Burning Soul! (LP, Album, Mono). GSL 333. The Flames (6). Burning Soul! (LP, Album, RE). Teal Record Company. South Africa. Burning Soul!
Burning Soul! The Flames. Your browser does not support the audio element. Don't Fight It. Don't Make Your Children Pay. Stop - Look & Listen. Tell it Like it Is.
This album closed with the Flames first take at covering a 1959 Jerry Butler soul classic For Your Precious Love. During these early years the Flames grew in fame and stature, often winning band competitions and polls. At age 12 Ricky Fataar won the title of Best Rock Drummer in South Africa. After Mitchell Duvall’s departure, the Flames needed a new singer/guitarist. In between Burning Soul and Soulfire The Flames also found time to help Una Valli record her masterpiece Soul Meeting by backing her on six of the twelve tracks. Thier collective version of Satisfaction gives Aretha Franklin something to think about ! Later that year they moved to London, where they played the club scene. It was at Blaise’s that the Beach Boys’ Al Jardine and Carl Wilson spotted them and later invited them to move to the United States and record for the Beach Boys own Brother label.
Artist: The Flames Title Of Album: Burning Soul they lived in Durban, not Jo-burg; recorded albums, rather than attempting the singles market; and they covered pre-existing songs rather th. 1967 - Burning Soul 1 You Got It Mad 2:28 2 Don't Fight It 3:03 3 Don't Make Your Children Play 3:19 4 Stop, Look And Listen 2:26 5 Tell It Like It Is 3:03 6 Land Of A Thousand Dances 2:33 7 Knock On Wood 2:41 8 Hold On I'm Coming 2:41. 9 When Somethin's Wrong With My Baby 3:39 10 Something You Got 2:48 11 Blue Colour 2:42 12 Purple Haze 4:17.
Burning Soul!, Soulfire!! Album Cover Art. The Flames.
The Flames was a musical rock group from Durban in South Africa. The band was originally formed in 1963 by guitarist Steve Fataar, bassist Brother Fataar (real name Edries Fataar), drummer George Faber and guitarist Eugene Champion. In 1970, they recorded the only non-Beach Boys album on the Brother records label, produced by Carl Wilson under the name "The Flame" (to avoid confusion with James Brown's The Famous Flames) Discography. Soul Meeting!! (1968). For Your Precious Love (1968 version of the song written by Arthur Brooks, Richard Brooks and Jerry Butler, and performed by Jerry Butler and The Impressions in 1958). Ball of Flames (1970). Burning Soul!/Soulfire (CD 2010).
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|A1||You Got It Made With Me|
|A2||Don't Fight It|
|A3||Don't Make Your Children Pay|
|A4||Stop, Look And Listen|
|A5||Tell It Like It Is|
|A6||Land Of A Thousand Dances|
|B1||Knock On Wood|
|B2||Hold On, I'm Coming|
|B3||When Something Is Wrong With My Baby|
|B4||Something You Got|
- Bass – Brother Fataar
- Drums – Ricky Fataar
- Guitar – Baby Duval, Blondie Chaplin, Steve Fataar
NotesEnglish re-issue of the 1967 original South African release on the Rave label.
|RMG 1232||The Flames||Burning Soul! (LP, Album, Mono)||Rave||RMG 1232||South Africa||1967|
|GSL 333||The Flames||Burning Soul! (LP, Album, RE)||Teal Record Company||GSL 333||South Africa||1989|
|SRMG 1232||The Flames||Burning Soul! (LP, Album)||Rave||SRMG 1232||South Africa||1968|
|PMEO 9454||The Flames||Burning Soul! (LP, Album, Mono)||Parlophone||PMEO 9454||Australia||Unknown|
|BP 1038||The Flames||Burning Soul! (LP, Album)||Rave||BP 1038||South Africa||Unknown|