Although it isn't as sublime as the definitive The Man and His Music, Greatest Hits still does a good job of rounding up the majority of Sam Cooke's biggest pop hits. Ironically, it doesn't have enough gospel or R&B cuts, skipping over such essentials as "Touch the Hem of His Garment," "Ain't That Good News," and "A Change Is Gonna Come" in favor of such pop hits as "Sugar Dumpling . 20. Frankie and Johnny.
Artist: Sam Cooke Album: Greatest Hits Genre: Rhythm & Blues, Pop-Soul Origin: USA Label: RCA Records, BMG Entertainment Released: 1998 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. You Send Me 02. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons 0. Nothing Can Change This Love 18. Somebody Have Mercy 19. Send Me Some Lovin' 20. Frankie And Johnny 21. Little Red Rooster.
Album · 1960 · 12 Songs. Hits of the 50's Sam Cooke. Deep Sea Ball: The Best of Clyde McPhatter.
Sam Cooke - The Man and His Music (1986). 28 songs, all of them written by Cooke, all of them excellent. Chuck Berry - the Great 28 (1982). Also 28 songs (obviously), all of them written by Chuck Berry, all of them excellent. James Brown - 20 All Time Greatest Hits! (1991). Greatest Hits is a compilation album by the American rock band Journey, originally released in 1988 by Columbia Records. It is the band's best-selling career disc, spending 546 weeks on the Billboard 200 album chart (more than any other compilation album, except for Bob Marley's Legend disc, in history).
Listen free to Sam Cooke – At His Best (Sugar Dumpling, Somebody Have Mercy and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Often referred to as The King of Soul, Cooke had 29 Top 40 hits in the . between 1957 and 1964 including major hits You Send Me, A Change Is Gonna Come, Chain Gang and Wonderful World.
The Best of Sam Cooke is the second greatest hits album by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. Produced by Hugo & Luigi, the album was released in 1962 in the United States by RCA Victor. The compilation contains most of Sam Cooke's most well-known hits from 1957 to 1962.
From the start, Sam Cooke knew how to write the kind of song people wanted to hear Sam Cooke sing - his very first pop single, "You Send Me," was the perfect showcase for his effortlessly gorgeous melismas and easygoing charm. Cooke, who died in 1964, didn't live to see it become a civil rights anthem recorded by Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin and Beyoncé, or to hear the first African-American President of the United States quote it on the night he was elected.
Sam Cooke is almost begging his lady to not give him ammunition to finally wipe his hands of the situation. If what Sam Cooke was singing about was on a reality show, it would make for good TV. Outside of that, this song from the 1962 album Twistin’ The Night Away is one everybody whose tried everything to make a relationship work can relate to. 7. (What A) Wonderful World. He may not have the highest GPA and maybe his French teacher wouldn't appreciate how little he knows, but what Sam Cooke does know for sure is how much he loves this woman. Even if you don't know who Sam Cooke is, you know this popular song
|A3||That's It I Quit, I'm Moving On|
|A4||Send Me Some Lovin'|
|A5||You Send Me|
|B2||Bring It On Home To Me|
|B4||Frankie & Johnny|
|B5||Little Red Rooster|
|C1||Another Saturday Night|
|C2||Having A Party|
|C4||Cousin Of Mine|
|D2||Nothing Can Change This Love|
|D5||Twistin' The Night Away|
|TA-1064||Sam Cooke||20 Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Tee Vee Records Inc., Tee Vee International||TA-1064||Canada||1977|