Where I'm Coming From by Dave Keller, released 09 September 2011 1. More Than I Can Stand 2. Steppin' Out 3. If I Ever Got You Back 4. The Things We Have To Do (feat. Tre' Williams) 5. That's The Way I Want To Live My Life 6. Are You Going Where I'm Coming From 7. Too Weak To Fight 8. Strictly Reserved For You 9. Baby Please Come Back Home 10. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man 11. You Hurt Me For The Last Time 12. If It's Really Got To Be This Way Winner, Best Self-Produced CD, 2012, International Blues Challenge, Memphis, TN, sponsored by The Blues Foundation.
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Where I'm Coming From is a 1971 album by Stevie Wonder. The album was released by Motown Records on April 12, 1971 and peaked on the Billboard Pop Albums at and on the Billboard R&B Albums Chart at All nine songs were written by Wonder and Motown singer-songwriter Syreeta Wright, his first wife. It was the last album produced under his first contract with Motown Records. Including live albums, this is Stevie Wonder's fifteenth album overall, and thirteenth studio album.
Album: Where I'm Coming From, 2011. Dave came in to the barbershop and picked up my old guitar and rocked it out with his rendition of this song. com for a great haircut. Has been played on. Greece 1.
Dave Keller has been called one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. com recently said, "Dave Keller is gonna be huge!" Dave was 'discovered by Ronnie Earl and Keller appeared as a singer and co-writer on Earl's BMA-nominated CD, Living In the Light. How did winning the best self-produced CD impact Dave? What are his plans for 2012? Where did this young man come from? All things.
Dave Keller is one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. com recently said, "Dave Keller is gonna be huge!", and it's starting to seem that way. After being discoverd by legendary guitarist Ronnie Earl (at a Stevie Wonder concert, no less), Keller appeared as a singer and co-writer on Earl's BMA-nominated CD, Living In the Light.
Dave Keller is raising funds for Dave Keller Brings It All Home! on Kickstarter! My goal/dream for this CD is to record my very best original songs with my guys, harnessing the unique magic that is the four of u. 2011 - I released Where I’m Coming From, an album of obscure soul covers, recorded in Brooklyn, backed by The Revelations. It won Best Self-Produced CD of the Year at The International Blues Challenge (IBC). 2013 - I released Soul Changes, comprised of originals and covers, funded by my fans, recorded in Memphis (with Al Green’s original band) and in Brooklyn (with The Revelations).
This is not Stevie Wonder’s first self-produced album he did his last, Signed. Sealed and Delivered. as tight and soul-satisfying as any to have come out of Motown but clearly Where I’m Coming From is an attempt to establish a more completely personal, idiosyncratic style and project it on his own terms. Already one of the most inventive, expressive singers performing today, Stevie apparently wanted an opportunity to loosen up outside the confines of the typical Motown single.
One month before he turned 21, Stevie Wonder released Where I'm Coming From, the most distinctive record of his young career, and one that looked forward - in its breadth of material as well as its futuristic production aesthetic - to his many successes later in the '70s
|1||More Than I Can Stand|
|3||If I Ever Got You Back|
|4||The Things We Have To Do
Featuring – Tre' Williams*
|5||That's The Way I Want To Live My Life|
|6||Are You Going Where I'm Coming From|
|7||Too Weak To Fight|
|8||Strictly Reserved For You|
|9||Baby Please Come Back Home|
|10||Pouring Water On A Drowning Man|
|11||You Hurt Me For The Last Time|
|12||If It's Really Got To Be This Way|