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Doing it to Death: Stone Cold Soul

Posted in music post with tags , , , on February 7, 2009 by Wes

I read Peter Guralnick’s book, Sweet Soul Music, The Southern Dream of Freedom a few months ago. It is a fantastic book that I would recommend to anyone interested in learning more about southern soul. After finishing it I was inspired to make a mix CD of some of the best soul songs that I have. A lot of this is from the Stax/Volt and Atlantic catalogue.
I’ve given out a few so far. If you got one and you found out that there is no track listing I’m sorry. Here it is if you want to fill it in yourself. Also if you think this looks good and you want one just ask me. Some of these are classics and some are a little more obscure. A few of them are pretty well known samples too.

The mix CD is called Doing it to Death: Stone Cold Soul

1. Sam Cooke – That’s Where It’s At
2. Ray Charles – I Believe To My Soul
3. Soloman Burke – If You Need Me
4. The Falcons – I Found A Love
5. William Bell – You Don’t Miss Your Water
6. James Carr – A Man Needs A Woman
7. Bobby Marchan – What Can I Do
8. The Canes – Why Should I Suffer With The Blues
9. Otis Redding – You Left The Water Running
10. Carla Thomas – I’ll Bring It Home To You
11. Charmels – As Long As I’ve Got You
12. Del Rios – Just Across The Street
13. Dorothy Williams – Closer To My Baby
14. Sam & Dave – When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
15. Eddie Floyd – Saturday Night
16. Johnnie Taylor – I’ve Got To Love Somebody’s Baby
17. Mable John – Your Good Thing (Is About To End)
18. The Pips with Gladys Knight – Every Beat Of My Heart
19. Prince Conley – I’m Going Home
20. Ruby Johnson – When My Love Comes Down
21. James Carr – The Dark End Of The Street
22. Jerry Butler with The Impressions – For Your Precious Love
23. Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
24. Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – You’ve Got A Friend
25. Arthur Alexander – You Better Move On
26. Joe Simon – My Adorable One
27. William Bell – I Forgot To Be Your Lover
28. Little Richard – I Don’t Know What You’ve Got (But It’s Got Me)