reemjuraid:

SAM COOKE - IF I HAD A HAMMER

A Lost Piece Of Soul History Appears

openupandsay:

In the early 1960s when soul star Sam Cooke had his own record label, SAR, he recorded songs by his younger brother, L.C. Cooke. Fifty years years, the complete set’s finally issued.

…click here to read the full article.

[originally published via Music on August 05, 2014 at 03:28PM]

nandyrangel:

Sam Cooke | Bring it on Home to Me | 1962

shawnkidbaby:

#Sam Cooke #King of Soul

These Foolish Things

Sam Cooke — The Man Who Invented Soul [Disc 3]

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tabletoplo:

been on a serious Sam Cooke binge

jimmyshelton:

Sam Cooke: Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen by Legacy Recordings

You Send Me

Sam Cooke — Songs by Sam Cooke

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top500songs:

115.

"You Send Me" was released by American R&B singer Sam Cooke in 1958 as the first track on his debut studio album "Songs by Sam Cooke" through Keen Records. It was written by Sam Cooke. The song peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

Twistin' The Night Away

Sam Cooke — Live At The Harlem Square Club

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daaaveabrams:

You feel like you wanna twist a little while huh? 

I said do you feel like you wanna twist a little while?!

Alright let’s go!

A-one…

A-two…

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