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Lamore Lindo - Lets Stay Together album download
Lamore Lindo - Lets Stay Together album download
Performer: Lamore Lindo
Title: Lets Stay Together
Style: Soul
Rating: 4.6/5
FLAC size: 1546 mb | MP3 size: 1109 mb | WMA size: 1393 mb
Genre: Funk

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Let's Stay Together is a 1972 album by the soul singer Al Green, and is the follow-up to his moderate success Al Green Gets Next to You. It was recorded at Royal Recording Studio, 1320 S. Lauderdale, in Memphis and was a success, peaking at number eight on the pop albums chart and became the first of six albums to peak at number-one on the soul album chart (where it claimed the position for ten weeks)

Print and download in PDF or MIDI Let's Stay Together - Al Green, Willie Mitchell, Al Jackson. Free sheet music for Piano. Made by DanielBuring.

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I'm, I'm so in love with you Whatever you want to do Is alright with me 'Cause you make me feel so brand new And I want to spend my life with you. Let me say that since, baby Since we've been together Loving you forever Is what I need Let me be the one you come running to I'll never be untrue

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The Let’s Stay Together LP fares far better than the majority of albums built around single hits. In fact, the first side, which begins with the Monster, manages to maintain a steady groove and a high level right on through to the last cut, Old Time Lovin’, which has a warm, enveloping vocal and some of the best chop-rhythm guitar this side of heaven. This in itself isn’t so bad; what’s scary is that the press release accompanying the album plays the song up as if it were the highlight of the set. If this song is the beginning of a trend in Al Green’s music, away from the soulfully mellow and into the laid-back banal, then it’s an instance of a trend that seems particularly endemic to the Memphis scene. Meanwhile, Let’s Stay Together is, like its predecessor, an indispensable treat. In This Article: Al Green. Want more Rolling Stone?


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