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Solomon Burke|I Almost Lost My Mind (Édition Studio Master)

I Almost Lost My Mind (Édition Studio Master)

Solomon Burke

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I Almost Lost My Mind (Édition Studio Master)

Solomon Burke

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I Almost Lost My Mind
00:02:19

Solomon Burke, Vocals, MainArtist - Ivory Joe Hunter, Writer

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

2
Down in the Valley (1)
00:02:27

BERT BERNS, Producer, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Teacho Wiltshire, Organ - Gary Chester, Drums - Solomon Burke, Writer, MainArtist - King Curtis, Tenor Saxophone - Haywood Henry, Saxophone - Panama Francis, Drums - Jimmy Spruill, Guitar - Lamar Wright, Trumpet - Wilbur "Dud" Bascomb, Trumpet - Bob Bushnell, Guitar - Charles Macey, Guitar - Al Lucas, Bass Guitar - Alfred Williams, Piano - Alonzo "Buddy" Lucas, Tenor Saxophone - John "Bucky" Pizzarelli, Guitar

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1962 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

3
Beautiful Brown Eyes
00:03:47

Solomon Burke, Vocals, MainArtist - B. Russell, Writer - S. Burke, Writer

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Records

4
You're Good for Me
00:02:51

BERT BERNS, Producer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Robert Scott, Trumpet - Artie Butler, Piano - Donald Covay, Writer - Ben Smith, Tenor Saxophone - Solomon Burke, MainArtist - George Barnes, Guitar - Haywood Henry, Saxophone - Billy Butler, Guitar - Sam Taylor, Tenor Saxophone - Horace Ott, Writer - Bobby Donaldson, Drums - Bob Bushnell, Guitar - Russ Saunders, Electric Bass Guitar - Irv Markowitz, Trumpet - Gary Sherman, Arranger

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Records

5
Home in Your Heart
00:02:06

BERT BERNS, Producer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Gary Chester, Drums - Phil Kraus, Choir, Xylophone - Solomon Burke, MainArtist - Bill Suyker, Guitar - Otis Blackwell, Writer - Winfield Scott, Writer - Paul Griffin, Piano - Dick Hyman, Organ - Chauncey Westbrook, Guitar - Herb Wasserman, Flute, Tenor Saxophone

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1963 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

6
Can't Nobody Love You
00:02:35

BERT BERNS, Producer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Artie Butler, Piano - Ben Smith, Tenor Saxophone - Phil Kraus, Tambourine - Solomon Burke, MainArtist - George Barnes, Guitar - Haywood Henry, Saxophone - Sam Taylor, Tenor Saxophone - Bobby Donaldson, Drums - Bob Bushnell, Guitar - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Russ Saunders, Electric Bass Guitar - James Mitchell, Writer - Irving Markowitz, Trumpet - Gary Sherman, Arranger

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Records

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Keep the Magic Working
00:02:06

F. Tobias, Writer - C. Ballard, Writer - Solomon Burke, Vocals, MainArtist

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

8
Cry to Me
00:02:41

BERT BERNS, Producer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Al Caiola, Guitar - Gary Chester, Drums - Solomon Burke, Vocals, MainArtist - Bucky Pizzarelli, Bass Guitar - Everett Barkside, Guitar - Leon Cohen, Alto Saxophone - JESSE POWELL, Tenor Saxophone - Don Arnone, Guitar - BERT RUSSELL, Writer - Hank Jones, Piano - Art Davis, Bass Guitar - Klaus Ogerman, Conductor - Robert Mosley, Organ

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Records

9
Words
00:02:28

BERT BERNS, Producer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Ted Sommer, Percussion - Everett Barksdale, Guitar - Solomon Burke, Writer, MainArtist - Panama Francis, Drums - Jimmy Lewis, Bass Guitar - Bill Suyker, Guitar - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Paul Griffin, Piano - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Dick Hyman, Organ - Tom Mace, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - KLAUS OGERMANN, Arranger

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1992 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

10
How Many Times
00:02:20

Solomon Burke, Vocals, MainArtist - Joe Martin, Writer - Skip Martin, Writer - Valmon Burke, Writer

© 1964 Atlantic Records ℗ 1964 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

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