Vocals – Irma Thomas Notes Recorded June and July 1967, at Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama. All tracks are previously unreleased on U.S. Album. Tracks 13 and 14 are marked as CD Bonus Tracks. Release packaged in a clear jewel case with an opaque black disc tray. Includes an 8-page booklet. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 076741300426
Irma Thomas– Something Good / The Muscle Shoals Sessions Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop Style: Soul Year: 1990 Tracklist Credits (13) Doug SchwartzEngineer, Mixed By Vartan (4)Art Direction David HoodBass Tommy CogbillBass Don SnowdenCompiled By
21. Okt. 2021 · Irma Thomas – Something Good / The Muscle Shoals Sessions Trackliste Unternehmen usw. Aufgenommen bei – Fame Recording Studios Mitwirkende (Credits) Bass – David Hood, Tommy Cogbill Drums – Roger Hawkins Horns – Muscle Shoals Horns, The * Keyboards – Spooner Oldham ( Titel: 1,5,11) Vocals – Irma Thomas Anmerkungen
Something Good: The Muscle Shoals Sessions Irma Thomas BLUES · 1990 Preview 1 Cheater Man (Alternate Mix) 2:32 2 A Woman Will Do Wrong 2:53 3 Good To Me 2:34 4 We Got Something Good 2:34 5 Let's Do It Over 2:24 6 I Gave You Everything 2:23 7 I've Been Loving You Too Long 3:03 8 Security 2:16 9 Somewhere Crying 2:44 10 Don't Make Me Stop Now 2:38 11
Thomas' brief liaison with Chess in 1967 saw her, like labelmates Laura Lee and Etta James, record in Muscle Shoals' Fame studios to tap into the southern/deep soul grooves that were one of the hottest tickets in soul music at the time. Commercially, these sessions (all recorded in June and July of '67) weren't a success. It's also fair to say that they don't rate as her finest work of the '60s; her early New Orleans sessions, along with her pop/rock sides of the mid-'60s, featured both ...
Irma Thomas – Something Good / The Muscle Shoals Sessions More images Tracklist Credits (14) Vartan (4) Art Direction David Hood Bass Tommy Cogbill Bass Don Snowden Compiled By DZN, The Design group Design Roger Hawkins Drums Show more credits... Versions Filter by Labels & Companies Year 6 versions Add to Wantlist Recommendations Reviews
21. Jan. 2007 · Chess Records signed Irma Thomas in 1966 and almost immediately sent her to work with producer Rick Hall at his Fame Studios in the world famous Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Thomas recorded over a dozen tracks while backed by seasoned in-house rhythm and horn sections, plus Spooner Oldham on keyboards. Of the tracks she recorded, Chess released only three 45s, including Otis Redding's "Good To Me", the only song from these sessions to crack the Billboard charts. Unimpressed - and ...