood then too, but Lloyd Robinson opted out of joining the group, marking the end of his partnership with Brown.

I'm a soul man I'm a soul man You're a soul man I'm a soul man I'm a soul man I'm a soul man. More on Genius. The Blues Brothers performed the song as the cold opener of the episode of the NBC comedy/variety show Saturday Night Live which Carrie Fisher hosted in late November 1978, and they later released the song as a single, which reached number 14 in February 1979 and number 19 in Canada in February 1979.

Album · 2004 · 29 Songs. Phyllis Dillon & Hopeton Lewis. The Love That a Woman Should Give a Man. 3:27. Love the One You're With. 29 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes.

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You're My Man is a Lynn Anderson album for Columbia Records released in 1971. The disc was Anderson's fourth studio album for the label. The record was a hit on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for seven weeks, Anderson's third (and to date, last) number one on the chart. The album was produced by Anderson's then-husband Glenn Sutton. The title song was Anderson's second number one record on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart and the only single release on the LP.

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A Girl You're Cold
B Soul Man


Producerd By The Wong Brothers
Matrix ID - WIRL 3884-1 LGA / WIRL 3885-1 LGA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FAB 42 Glenmore Brown* & Hope Town Lewis* Glenmore Brown* & Hope Town Lewis* - Girl Your Cold ‎(7") Fab FAB 42 UK 1968
FAB 42 Hope Town Lewis* Girl Your Cold ‎(7", W/Lbl, Sol) Fab FAB 42 UK 1968