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8 thoughts on “ I‘ve Got A Woman - Delaney & Bonnie - Genesis (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Genesis on Discogs. Label: GNP Crescendo - GNPS ,GNP Crescendo - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • 2/5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Genesis on Discogs. Label: GNP Crescendo - GNPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Delaney & Bonnie - Genesis (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(14).
  3. Delaney & Bonnie - DELANEY & BONNIE GENESIS vinyl record - anquasibowissehealthmagoodsvabnilu.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address 4/5(1).
  4. For an album that is clearly a compilation of older material meant to capitalize on the fame from Delaney & Bonnie's hits on Atco, this is a true find! There are only three tracks from the duo, all produced by Leon Russell; the nine other titles are Delaney Bramlett solo, six produced by Jackie DeShannon, three others with no producer credited.. Despite the slight deception -- that this 5/
  5. – Delaney Bramlett: Tomorrow Never Comes: 5 – Delaney & Bonnie: I Can‘t Take It Much Longer: 6 – Delaney Bramlett: I‘ve Got A Woman: 7 – Delaney Bramlett: Lonely Me: 8 – Delaney Bramlett: Without Your Love: 9 – Delaney Bramlett: Better Man Than Me: 10 – Delaney Bramlett: Liverpool Lou: 11 – Delaney Bramlett: You Never Looked.
  6. In addition, GNP Crescendo Records (US) and London Records (UK) released an album of recordings by Delaney Bramlett in as Delaney & Bonnie: Genesis. While not a Delaney & Bonnie album per se, Bonnie Bramlett does appear with Delaney on three of this album's .
  7. Jan 09,  · by Delaney & Bonnie. From the "Genesis" LP For an album that is clearly a compilation of older material meant to capitalize on the fame from Delaney & Bonnie's hits on Atco, The "Genesis" LP.
  8. Produced by DeShannon, 'I Can't Take Much Longer' was co-written by Bramlett and guitarist Steve Cropper. A wonderful, mids blue-eyed soul mid-tempo shouter, the result was one of the album's standout performances. I've been told this featured Delaney and Bonnie on lead vocals, but to my ears the female vocal sure sounded a lot like DeShannon.

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