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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Otis Clay 1996 The Best Of Otis Clay The Hi Records Years


Genre: Soul
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:11:04
Size: 130,16 MB

United States

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Best of the Hi Records Years is an excellent collection of Otis Clay's early-'70s heyday, featuring such songs as "If I Could Reach Out" and the classic "Trying to Live My Life Without You." Although these recordings aren't quite as gritty as his singles for One-derful! and Cotillion Records, the tight Hi rhythm section keeps things at a steady, sexy groove, so they are nevertheless excellent and deeply soulful and are arguably his best work, making this compilation an essential addition to any comprehensive '70s soul collection.



Tracklist:

01 - I Can't Take It 04:02

02 - Let Me Be The One 02:26

03 - Trying To Live My Life Without You 02:49

04 - You Can't Keep Running From My Love 02:45

05 - You Did Something To Me 02:57

06 - I Die A Little Each Day 02:37

07 - She's About A Mover 03:01

08 - I Love You, I Need You 05:41

09 - Slow And Easy 03:15

10 - Too Many Hands 02:43

11 - I Didn't Know The Meaning Of Pain 02:47

12 - If I Could Reach Out 02:51

13 - Brand New Thing 02:58

14 - Hard Working Woman 02:48

15 - Home Is Where The Heart Is 02:53

16 - I Can't Make It Alone 02:50

17 - Precious Precious 03:16

18 - Is It Over 03:34

19 - The Woman Don't Live Here No More 03:41

20 - That's How It Is (When You're In Love) 02:58

21 - Holding On To A Dying Love 02:48

22 - I'm Qualified 02:36

23 - I've Got To Find A Way (To Get You Back) 02:48





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