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  1. Explore the tracklist, credits, statistics, and more for The Queen Alone by Carla Thomas. Compare versions and buy on Discogs.

  2. The Queen Alone by Carla Thomas released in 1969. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1992 CD release of "The Queen Alone" on Discogs.

  4. The Queen Alone Tracklist. 1. Any Day Now Lyrics. (Missing Lyrics) 2. Stop Theif Lyrics. (Missing Lyrics) 3. I Take It To My Baby Lyrics. (Missing Lyrics) 4. I Want To Be Your Baby Lyrics....

  5. Carla Thomas – The Queen Alone. Tracklist. Hide Credits. Companies, etc. Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Concord Music Group, Inc. Copyright © – Concord Music Group, Inc. Credits. Design [Cover] – Loring Eutemey. Liner Notes – Frank Costa (3), Joe Bogart.

  6. Carla Thomas was more than deserving of her title "The Queen of Memphis Soul," but she was hardly oblivious to the sleeker, more pop-influenced sweet soul and uptown soul coming out of Detroit, Philadelphia and Chicago. One of her strongest albums, The Queen Alone isn’t the work of someone who took a Memphis-only approach, but of someone who ...

  7. The Queen Alone, an Album by Carla Thomas. Released in July 1967 on Stax (catalog no. S718; Vinyl LP). Genres: Southern Soul. Rated #342 in the best albums of 1967. Featured peformers: Carla Thomas (vocals), Loring Eutemey (design), Jean-Pierre Leloir (photography).