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I'm Still in Love with You

Al Green

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Just nine months after the release of Let’s Stay Together featuring the single with the same title, Al Green teamed up once again with production partner Willie Mitchell, aka the boss of Hi Records music label, for yet another legendary album. The minimalist and introspective I’m Still in Love With You has a refined, sexy soul sound and even explores country (a raunchy version of Kris Kristofferson’s For the Good Times) and rock ‘n’ roll (an original cover of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman). And of course, Al Green’s unique, suave tone is showcased right the way through this fifth album, released in 1972. The singer-reverend from Arkansas croons, scats, whispers and shouts; like a preacher on the verge of sin. The key ingredient to this soulful magic is the pared-down musical backdrop provided by Mitchell and his musicians, especially Al Jackson on drums (original member of Booker. T & The M.G.’s) who provides the music with its vital heartbeat. Never a trumpet too loud, never a string out of place or a note too many, no, everything runs as smoothly as a well-oiled machine in this album that ages beautifully like a fine wine. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
I'm Still in Love with You
00:03:11

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

2
I'm Glad You're Mine
00:02:57

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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Love and Happiness
00:05:07

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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What a Wonderful Thing Love Is
00:03:40

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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Simply Beautiful
00:04:11

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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Oh, Pretty Woman
00:03:23

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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For the Good Times
00:06:27

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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Look What You Done for Me
00:03:05

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

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One of These Good Old Days
00:03:15

Al Green, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum (P) 2009 Hi Records under exclusive license to Fat Possum

Album Description

Just nine months after the release of Let’s Stay Together featuring the single with the same title, Al Green teamed up once again with production partner Willie Mitchell, aka the boss of Hi Records music label, for yet another legendary album. The minimalist and introspective I’m Still in Love With You has a refined, sexy soul sound and even explores country (a raunchy version of Kris Kristofferson’s For the Good Times) and rock ‘n’ roll (an original cover of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman). And of course, Al Green’s unique, suave tone is showcased right the way through this fifth album, released in 1972. The singer-reverend from Arkansas croons, scats, whispers and shouts; like a preacher on the verge of sin. The key ingredient to this soulful magic is the pared-down musical backdrop provided by Mitchell and his musicians, especially Al Jackson on drums (original member of Booker. T & The M.G.’s) who provides the music with its vital heartbeat. Never a trumpet too loud, never a string out of place or a note too many, no, everything runs as smoothly as a well-oiled machine in this album that ages beautifully like a fine wine. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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