I Can't Stop is the 27th studio album by American soul singer Al Green, released in 2003. It was produced by Willie Mitchell. It was released by Blue Note Records on November 17, 2003, in the United Kingdom and on November 18 in the United States. The album was Green's first since 1995, his first for Blue Note, and his first collaboration with Mitchell since 1985's He Is the Light; it was also Green's first entirely secular recording since the 1970s.
Al Green lyrics - 185 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Let's Stay Together", "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?", "Tired Of Being Alone". album: "Al Green Gets Next To You" (1971). I Can't Get Next To You Are You Lonely For Me, Baby? God Is Standing By Tired Of Being Alone I'm A Ram Driving Wheel Light My Fire You Say It Right Now, Right Now All Because. album: "I'm Still In Love With You" (1972). I'm Still In Love With You I'm Glad You're Mine Love And Happiness What A Wonderful Thing Love Is Simply Beautiful Oh, Pretty Woman For The Good Times Look What You Done For Me One Of These Good Old Days. album: "Let's Stay Together" (1972).
Listen to I Can't Get Started from Urbie Green's The Complete Persuasive Trombone - Big Band & Sextet for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Urban Clifford "Urbie" Green (August 8, 1926 – December 31, 2018) was an American jazz trombonist who toured with Woody Herman, Gene Krupa, Jan Savitt, and Frankie Carle. He played on over 250 recordings and released more than two dozen albums as a soloist, and was highly respected by his fellow trombonists.
Album: Gets Next To You. Release year: 1971. Al Green - Are You Lonely for Me, Baby 03:58. Album: Gets Next To You. Al Green: best 2 tracks. Al Green - All Because Gets Next To You, 1971 02:50. Al Green - Are You Lonely for Me, Baby Gets Next To You, 1971 03:58.
Green’s last two albums (2003’s I Can’t Stop and 2005’s Everything’s OK) reunited him with producer Willie Mitchell, who led all of his classic sessions for Hi Records in the Seventies. I wanted to make the true follow-up to The Belle Album, which is considered the last quote-unquote real Al Green record, Thompson says. And I do think this is his most heartfelt record since then. While guiding a force of nature like Al Green was daunting, Thompson eventually found the secret. The key is that you have to mute everything else, he says, and let Al shine. In This Article: Al Green, Collaboration, Lay It Down, Questlove.
How can you stop the sun from shining? What makes the world go round? How can you mend this broken man? . I can still feel the breeze that rustles through the trees And misty memories of days gone by We could never see tomorrow Would you believe that no one No one said a word about the sorrow. And how can you mend a broken heart?(and mine is) How can you stop the rain from falling down? How can you stop the sun from shining? What makes the world go round? (And sometime I have to say, yeah). Tell me) Help me mend my broken heart I just wanna, I just wanna, I just wanna I just wanna, I just wanna live again, baby
Al Green reached his creative peak with the brilliant Call Me, the most inventive and assured album of his career " With barely perceptible changes in mood, Call Me covers remarkable ground, spanning from "Stand Up" - a call to. arms delivered with characteristic understatement - to renditions of Hank Williams'.
Al Green is an African American singer, songwriter and record producer, best known for recording a series of soul hit single. His follow-up album, Al Green Gets Next to You (1971), featured the hit R&B cover of the Temptations' "I Can't Get Next to You", recorded in a slow blues-oriented version. The album also featured his first significant hit, "Tired of Being Alone", which sold a million copies and was certified gold, becoming the first of seven consecutive gold singles Green would record in the next couple of years. Green's next album, Let's Stay Together (January 1972), solidified his place in soul music. Green again reunited with Willie Mitchell in 2003 for the album, I Can't Stop. A year later, Green re-recorded his previous song, "Simply Beautiful", with Queen Latifah on the latter's album, The Dana Owens Album. In 2005, Green and Mitchell collaborated on Everything's OK.
|1||I Can't Stop
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Electric Piano – Lester SnellElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Willie MitchellFlute – Lannie McMillan
|2||Play To Win||4:39|
|3||Rainin' In My Heart||4:46|
|4||I've Been Waitin' On You||3:44|
Organ – Lester SnellPiano – Robert Clayborne
|7||Million To One||4:53|
|8||My Problem Is You
Organ – Robert Clayborne
|9||I'd Still Choose You||4:07|
|10||I've Been Thinkin' Bout You
Guitar – Charles "Skip" Pitts
|11||I'd Write A Letter||3:54|
Clarinet – Lannie McMillanVocals – Lawrence Mitchell
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