Category: Rock

  1. Yojas Reply
    Wilson Pickett's first album, from , was a bit of a hodgepodge, including singles from as far back as Three of these tracks were actually issued as singles by The Falcons (for whom Pickett sang lead) before he started his solo career; others were issued as singles before Pickett broke through as a national star with the title track. This track album doesn't really suffer as a Price: $
  2. Tygolkis Reply
    In the Midnight Hour Lyrics: I'm gonna wait 'till the midnight hour / That's when my love comes tumbling down / I'm gonna wait 'till the midnight hour / When there's no one else around / I'm gonna.
  3. Vitaxe Reply
    Wilson Pickett. Wilson Pickett (March 18, – January 19, ) was an American R&B/Soul singer and songwriter. Update this biography» Complete biography of Wilson Pickett».
  4. Moogudal Reply
    Wilson Pickett's first album, from , was a bit of a hodgepodge, including singles from as far back as Three of these tracks were actually issued as singles by The Falcons (for whom Pickett sang lead) before he started his solo career; others were issued as singles before Pickett broke through as a national star with the title track. This track album doesn't really suffer as a.
  5. Tygokus Reply
    Wilson Pickett (March 18, – January 19, ) was an American singer and songwriter.. A major figure in the development of American soul music, Pickett recorded over 50 songs which made the US R&B charts, many of which crossed over to the Billboard Hot Among his best-known hits are "In the Midnight Hour" (which he co-wrote), "Land of 1, Dances", "Mustang Sally", and "Funky Broadway".
  6. Zoloshura Reply
    Jan 01,  · In the Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett R&B/Soul · Preview SONG TIME In the Midnight Hour. 1. PREVIEW Teardrops Will Fall. 2. PREVIEW Take a Little Love I Found a Love (Single Version) 5. PREVIEW That's a Man's Way. 6. PREVIEW I'm Gonna Cry Released on: January 01,
  7. Kekora Reply
    "In the Midnight Hour" went to number one R&B and number 21 pop in the summer of The In the Midnight Hour LP made it to number six R&B, number pop and included "Don't Fight It" and his remake of the Falcons' "I Found a Love.".
  8. Marisar Reply
    The title came from something Steve Cropper heard Wilson singing on one of his gospel tracks. Said Cropper: "Wilson says he wrote the song but, you know, I listened to some old church stuff he sang on and he was singing, 'See my Jesus in the midnight hour, see my Jesus in the midnight hour," over and over, and I said, 'I'm gonna see my girl in the midnight hour,' what about that?'".