8 thoughts on “ Send Me Some Lovin - Sam Cooke - Greatest Hits (CD) ”

  1. Although it isn't as sublime as the definitive The Man and His Music, Greatest Hits still does a good job of rounding up the majority of Sam Cooke's biggest pop hits. Ironically, it doesn't have enough gospel or R&B cuts, skipping over such essentials as "Touch the Hem of His Garment," "Ain't That Good News," and "A Change Is Gonna Come" in favor of such pop hits as "Sugar .
  2. With frontman Steve Perry applying lessons learned from Sam Cooke, Journey’s Greatest Hits often sounds like a primer in pop idealism. “Lights” is a mellow smile about the joys of city life, “Any Way You Want It” a tip of the hat to Everygirl.
  3. Send Me Some Lovin' This song is by Sam Cooke and appears on the album Mr. Soul () on the compilation album Greatest Hits ().
  4. Editors’ Notes Sam Cooke's decision to shift away from The Soul Stirrers' gospel and blend R&B with pop music meant Cooke indeed "invented" soul music for the '60s. This extensive career survey starts with his early pop successes, such as "You Send Me," "For Sentimental Reasons," and select album tracks.
  5. The CD is a sing-along from the first selection, "You Send Me," to the last, "Summertime." The styles are blues, R&B, soul, and inspirational, and Cooke handles them all with the assurance of a master technician. There are other Sam Cooke compilations, but this one is super-sweet.
  6. Send me some of that lovin' baby (Send it I pray) Send it I, I, I, I pray (How can I love you?) How in the world can I love you? (When you're so far away) When you're so, so, so far away (Send my your picture) Send me your picture baby (Send it my dear) And oh send it my dear (So I can hold it) I want so badly to hold it (And pretend that you.
  7. Dec 04,  · The Best of Sam Cooke is the second greatest hits album by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. Produced by Hugo & Luigi, the album was released in in the United States by RCA Victor. The compilation contains most of Sam Cooke's most well-known hits 4/5(1).
  8. The track Greatest Hits finds a better balance between Cooke's pop and soul hits than the song Best of Sam Cooke, but both discs suffer from the inexplicable lack of his masterful "A Change Is Gonna Come."Price: $

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