You Had to Be There is a live double album by the American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was originally released in October 1978 as ABC AK-1008/2 and later re-released on ABC's successor label MCA. It is the first of Buffett's many live albums and his tenth album overall. The original vinyl print album included a fold-out poster showing many photos taken during the 1978 tour.
When a Man Loves a Woman" is a song written by Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright and first recorded by Percy Sledge in 1966 at Norala Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. It made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts. Singer and actress Bette Midler recorded the song 14 years later and had a Top 40 hit with her version in 1980.
Percy Sledge – When a Man Loves a Woman. They were his band-mates in a group called the Esquires Combo, whose song Why Did You Leave Me, Baby? had been transformed into When a Man Loves a Woman, largely through Sledge’s contributions. Despite claiming it was God’s will that he should give away his rights to the song, Sledge later confessed that it was the worst decision I ever made
Chords for Misty Morning - Percy Sledge with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. First You Cry By Percy Sledge & The Aces Band ~ Lyrics On Screen ~. Extract Chords. Percy Sledge - Fall Inside your Eyes.
Percy! (CD, Album, RE). Charly Records. Percy! (LP, Album).
You just had the feeling that none of these people were going to be too involved with the war," he said. Appears on: Willy and the Poor Boys (Fantasy). We decided to make a guitar album, but then I wrote all the songs on piano," Springsteen said of his third album, Born to Run. "Thunder Road," its opening track, is a cinematic tale of redemption with a title borrowed from a 1958 hillbilly noir starring Robert Mitchum as a bootlegger with a car that can't be beat (though the Boss had never actually seen the movie). Percy Sledge, ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’. Writers: Calvin Lewis, Andrew Wright Producers: Marlin Greene, Quin Ivy Released: March '66, Atlantic 13 weeks; No. 1. Sledge was touring the South with an R&B combo called the Esquires when producer Ivy heard him belt out an intense, pleading ballad at the local Elks Club.
Features Song Lyrics for Percy Sledge's Let There Be Drums! Volume 2: The '60s album.
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|WS4 03612||Percy Sledge||You Had To Be There (7", Single, Promo)||Monument||WS4 03612||US||1983|