Slip Away" is a song written by William Armstrong, Marcus Daniel, and Wilbur Terrell and performed by Clarence Carter. It reached on the . R&B chart, on the . pop chart, and on the Canadian chart in 1968. It was featured on his 1968 album This Is Clarence Carter. The song was arranged and produced by Rick Hall. The song ranked on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1968. The single's B-side, "Funky Fever", reached on the . R&B chart and on the .
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Clarence Carter, the Blues Man with the gutbucket chuckle, talented guitarist, tongue-in-cheek lyricist and purveyor of downhome soulful grooves, waxed his first solo album in ’68, recording most of it at the fabled FAME studios in Muscle Shoals, which became something of a home base during his Atlantic years. This Is Clarence Carter’ opens on a brooding, low key note – not quite in sync with the carefree, humorous image of the big, blind soul belter
Features Song Lyrics for Clarence Carter's This is Clarence Carter album. Clarence Carter - This is Clarence Carter Album Lyrics. 1. Do What You Gotta Do Lyrics. Clarence Carter Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Clarence Carter Lyrics.
Fine country-soul, blues, and humorous/novelty tracks by Clarence Carter, then at his peak both artistically and musically. He didn't score any big hits from this album, but played with the exuberance and earthy charisma that marked his biggest Atlantic hits.
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Clarence George Carter is an American blues and soul singer, musician, songwriter and record producer. Born blind and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Carter's earliest releases were as half of the duo Clarence And Calvin. Also known as the "C And C Boys", the blind duo made seven singles, the last of which was recorded at Fame's Muscle Shoals studio. When his partner Calvin Thomas suffered serious injuries in a car accident in 1966, Carter became a solo act.
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