понедельник, 2 декабря 2013 г.


Bobby Hatfield (ex. Righteous Brothers) - Messin' In Muscle Shoals (1971) 



Artist: Bobby Hatfield
Album: Messin' In Muscle Shoals
Label: MGM Records
Catalog#: SE-4727
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1971
Genre: Rock, Pop/Rock, R&B
Duration: 00:31:10




Bobby Hatfield went to Rick Hall's Fame Studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama to record his only released solo album, Messin' In Muscle Shoals, which was a complete departure from anything that he had recorded previously, it was a vibrant album combining the splendour of Bobby Hatfield's vocals coupled with the captivating Muscle Shoals sound. With bankruptcy looming, MGM Records was in turmoil at this time and the album went almost completely unnoticed by the record buying public. A scheduled single from the LP, "The Promised Land"/"Woman You Got No Soul" was never issued. ( Peter Richmond)

Birth - Aug. 10, 1940 Beaver Dam, Dodge County, Wisconsin, USA / Death - Nov. 5, 2003 Kalamazoo County, Michigan, USA. Rock Singer. A member along with Bill Medley, they formed the musical group, "The Righteous Brothers." The two friends began playing together while attending the Anaheim High School, and soon began playing bars in Santa Ana, California, and proms. They went onto play professionally in 1962 as 'The Righteous Brothers' and signed with the Moonglow Record Label. The group went on had numerous Top Ten hits, many which were No. 1's, including, 'Little Latin Lupe Lu.,' 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin,' '(You're My) Soul and Inspiration,' and 'Rock And Roll Heaven.' In March 2003 the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The group's other recordings include, 'He,' ' Go Ahead And Cry,' 'Just Once In My Life,' 'Unchained Melody,' Great Pretender,' 'Sticks And Stones,' 'You'll Never Walk Alone,' 'Blues,' and 'Ebb-Tide.' The group went on recording together for several years and were part of the 1980s and 1990s oldies reunion circuits. Hatfield passed away in Kalamazoo, Michigan, at the age of 63, before 'The Righteous Brothers' were supposed to begin a tour at the Miller Auditorium.

            •   en.wikipedia - BobbyHatfield
            •   www.spectropop.com
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  Side One:
A1. You Left The Water Running - 03:00
A2. Let It Be - 04:40
A3. If I Asked You - 02:35
A4. The Promised Land - 03:01
A5. Shuckin' And Jivin' - 02:23
  Side Two:
B1. I Saw A Lark - 03:20
B2. You Get A Lot To Like - 02:55
B3. Show Me The Sunshine - 04:06
B4. The Feeling Is Right - 02:28
B5. Messin' In Muscle Shoals - 02:36


Members:
Baritone Saxophone – Ronnie Eades*
Bass – Bob Wray, Jerry Masters
Drums – Fred Prouty
Guitar – Junior Lowe*, Barry Rillera, Travis Wammack
Harmonica – Travis Wammack
Organ – Clayton Ivey
Piano – Clayton Ivey
Producer – Mickey Buckins
Tenor Saxophone – Aaron Varnell, Harvey Thompson
Trumpet – Harrison Calloway Jr.*, Jack Peck


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