Rock ’n Soul (stereo)

~ Release by Solomon Burke (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
#TitleRatingLength
A1Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye)
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-12-12)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-12-12)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-12-12)
bass trombone:
Tony Studd (on 1963-12-12)
drums (drum set):
Gary Chester (studio drummer and educator) (on 1963-12-12)
guitar:
Bill Suyker (on 1963-12-12), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-12-12) and Al Shackman (on 1963-12-12)
piano:
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (on 1963-12-12)
tenor saxophone:
Charles de Angelis (on 1963-12-12)
trumpet:
Lammar Wright (on 1963-12-12)
background vocals:
Estelle Brown (on 1963-12-12), Cissy Houston (on 1963-12-12), Sylvia Shemwell (on 1963-12-12) and Dee Dee Warwick (on 1963-12-12)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-12-12)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-12-12)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
cover recording of:
Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye) (on 1963-12-12)
writer:
Bert Russell Berns and Wes Farrell
publisher:
Robert Mellin Ltd.
3:23
A2Cry to Me
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
vocals:
Solomon Burke
cover recording of:
Cry to Me
lyricist and composer:
Bert Russell
publisher:
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI), Sloopy II Music, Sony/ATV Songs LLC and Unichappell Music, Inc.
42:31
A3Won’t You Give Him (One More Chance)
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-08-16)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-08-16)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-08-16)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-08-16)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-08-16), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-08-16) and Billy Butler (jazz guitarist) (on 1963-08-16)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-08-16)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-08-16) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-08-16)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-08-16) and Robert Scott (trumpet) (on 1963-08-16)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-08-16)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-08-16)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-08-16)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
2:33
A4If You Need Me
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-03-15)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-03-15)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-03-15)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-03-15) and Bob Bushnell (on 1963-03-15)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-03-15)
tambourine:
Phil Kraus (on 1963-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-03-15) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-03-15)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-03-15) and Ernie Royal (on 1963-03-15)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-03-15)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-03-15)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-03-15)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
2:32
A5Hard Ain’t It
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-03-15)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-03-15)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-03-15)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-03-15) and Bob Bushnell (on 1963-03-15)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-03-15)
tambourine:
Phil Kraus (on 1963-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-03-15) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-03-15)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-03-15) and Ernie Royal (on 1963-03-15)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-03-15)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-03-15)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-03-15)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
cover recording of:
Hard, Ain't It Hard (on 1963-03-15)
lyricist and composer:
Woody Guthrie (American singer-songwriter)
2:49
A6Can’t Nobody Love You
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-03-15)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-03-15)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-03-15)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-03-15) and Bob Bushnell (on 1963-03-15)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-03-15)
tambourine:
Phil Kraus (on 1963-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-03-15) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-03-15)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-03-15) and Ernie Royal (on 1963-03-15)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-03-15)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-03-15)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-03-15)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
2:33
B1Just Out of Reach
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
vocals:
Solomon Burke
cover recording of:
Just Out of Reach (of My Two Empty Arms)
lyricist and composer:
Virgil F. Stewart
32:50
B2You’re Good for Me
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-08-16)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-08-16)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-08-16)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-08-16)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-08-16), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-08-16) and Billy Butler (jazz guitarist) (on 1963-08-16)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-08-16)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-08-16) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-08-16)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-08-16) and Robert Scott (trumpet) (on 1963-08-16)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-08-16)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-08-16)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-08-16)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
2:51
B3You Can’t Love Them All
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-03-15)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-03-15)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-03-15)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-03-15)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-03-15) and Bob Bushnell (on 1963-03-15)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-03-15)
tambourine:
Phil Kraus (on 1963-03-15)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-03-15) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-03-15)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-03-15) and Ernie Royal (on 1963-03-15)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-03-15)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-03-15)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-03-15)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
recording of:
You Can't Love Them All (on 1963-03-15)
writer:
Bert Russell, Ahmet Ertegun (US American Songwriter, producer), Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
2:46
B4Someone to Love Me
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-12-12)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-12-12)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-12-12)
bass trombone:
Tony Studd (on 1963-12-12)
drums (drum set):
Gary Chester (studio drummer and educator) (on 1963-12-12)
guitar:
Bill Suyker (on 1963-12-12), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-12-12) and Al Shackman (on 1963-12-12)
piano:
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (on 1963-12-12)
tenor saxophone:
Charles de Angelis (on 1963-12-12)
trumpet:
Lammar Wright (on 1963-12-12)
background vocals:
Estelle Brown (on 1963-12-12), Cissy Houston (on 1963-12-12), Sylvia Shemwell (on 1963-12-12) and Dee Dee Warwick (on 1963-12-12)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-12-12)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-12-12)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
3:05
B5Beautiful Brown Eyes
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-08-16)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-08-16)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-08-16)
drums (drum set):
Bobby Donaldson (on 1963-08-16)
guitar:
George Barnes (on 1963-08-16), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-08-16) and Billy Butler (jazz guitarist) (on 1963-08-16)
piano:
Artie Butler (on 1963-08-16)
tenor saxophone:
Sam Taylor (US jazz/blues saxophonist 1916-1990) (on 1963-08-16) and Ben Smith (US saxophonist Benjamin J. Smith) (on 1963-08-16)
trumpet:
Marky Markowitz (on 1963-08-16) and Robert Scott (trumpet) (on 1963-08-16)
choir vocals:
unidentified female choir (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1963-08-16)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-08-16)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-08-16)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
3:47
B6He’ll Have to Go
recorded in:
New York, United States (on 1963-12-12)
engineer:
Tom Dowd and Phil Iehle
producer:
Bert Russell Berns
baritone saxophone:
Haywood Henry (US jazz saxophonist) (on 1963-12-12)
bass [electric bass]:
Russ Saunders (jazz bass player) (on 1963-12-12)
bass trombone:
Tony Studd (on 1963-12-12)
drums (drum set):
Gary Chester (studio drummer and educator) (on 1963-12-12)
guitar:
Bill Suyker (on 1963-12-12), Bob Bushnell (on 1963-12-12) and Al Shackman (on 1963-12-12)
piano:
Paul Griffin (American pianist, session musician) (on 1963-12-12)
tenor saxophone:
Charles de Angelis (on 1963-12-12)
trumpet:
Lammar Wright (on 1963-12-12)
background vocals:
Estelle Brown (on 1963-12-12), Cissy Houston (on 1963-12-12), Sylvia Shemwell (on 1963-12-12) and Dee Dee Warwick (on 1963-12-12)
vocals:
Solomon Burke (on 1963-12-12)
conductor:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor) (on 1963-12-12)
arranger:
Garry Sherman (mid-20th century composer, arranger & conductor)
cover recording of:
He’ll Have to Go (on 1963-12-12)
writer:
Audrey Allison and Joe Allison
publisher:
Campbell Connelly & Co. Ltd. and Central Songs
3:19

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part of:1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die (2005 edition) (number: 44) (order: 105)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/423537 [info]
Wikidata:Q1249663 [info]