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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 09,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964 - CD NEW Format: CD Artist: Sam Cooke Runtime: Not Available Retail Price: $16.95 TRACKS
1. Touch the Hem of His Garment
2. Lovable
3. You Send Me
4. Only Sixteen
5. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
6. Just for You
7. Win Your Love (For Me)
8. Everybody Loves to Cha Cha Cha
9. I'll Come Running Back to You
10. You Were Made for Me
11. Sad Mood
12. Cupid
13. Wonderful World
14. Chain Gang
15. Summertime
16. Little Red Rooster
17. Bring It on Home to Me
18. Nothing Can Change This Love
19. Sugar Dumpling
20. (Ain't That) Good News
21. Meet Me at Mary's Place
22. Twistin' the Night Away
23. Shake
24. Tennessee Waltz
25. Another Saturday Night
26. Good Times
27. Having a Party
28. That's Where It's At
29. Change Is Gonna Come, A
30. Jesus Gave Me Water
31. [Untitled Hidden Track] - (hidden track) Contains an untitled hidden track which follows "Jesus Gave Me Water."
Personnel includes: Sam Cooke (vocals); Clif White, Bobby Womack (guitar); Billy Preston (organ); Lou Rawls (background vocals).
Producers include: Bumps Blackwell, Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, Rene Hall, Sam Cooke.
Compilation producers: Jody H. Klein, Teri Landi.
Includes liner notes by Peter Guralnick.
Personnel: Lou Rawls (vocals); Joseph R. Gibbons (guitar, banjo); Edgar Blanchard, Everett Barksdale, Ulysses Livingston, Glen Campbell, William Pitman, Bob King , Howard Roberts , Norman Bartold, George Collier, John Pisano, Leroy Crume, Rene Hall, Tommy Tedesco , Barney Kessel, Bobby Womack, Clifton White (guitar); John DeVoogdt, Darrel Terwilliger, Robert Barene, Marvin Limonick, Hinda Barnet, Archie Levin, Elliot Fisher, Joseph Saxon, Myron Sandler, Gareth "Garry" Nuttycombe, Harold Dicterow, Fred Fradkin, Ambrose Russo, Irving Lipschultz, Tibor Zelig, Jack Pepper, Ben Miller , Isadore Roman, Leonard Malarsky, Max Cahn, Alfred Brown , Marshall Sosson, Sidney Sharp, Israel Baker, Arnold Belnick, Charles Libove, David Nadien, Ralph Schaeffer, William Kurash, Harry Lookofsky (violin); Wilbert Nuttycombe, Alexander Neiman, Harry Hyams, Allan Harshman, Samuel Boghossian (viola); Joseph Coppin, Emmet Sargeant, Armand Karpoff, Cecil Figelski, Jesse Ehrlich, Frederick Seykora (cello); Jewell L. Grant, Edgar Redmond, John Kelson, Jr., Plas Johnson , Red Tyler, William Green (saxophone); John Anderson , Robert Bryant, Anthony Terran, Stu Williamson , Melvin Lastie (trumpet); William Hinshaw (French horn); Louise Blackburn, John Ewing , Dave Wells (trombone); Russell Bridges, Ernie Freeman, Edward Truman Beal, Harold Battiste, Warren Myles, Raymond Johnson, Ernie Hayes (piano); Billy Preston (organ); Emil Radocchia (marimba, timpani, percussion); Frank Capp, Eddie Hall, Hal Blaine (drums, percussion); David "Panama" Francis, Earl Palmer , Charles Blackwell, Ronald Selico, June Gardner, John Boudreaux (drums); Mike Pacheco (congas); Jack Costanza (bongos); Julius Wechter (percussion); Tom Kenny, Doreen Tryden, Betty Jane Baker, Carol Lee Lombard, R.B. Robinson, Alicia Adams, Ralph Brewster, Jimmie Outler, S.S. Farley, Robert Tebow, Thomas L. Bruster, Jackie Ward, James Bryant, Sue Allen, Lee Gotch, J.J. Farley, Charles Parlato, Loulie Jean Norman, Paul Foster, Richard Gibbs, S.R. Crain, Sally Stevens, Jack Halloran (background vocals).
Liner Note Author: Peter Guralnick.
Recording information: Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Cosimo's Studio, New Orleans, LA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Master Recorders, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); RCA Studio, New York, NY (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Rex Productions, Los Angeles, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Specialty Studios, Los Angeles, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); United Recording, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964); Universal Recorders, Hollywood, CA (03/01/1951-11/16/1964).
Arrangers: Jimmie Haskell; Rene Hall.
Sam Cooke was a giant not just in the soul world, but in the larger sche...

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