one of the baddest most soulful cats you are ever gonna hear
and this song is a plea for another chance.
i can sit
and listen to Al Green all day… 49 more words
If I were younger by about 30 years I’d buy a good pair of hiking boots and some mountaineering gear and then haul my ass up to the top of Mount Digitalium. 1,093 more words
Produced by Willie Mitchell
Label – Hi
Whilst soul music began to decline in popularity in the early 1970s, Forrest City, Arkansas native Al Green laid down his sweet tones with an emotional authenticity that made him the natural successor to the sadly missed Otis Redding. 369 more words
Like many of us, I probably spend far too much time in a day visiting the various blogs I follow but today’s visit to a great series called… 841 more words
One of the greatest albums put out by one of the greatest voices to have graced this planet. Period.
“Call Me” is mired in the overwhelming capacity of longevity; it’s about the various anxieties of life, love and loss– and that’s why it’s here to stay. 90 more words
It’s not as good as Capital One’s March Madness campaign, but still pretty entertaining. The song, of course, is Al Green’s classic “Let’s Stay Together.” Take it away, Sam.