Don Covay - Shingaling '67 / I Was There mp3 flac download
|Title:||Shingaling '67 / I Was There|
|Date of release:||1967|
|MP3 album size:||1554 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1483 mb|
|Digital formats:||DTS MIDI MP2 APE AU VQF MMF|
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Covay joined Mercury Records in 1972, as an A&R executive, while also starting to record his album Superdude. The album yielded two of his most successful songs, "I Was Checkin' Out, She Was Checkin' In" and "Somebody's Been Enjoying My Home". He followed up with two more successful singles, "It's Better to Have (and Don't Need)" in 1974, followed by "Rumble in the Jungle", inspired by the heavyweight boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman .
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Don Covay - I Was There FLAC download. Don Covay Soul 1967 UK. Performer: Don Covay. Shingaling '67. 2:40. Performer – Don Covay.
SOUL 45 Don Covay Atlantic PROMO 2375 Shingaling ’67 and I Was There. DON COVAY Super Dude I plus bonus tracks NEW Sealed R&B CD 19 tracks.
The relatively minor "Shingaling '67" at least made it as far as the R&B Top 50, but both "'40 Days-40 Nights"" and "You've Got Me on Your Critical List" sank without a trace. And even though Aretha Franklin scored one of her biggest and most enduring hits in 1968 with "Chain of Fools," written by Covay some 15 years earlier, his own recording that same year went nowhere. There he also began work on Superdude, the blistering 1973 album that many groove-heads regard as his masterpiece - the album yielded a pair of hits, the pop smash "I Was Checkin' Out While She Was Checkin' In" and "Somebody's Been Enjoying My Home. The gospel-inspired non-LP single "It's Better to Have (And Don't Need)" returned Covay to the charts in 1974, followed a year later by "Rumble in the Jungle," a novelty effort inspired by the now-legendary heavyweight bout pairing Muhammad Ali against George Foreman.
Shingaling '67, I Was There.
Shingaling ‘67 - Don Covay. Finding You, Loving You - Toni Eden. Mr Hyde - The Pussyfoot. In between, there was a constant flow of self-acknowledged corny jokes.
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Written-By – Covay*
|B||I Was There
Written-By – Covay*
- Manufactured By – Polydor Records Ltd.
- Published By – Carlin
- Producer – Bob Gallo
NotesUK Issue; three prong push-out centre
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- Matrix / Runout (A): *P* 584082 A//1 1 1
- Matrix / Runout (B): *P* 584082 B//1 1 1
|45-2375||Don Covay||I Was There / Shingaling '67 (7", Single, Promo)||Atlantic||45-2375||US||1967|
|45-2375||Don Covay||I Was There / Shingaling '67 (7", Single)||Atlantic||45-2375||US||1967|
|45-2375||Don Covay||I Was There (7", Promo)||Atlantic||45-2375||US||1967|