Four CD set. SoulMusic Records is proud to present a first-of-it's-kind complete collection of all of the Atlantic and Stax recordings by Carla Thomas, released between 1960-1968. With a total of 94 tracks, Let Me Be Good To You celebrates 'The First Lady Of Stax Records' whose 1961 classic hit 'Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)' led to the Memphis-based label's distribution with Atlantic Records. Sequenced by session, the deluxe 4-CD set includes tracks from Carla's four solo albums, plus the famed 1967 King & Queen LP of duets with the late Otis Redding. The 'A' and 'B' sides of all of Carla's singles - including (28) non-album tracks - are featured including Carla's duets with her famous father, Rufus Thomas, along with five live recordings from Carla's 1967 performances in London and Paris with the famed Stax/Volt Revue. Produced by SoulMusic Records founder David Nathan, Let Me Be Good To You - The Atlantic & Stax Recordings (1960-1968) boasts a stellar 8,000-word extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring with 2020 quotes from Stax executive Al Bell, famed songwriter/producer David Porter, Carla's sister Vaneese (a recording artist in her own right) and former Stax publicist and songwriter Deanie Parker and others.
Four CD set. SoulMusic Records is proud to present a first-of-it's-kind complete collection of all of the Atlantic and Stax recordings by Carla Thomas, released between 1960-1968. With a total of 94 tracks, Let Me Be Good To You celebrates 'The First Lady Of Stax Records' whose 1961 classic hit 'Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)' led to the Memphis-based label's distribution with Atlantic Records. Sequenced by session, the deluxe 4-CD set includes tracks from Carla's four solo albums, plus the famed 1967 King & Queen LP of duets with the late Otis Redding. The 'A' and 'B' sides of all of Carla's singles - including (28) non-album tracks - are featured including Carla's duets with her famous father, Rufus Thomas, along with five live recordings from Carla's 1967 performances in London and Paris with the famed Stax/Volt Revue. Produced by SoulMusic Records founder David Nathan, Let Me Be Good To You - The Atlantic & Stax Recordings (1960-1968) boasts a stellar 8,000-word extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring with 2020 quotes from Stax executive Al Bell, famed songwriter/producer David Porter, Carla's sister Vaneese (a recording artist in her own right) and former Stax publicist and songwriter Deanie Parker and others.
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Let Me Be Good To You: Atlantic & Stax Recordings
Artist: Carla Thomas
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. 'Cause I Love You
2. Down Deep Inside
3. Gee Whiz, Look at His Eyes
4. For You
5. I Didn't Believe
6. Yeah, Ye-Ah
7. A Love of My Own
8. Promises
9. Your Love
10. It Ain't Me
11. In Your Spare Time (Please Think of Me)
12. Fools Fall in Love
13. The Masquerade Is Over
14. (This Is) a Lovely Way to Spend An Evening
15. To the Aisle
16. Dance with Me
17. The Love We Shared
18. (Mama, Mama) Wish Me Good Luck
19. I Kinda Think He Does
20. I Can't Take It
21. I'll Bring It Home to You
22. The Puppet
23. What a Fool I've Been
24. The Life I Live
25. All I Want for Christmas Is You
26. Gee Whiz, It's Christmas
27. Night Time Is the Right Time
28. That's Really
29. I've Got No Time to Lose
30. A Boy Named Tom
31. A Woman's Love
32. Don't Let the Love Light Leave
33. How Do You Quit (Someone You Love)
34. Stop! Look What You're Doing
35. Every Ounce of Strength
36. When You Move You Lose
37. We're Tight
38. Yes, I'm Ready
39. Let It Be Me
40. Move on Drifter
41. Forever
42. What the World Needs Now
43. I'm for You
44. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
45. Lover's Concerto
46. Another Night Without My Man
47. Comfort Me
48. Birds ; Bees
49. Never Let You Go
50. Let Me Be Good to You
51. B-A-B-Y
52. What Have You Got to Offer Me
53. Red Rooster
54. I Got You Boy
55. Medley: Baby What You Want Me to Do / for Your Love
56. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
57. I Fall to Pieces
58. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
59. Fate
60. Looking Back
61. All I Want for Christmas Is You (1966)
62. Winter Snow
63. Something Good (Is Going to Happen to You)
64. It's Starting to Grow
65. Knock on Wood
66. Let Me Be Good to You
67. Tramp
68. Tell It Like It Is
69. When Something Is Wrong with My Baby
70. Lovey Dovey
71. New Year's Resolution
72. Bring It on Home to Me
73. Are You Lonely for Me Baby
74. It Takes Two
75. Ooh Carla, Ooh Otis
76. I Got My Mojo Working (Live in Paris)
77. Let Me Be Good to You (Live in Paris)
78. Gee Whiz, Look at His Eyes (Live in Paris)
79. Yesterday (Live in London)
80. B-A-B-Y (Live in London)
81. When Tomorrow Comes
82. Unchanging Love
83. Any Day Now
84. Stop Thief
85. I Take It to My Baby
86. I Want to Be Your Baby
87. Give Me Enough (To Keep Me Going)
88. Lie to Keep Me from Crying
89. I'll Always Have Faith in You
90. All I See Is You
91. Pick Up the Pieces
92. Separation
93. A Dime a Dozen
94. I Want You Back

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Four CD set. SoulMusic Records is proud to present a first-of-it's-kind complete collection of all of the Atlantic and Stax recordings by Carla Thomas, released between 1960-1968. With a total of 94 tracks, Let Me Be Good To You celebrates 'The First Lady Of Stax Records' whose 1961 classic hit 'Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes)' led to the Memphis-based label's distribution with Atlantic Records. Sequenced by session, the deluxe 4-CD set includes tracks from Carla's four solo albums, plus the famed 1967 King & Queen LP of duets with the late Otis Redding. The 'A' and 'B' sides of all of Carla's singles - including (28) non-album tracks - are featured including Carla's duets with her famous father, Rufus Thomas, along with five live recordings from Carla's 1967 performances in London and Paris with the famed Stax/Volt Revue. Produced by SoulMusic Records founder David Nathan, Let Me Be Good To You - The Atlantic & Stax Recordings (1960-1968) boasts a stellar 8,000-word extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring with 2020 quotes from Stax executive Al Bell, famed songwriter/producer David Porter, Carla's sister Vaneese (a recording artist in her own right) and former Stax publicist and songwriter Deanie Parker and others.


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