8 thoughts on “ Am I Black Enough For You? - Billy Paul - The Very Best Of Billy Paul (CD) ”

  1. Very sad to hear, he died this year for all the people want to know a bit more of this wonderful soul special singer (one of the very few, that didn´t came from the gospel/church school, because he was from his early begining more a blues/jazz singer kind of), here is a very good swedish film about his life: "I Am Black Enough For You" () from director Göran Olsson.
  2. Billy Paul, Soundtrack: Beautiful Girls. Billy Paul was born on December 1, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Paul Williams. He was married to Blanche Williams. He died on April 24, in Blackwood, New Jersey, USA.
  3. Billy Paul - Very Best Of Billy Paul. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ When Love Is New Audio CD (August 20, ) Billy's Back Home Am I Black Enough For You How Good Is Your Game Thanks For Saving My Life Let's Make A Baby Let 'Em In4/5(1).
  4. Listen free to Billy Paul – Billy Paul - The Very Best Of (Me and Mrs. Jones, Am I Black Enough for You? and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at snelgantaginowsprodarsulacatuara.coinfo
  5. May 25,  · Even though he had just passed away recently (In as I type this) Billy Paul was one of the more innovative and energetic singers of the s. From his signature song, to all the other songs on this CD set, he was a very creative and soulful singer. He will be missed/5().
  6. Philadelphia-born vocalist Billy Paul was comfortable with both soul and jazz, and his best-known song, the hit "Me and Mrs. Jones," borrowed a bit from both styles with its polished arrangement and Paul's thoughtful phrasing conveying a tale of illicit love. While "Me and Mrs. Jones" was far and away Paul's biggest hit, he was a regular visitor to the R&B charts in the 7/
  7. With “ Am I Black Enough for You,” Billy Paul embodied what would be the on-going tension at Philadelphia International Records, that of being able to sell records to a broad mainstream audience, while still articulating Gamble and Huff’s calls for Black progress and self-determination -- how to shake asses like Motown and commit publicly to Social Justice in a manner like Al Bell.
  8. Apr 06,  · Billy Paul might've been just an archetypal '70s Philly-soul love man with a slightly over-formal jazz-trained voice, melodramatic arrangements, and one great cheating song (the title track), but there was a side of him that was a revolutionary dressed as a Casanova: some of his best crooning was in the service of black power/5().

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