Spirit Of Memphis - When / Lost In Sin album
Title: When / Lost In Sin
Date of release: 1957
Size MP3: 1274 mb
Size FLAC: 1894 mb
Format: APE AHX MP1 RA DXD VOC WMA
Listen to Lost In Sin from The Spirit Of Memphis Quartet's Devil Can't Harm A Praying Man: Texas Gospel Volumes 3-5 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Devil Can't Harm A Praying Man: Texas Gospel Volumes 3-5. Various Artists.
That trajectory lends The Spirit of Memphis a unique narrative thrust that distinguishes it from so many single-artist box sets. It opens with a disc of songs predating his solo career, when he was playing in the house band, producing records, and writing songs for nearly every Stax artist. Porter was the lyric guy, while Hayes wrote the arrangements. Because he had no formal musical training and could not read or write music, he talked the musicians through their individual parts and directed the band while recording.
Band Name Ethereal Sin. Album Name Lost Destination. Wydawcy Self-Released. Styl muzycznySymphonic Black. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 2. Thy the Ancient Wyvern. 4. Call of the Blackest Wind. 6. Last December Night. Other productions from Ethereal Sin. Kakuriyo. Forbidden Chronicles.
The Spirit of Memphis 1962-1976.
Floyd Newma - "Sassy" (CD 1: Soul songwriter, Soul Producer). David Porter - "Can’t See You When I Want To". 3. Carla Thomas - "How Do You Quit (Someone You Love)". Johnnie Taylor - "Little Bluebird". 17. Charlie Rich - "When Something Is Wrong With My Baby". 18. Charlie Rich - "Love Is After Me".
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Hinton*, Reed*
|B||Lost In Sin
Written By – R. Mack
- Record Company – Peacock Recording Co.
- Published By – Lion Publishing Co.
- Leader – Joe Hinton
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): FR 2031
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): FR 2030
|5-1779||Spirit Of Memphis||When / Lost In Sin (7", Single)||Peacock Records||5-1779||US||Unknown|
|1779||Spirit Of Memphis||When / Lost In Sin (Shellac, 10")||Peacock Records||1779||US||1957|