The Falcons Featuring Eddie Floyd, Sir Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs & Wilson Pickett - You're So Fine 1958-1961 album flac
Title: You're So Fine 1958-1961
Style: Rhythm & Blues
MP3 album: 1347 mb
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Genre: Funk and Soul
Count: 28. Views: 48. You're So Fine - 1956 - 1961 - Featuring Eddie Floyd, Sir Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs & Wilson Pickett tracks. Sent Up. Goddess Of Angels. Something Hit Me. Romanita. This Day. You're Mine. Whose Little Girl Are You ?
Listen to the biggest hits from The Falcons, including You're So Fine, Now That It's Over, I Am So Tired, and more. You're So Fine - 1956 - 1961 - Featuring Eddie Floyd, Sir Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs & Wilson Pickett. You're so Fine (16 Collector Sound). I Found a Love - 1956-1962.
Their most successful songs included "You're So Fine" and later, when Wilson Pickett was recruited into the group as the lead singer, "I Found a Love" Floyd signed a contract with the Memphis-based Stax Records as a songwriter in 1965. He wrote a hit song, "Comfort Me", recorded by Carla Thomas. He then teamed with Stax's guitarist Steve Cropper to write songs for Wilson Pickett, now signed to Atlantic Records. In December 2012, Floyd released a new album at Christmas time. Eddie also has a son, Anthony Floyd, that also sings with him. In July 2013, Eddie Floyd released Down by the Sea.
The Falcons started as a racially mixed group; Eddie Floyd was the nephew of Bob West, the owner of Lupine and Flick Records. West routinely farmed their singles out to United Artists Records for national distribution. After the exit of the two Caucasians, Bob Manardo and Tom Shetler, one got drafted, and the other joined the Army, the group continued with Joe Stubbs, Willie Schofield, Bonny "Mack" Rice, Lance Finnie, and Eddie Floyd. Rice previously recorded with the Five Scalders, and later scored as a songwriter with "Mustang Sally" and "Respect Yourself.
He played with Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett and Joe Stubbs in the Falcons and later became a writer for Stax. Rice’s songs have been performed by a wide roster of artists, including Wilson Pickett, Ike and Tina Turner, Albert King, Johnny Taylor, Shirley Brown, Rufus Thomas, Etta James, Buddy Guy, The Rascals, The Kingsmen, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many, many more. Speak to a BMI representative at the office nearest you. Getting Started? Join BMI as a Creator or Publisher.
The Falcons were one of the rhythm and blues artists who helped define the music genre with their 1959 smash hit You’re So Fine. The American R&B vocal group were formed in 1955 and hailed in Detroit, Michigan, consisting of Eddie Floyd, Sir Mack Rice, Wilson Pickett, Robert Ward and Joe Stubbs (of the Detroit-based vocal group 100 Proof Aged in Soul) as the most steady lineup
|1||Baby That's It||2:14|
|3||Can This Be Christmas?||2:56|
|6||Something Hit Me||2:00|
|7||Love At First Sight||2:29|
|8||This Heart Of Mine||2:57|
|10||(When) You're In Love||2:33|
|11||No Time For Fun||1:55|
|12||Please Don't Leave Me Dear||2:13|
|14||Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere||2:03|
|15||Girl Of My Dreams||2:03|
|16||Let It Be Me||2:30|
|17||I'll Never Find Another Girl Like You||2:08|
|18||Whose Little Girl Are You?||2:21|
|19||Just For You Love||2:11|
|20||You're So Fine||2:26|
|21||Goddess Of Angels||2:54|
|23||That's What I Aim To Do||1:52|
|24||You Must Know I Love You||1:46|
|26||Billy The Kid||2:08|
|27||You're On My Mind||2:39|
|29||(I Don't Want No) Part Time Love||2:24|
|30||What To Do||2:03|
|JASCD 223||The Falcons||You're So Fine (CD, Comp)||Jasmine Records||JASCD 223||UK||2012|