8 thoughts on “ James Carr - I Cant Make It / Lovers Competition (Vinyl)

  1. The Complete James Carr - Goldwax CD There goes my usta be / These arms of mine / She's better than you / I want to know / Forgetting you / My adorable one / She's got my mind messed up / Loveable girl / Let it happen / A woman is a man's bessed friend / Message to young lovers / To love somebody / Pouring water on a drowning man / Love.
  2. Jul 27,  · DJ PHIL TheOstendman POPCORN TUNE - NORTHERN SOUL - RARE DETROIT - MOTOWN original vinyl & CD from my collection (over 35 years) follow me to FACEBOOK: POPCORN WORLD MUSIC fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.xyzinfook.
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: James Carr - I Can't Make It / Lover's Competition - Goldwax - USA - GW
  4. James Carr was born June 13, , in Coahoma County, MS, near Clarksdale; his father, a minister, moved the family to Memphis when Carr was very young. Carr began singing in church at age nine, and performed with several area gospel groups in his teenage years, including the Harmony Echoes (though not, as legend had it, the Soul Stirrers).
  5. James Carr - I Can't Make It / Lover's Competition - Goldwax - USA () Next by Artist James Carr - These Arms Of Mine / Let's Face Facts - Deep Soul [Kent] - UK ().
  6. Aug 27,  · Stark, minimal brilliance, hard to imagine anyone doing better(and he almost did with "Warm And Tender Love," also a great one. James Carr's "The Dark End Of The Street"--hell, all his stuff for the Goldwax label--was a welcome companion to Sledge's southern soul, but he never garnered the mainstream success Sledge enjoyed(at least for the
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  8. Carr was certainly one of the finest deep soul singers of the golden era but struggled with a misdiagnosed health issue for years. Once on the proper medication he was able to resume his career and this is a good example of his return to form. Any fan of James Carr would probably enjoy this release although it is a bit short in length/5(5).

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