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Billy Paul - Feelin Good At The Cadillac Club (Remastered) (2014)

16-10-2014, 18:30
Music | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE



Billy Paul - Feelin Good At The Cadillac Club (Remastered) (2014)


Artist: Billy Paul
Title Of Album: Feelin Good At The Cadillac Club
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Big Break Records
Genre: Funk, Soul
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 35:46 Min
Total Size: 222 Mb

Tracklist:

01. Billy Boy
02. Missing You
03. Bluesette
04. Clear Day
05. Just In Time
06. That’s Life
07. Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
08. Feelin’ Good
09. Somewhere

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Grammy Award winner BILLY PAUL began singing at the age of 12 and sometimes performed on local radio shows. Drawing inspiration from his family's collection of 78's, Paul would incorporate Jazz, R&B and Pop into his style, resulting in a unique sound that became synonymous with Philadelphia International Records throughout the 1970's. Billy became well known on his local circuit, singing in clubs and later around college campuses all over the country, which later led to him performing live with some of the biggest names in black music of the 60's and 70's including Dinah Washington, Miles Davis, Nina Simone and Roberta Flack to name a few. Having signed to the Gamble label Paul released his first LP FEELIN' GOOD AT THE CADILLAC CLUB in 1968, which started a long standing and very successful relationship with the formidable song writing and production duo Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. FEELIN' GOOD... is an exciting studio- live club date recording combination and was produced entirely by the man himself.

Billy Paul had a good run in the '70s as an R&B vocalist, though he'd been recording since the '50s, when he debuted on Jubilee. Paul was featured on radio broadcasts in Philadelphia at age 11 and had an extensive jazz background. He worked with Dinah Washington, Miles Davis, and Roberta Flack, as well as Charlie Parker, before forming a trio and recording for Jubilee. His original 1959 recording of "Ebony Woman" for New Dawn was later re-recorded for Neptune as the title of his 1970 LP. He signed the next year with Philadelphia International and scored his biggest hit with "Me & Mrs. Jones" in 1972, topping both the R&B and pop charts. Paul had one other Top Ten R&B single, "Thanks for Saving My Life," in 1974. He remained on Philadelphia International until the mid-'80s. Paul recorded one LP for Total Experience in 1985, Lately, and another for Ichiban before announcing his retirement in 1989 in London. But he's since done several club dates, both in America and overseas.





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Chiefhedog   User offline   26 April 2016 11:00


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