James Carr - Take Me To The Limit download album
Take Me To The Limit (LP, Album). Ace. CH 310. Germany. GW-5002 CD. James Carr.
James Carr's comeback, on a resurrected Goldwax label. It doesn't quite live up to his '60s stuff - maybe nothing could - but it is good, contemporary Southern soul in the classic vein, and it's great to have him back.
A Man Needs a Woman is a 1968 album by James Carr. This would be the last of Carr's albums until his come-back album Take Me to the Limit in 1991. After Carr's death in 2001, Kent Records re-released the album with several bonus tracks in 2003. A Man Needs a Woman" (O. B. McClinton) – 2:49. Stronger Than Love" (Clarence Shields) – 2:31. You Didn't Know It But You Had Me " (Dolly Greer, George Jackson) – 1:59.
James Edward Carr (June 13, 1942 – January 7, 2001), was an American rhythm and blues and soul singer, described as "one of the greatest pure vocalists that deep Southern soul ever produced. Born to a Baptist preacher's family in Coahoma, Mississippi, he moved with his parents to Memphis, Tennessee, at the age of three. Carr began singing in church, and performed in gospel groups including the Harmony Echoes, at the same time as making tables on an assembly line in Memphis.
Skip to YouTube video. Take Me To The Limit. 1 more album featuring this track. The Key the Secret (Glamourously Developed mix). Take me to the limit (House version). Crying In The Rain (Grosser Club Mix).
Since the rest of Carr's legend revolves around his long periods of seclusion, I attributed the undistanced commitment of his rare, recent live show to the fact that he'd never sung his great songs into the ground. Having since located this record, I now suspect that some of those I thought I'd forgotten were new. "Take Me to the Limit" and "She's Already Gone" are squarely in the obsessive tradition of "Dark End of the Street," which belonged to him first.
James Carr was born June 13, 1942, 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). Both Carr and Echoes manager Roosevelt Jamison had been harboring ambitions for careers in secular music, and the two began looking for a solo deal for Carr in 1963. Carr was even able to return to the road, touring the blues circuits in America and Europe. In 1994, he released another album on Claunch's new Soultrax label, titled Soul Survivor.
James Carr (musician), James Edward Carr June 13, 1942 – January 7, 2001, was an American rhythm and blues and soul singer, described as one of the greatest pure vocal. released another album, Soul Survivor, in 1994. He was diagnosed with lung cancer in the mid-1990s, and died in a Memphis nursing home in 2001, aged 58. Discography. A Man Needs a Woman 1968. Take Me To The Limit 1991. Complete, Vol 1 1994. Complete, Vol 2 1994 Goldwax. The Essential James Carr 1995 Razor & Tie. 24 Karat Soul 2001 Soultrax. The Complete Goldwax Singles 2001 Kent. My Soul Is Satisfied/The Rest of James Carr 2004 Kent. a b c Eagle, Bob; LeBlanc, Eric S 2013 Blues - A Regional Experience Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishers p 204 ISBN 978-0313344237.
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|1||Take Me To The Limit|
|4||You Gotta Love Your Woman|
|5||High On Your Love|
|6||She's Already Gone|
|7||Our Garden Of Eden|
|8||I Can't Leave Your Love Alone|
|9||What's A Little Love Between Friends|
|10||Lack Of Attention|
|CH 310||James Carr||Take Me To The Limit (LP, Album)||Ace||CH 310||Germany||1991|
|vgcd-007||James Carr||Take Me To The Limit (CD, Album)||Goldwax Records||vgcd-007||Japan||1991|
|GW-5002 CD||James Carr||Take Me To The Limit (CD, Album)||Goldwax Records||GW-5002 CD||US||Unknown|
|CDCH 310||James Carr||Take Me To The Limit (CD, Album, RE)||Ace||CDCH 310||UK||1991|