Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963 is the second live album by the American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. The album was released in June 1985 in the United States by RCA Records. Initially recorded on January 12, 1963 to be released as a live album entitled One Night Stand, the concert at Miami's Harlem Square Club was not released until 1985. RCA Victor, at the time, viewed the album as too gritty and raw and possibly damaging to his pop image, and quietly kept the recordings in their archive.
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Confident Elegant Joyous Passionate Relaxed Atmospheric Carefree Cheerful Gentle Romantic Smooth Earthy Rousing Spiritual. Sam Cooke, Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers, The Soul Stirrers. This 12-song compilation by The Soul Stirrers features the lead vocals of Sam Cooke in a pure gospel format. This material, recorded before Cooke began tackling pop songs in late 1956, is considered by many aficionados to be his best. Songs include "Nearer to Thee," "One More River," "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone," "Any Day Now," and "Peace in the Valley.
Listen to albums and songs from Sam Cooke. One of soul's most important voices and most tragic figures, Sam Cooke was one of the early soul singers to make the transition from gospel to the secular world of soul music. Cooke was the son of a Mississippi preacher, and he spent his youth in church choirs and gospel groups.
While Sam Cooke certainly made beautiful music in the pop realm, his greatest sides were those made with the Soul Stirrers. When Cooke joined the group in 1950 at the age of 19, he'd already spent 4 years singing with the Highway . The Soul Stirrers lead singer, . Harris, who quit just before Cooke's arrival, had spent almost 25 years molding the group into gospel stardom through an innovative use of two lead singers matched with utmost energy. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample).
Read about Wonderful World (Bonus Track) from Sam Cooke's Das Hitkarussell der 50er & 60er Jahre: 100 Hits (Hits Pop Rock Schlager) and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Often referred to as The King of Soul, Cooke had 29 Top 40 hits in the . between 1957 and 1964 including major hits You Send Me, A Change Is Gonna Come, Chain Gang and Wonderful World.
Sam Cooke (born 22 January 1931, Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA - died December 11, 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA) was an American gospel/R&B/soul/pop singer, songwriter and entrepreneur. He is recognized as one of the founders of soul music and one of the most important singers in soul music history. Details about his death are still in dispute; official police records state he was killed by a gunshot. Younger brother of Charles Cook (who co-wrote Chain Gang) and elder brother of .