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The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett - The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett album mp3


Tracklist

The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett Listen
The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett Shorty's Got To Go
The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett Pretty Betty
The Impressions With Jerry Butler My Baby Love Me
Betty Everett Please Love Me
Betty Everett I've Got A Claim On You
Betty Everett I'll Be There
Betty Everett Your Love Is Important To Me
Betty Everett Happy I Long To Be
Betty Everett Your Loving Arms

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DLP-201 The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett - The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett ‎(LP, Comp) Design Records DLP-201 1965
SDLP-201, DLP-201 The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett - The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett ‎(LP, Comp) Stereo Spectrum Records, Design Records SDLP-201, DLP-201 1965
DLP-201, SDLP-201 The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett - The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett ‎(LP, Comp) Design Records , Design Records DLP-201, SDLP-201 Canada 1965


The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett - The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett album mp3
Performer: The Impressions
Genre: Funk / Blues
Title: The Impressions With Jerry Butler And Betty Everett
Released: 1965
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
MP3 version ZIP size: 1441 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1175 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 872
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Track A5, Betty Everett "Please Love Me". Is a true masterpiece. Betty Everett's vocals are so emotionally raw, one can almost feel her torment. Essentially she is crying out for her object of desire to love her the way she loves him, a common theme throughout all popular music. However the way Mrs. Everett delievers the tune, she just takes it to a different stratosphere! As far as the music itself goes, the rhythm section rumbles as the horns soar. I have played this in public a couple times, it was most effective as a last song of the night. The record was released on a budget label and seems to turn up quite regularly and at a low price (at least in Midwestern, USA), so if you see it, buy it.