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9 thoughts on “ Light My Fire - Clarence Carter - This Is Clarence Carter / The Dynamic Clarence Carter

  • Viramar
    03.11.2019 at 23:28
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Clarence Carter - The Dynamic Clarence Carter at Discogs. Complete your Clarence Carter collection.4/4(58). Reply
  • Yozshumuro
    10.11.2019 at 03:20
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    Tracks 1 to 12 are his debut album "This Is Clarence Carter" in Stereo – released December in the USA on Atlantic SD and in the UK on Atlantic I'd Rather Go Blind Think About It The Road Of Love You've Been A Long Time Coming Light My Fire That Old Time Feeling Steal Away [Side 2] Let Me Comfort You /5(5). Reply
  • JoJor
    09.11.2019 at 05:08
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    The first, “This Is Clarence Carter”, gathered up most of his pre-hit A-sides and added a few tracks no-one had heard before. The second, “The Dynamic Clarence Carter”, comprised ‘Too Weak To Fight’ and its B-side, plus pop covers and versions of Fame-published songs. Reply
  • Nishura
    09.11.2019 at 19:51
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    Clarence Carter was churning out classic Southern soul in the late '60s. Everything -- from soap opera-ish tales of deprivation to sexually suggestive boasts, country/soul ballads, and up-tempo wailers -- clicked. This isn't so much an album as a string of great singles, all of them sung with fire 9/ Reply
  • Arashiktilar
    11.11.2019 at 05:07
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    Jan 15,  · The Dynamic Clarence Carter puts his unparalelled take on classic, deep Southern soul on full display, featuring 12 tracks of Alabama R&B greatness. Key moments include the Billboard hit "Too Weak To Fight", his own booming takes on The Doors' "Light My Fire" and Jeannie Reilly's Harper Valley PTA, and "Love Me With A Feeling", which would later be sampled on 2 Live Crew's "2 Live /5(5). Reply
  • Malajar
    08.11.2019 at 23:12
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    Feb 13,  · I had "The Dynamic Clarence Carter" LP in and considered it to be my most vibrant-sounding stereo album. It is not terribly surprising that in Kent Soul's expert hands that same quality (to the extent possible) is retained on CD/5(5). Reply

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