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Try A Little Tenderness - Billy Eckstine - I Am A Singer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I Am A Singer: 8: Try A Little Tenderness: 9: If I Never Sing Another Song Label Cat# Country Year; KIM Billy Eckstine: I Am A Singer ‎ (LP, Album) Kimbo: KIM US: Sell This Version: FUL Billy Eckstine: I Am A Singer ‎ (LP) Clean Cut Records (4) FUL US: Sell This Version: CHECD Billy.
  2. Try A Little Tenderness Letra: Oh she may be weary, Them young girls they do get wearied, Wearing that same old shaggy dress, yeah, yeah, But when she gets weary, Try a little tenderness, yeah, yeah. You know she's waiting, Just anticipating, The thing.
  3. Lyrics to Try a Little Tenderness by Jackie Wilson from the The History of Jackie Wilson, Vol. 2: Jackie Sets the Standards album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  4. Redding's version of "Try a Little Tenderness" became his signature song and the biggest-selling of the records released before his death. Sam Cooke's version of this was a big influence on Redding. It was never released as a single but was one of high points of his live "Sam Cooke at the Copa" LP () as part of a medley that started with.
  5. Oct 01,  · Song Try a Little Tenderness; Artist Michael Bublé; Writers Harry M. Woods, James Campbell, Reginald Connelly; Licensed to YouTube by WMG; UMPI, LatinAutor, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing, Abramus.
  6. Try a Little Tenderness Sometimes I Wonder If You Love Her Out in the Country Two Sides to Love (be on the look out), and Most Wanted list. But I was never able to get the album or cd. Over time with the help of the internet, I became more and more informed and fan-cinated with the group. Billy Eckstine, Meatloaf, The /5(30).
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  8. Dec 03,  · Indeed, by , the singer most associated with "Try A Little Tenderness" was the late Otis Redding, whose reinvention of the number moved it permanently into the soul-gospel category. Indeed, his interpretation became the song: Two decades later, in the film The Commitments, about a white Irish soul band that wants to sound black, they sing.

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