From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her debut studio album,. Baby One More Time (1999). It was released on December 15, 1999 by Jive Records as the fifth and final single from the album.
Listen to Black And Blue Bottom from Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang's The Ultimate Jazz Archive 18 - 1926 - 33 (1 Of 4) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Ultimate Jazz Archive 18 - 1926 - 33 (1 Of 4). Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang. 26 more albums featuring this track.
Save My Soul is the fourth studio album by swing group Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. All songs written by Scotty Morris, except where noted. Zig Zaggity Woop Woop Pt. 1 - 2:32. You Know You Wrong - 4:47. Always Gonna Get Ya - 2:52. Don't You" Feel My Leg (. Baker, K. Harris) - 4:58. Next Week Sometime (Traditional) - 3:21. 2 - 4:44. Scotty Morris- vocals, guitar.
This album definitely sets the standard of what we call today Smooth Soul. Al Green is a timeless testamony of love and happiness. Yes Al we’re still in love with your music. A masterpiece in psychedelic soul from The Temptations - perhaps the most perfectly realized album from their years working with Norman Whitfield! The set’s awash in that bottom-heavy, rumbling funk mode that Whitfield brought to the group at the end of the 60s - served up in bold tracks that push the group’s vocals to a whole new level, and which bring in a more righteous sound than anyone might have expected previously from Motown!
Chicago soul belter Walter Jackson didn't have many hits. Even the hits he managed to have were pretty weak. What he did have was an undeniably great voice and a raft of great songs. Collectables' It's an Uphill Climb (To the Bottom) is drawn from Jackson's years at Okeh Records in the mid-'60s and unfortunately doesn't contain many of Jackson's best songs. Jackson saves the day with his bedrock steady vocals but this is not his best material from the Okeh years. You can find that on The Best of Walter Jackson: Welcome Home - The Okeh Years, a collection that also features some of the standards featured here but surrounds them with some first-class pop-soul like "My Ship Is Coming In" and "Speak Her Name. It will do a much better job of satisfying your Walter Jackson from the mid-'60s needs.
George Duke Joe Sample Robert Glasper. Earl's lyrics, written from the heart, were an emotional appeal for a better world. The "The Fillmore Connections has a standout track, Peace of Mind that's especially soulful, speaking to a universal need for peace. Whether you’re looking for ambiance or inspiration, The Fillmore Connections would take you there. Walter Earl, piano, Fender Rhodes, strings, vocals; Keith Silverman, guitar; Marcus Phillips, bass; Thomas McCree, drums. Walter pops with the chops on this album! His own compositions should become classics, with lyrics and soul that will touch your heart. I'm giving the Fillmore Connection CD to all my friends.
Down at the bottom of your mystery Down at the bottom of the wine-dark sea. Saw your old lady in the park today The legendary smile is wearing thin Behind that guessing game you make her play Now that she knows that she could never win I guess you're never gonna take her down Down to the bottom of your little black heart Lay with her naked on the cold hard ground To watch the sun rise. Down in the bottom where your lifeline shows Down in the bottom where nobody goes.
|1||From The Bottom Of My Soul (Radio Version)||4:25|
|2||From The Bottom Of My Soul (Groovy Harp)||5:20|
|3||From The Bottom Of My Soul (Groovy Guitart)||4:21|
|4||From The Bottom Of My Soul (Short Mix)||3:58|