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I Found A Love, Part II - Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett


1967
Label: Atlantic - SD 8145 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul
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Pickett was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inin recognition of his impact on songwriting and recording. Pickett was born March 18, in PrattvilleAlabama, [2] and sang in Baptist church choirs. He was the fourth of 11 children and called his mother "the baddest woman in my book," telling historian Gerri Hirshey: "I get scared of her now. She used to hit me with anything, skillets, stove wood — one time I ran away and cried for a week. Stayed in the woods, me and my little dog.

Pickett's forceful, passionate style of singing was developed in the church and on the streets of Detroit, [3] under the influence of recording stars such as Little Richardwhom he referred to as "the architect of rock and roll. InPickett joined the Violinaires, [5] a gospel group. The Violinaires played with another gospel group on concert tour in America. After singing for four years in the popular gospel-harmony group, Pickett, lured by the success of gospel singers who had moved to the lucrative secular music market, joined the Falcons in The Falcons were an early vocal group bringing gospel into a popular context, thus paving the way for soul music.

The group featured notable members who became major solo artists; when Pickett joined the group, Eddie Floyd and Sir Mack Rice were members. Pickett's biggest success with the Falcons was "I Found a Love", co-written by Pickett and featuring his lead vocals. While only a minor hit for the Falcons, it paved the way for Pickett to embark on a solo career.

Pickett later had a solo hit with a re-recorded two-part version of the song, included on his album The Sound of Wilson Pickett. Pickett also recorded a demo for a song he co-wrote, "If You Need Me", a slow-burning soul ballad featuring a spoken sermon. Pickett sent the demo to Jerry Wexlera producer at Atlantic Records.

Wexler gave Part II - Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett to the label's recording artist Solomon BurkeAtlantic's biggest star at the time.

Pickett was crushed when he discovered that Atlantic had given away I Found A Love song. When Pickett—with a demo tape under his arm—returned to Wexler's studio, Wexler asked whether he was angry about this loss, but denied it saying "It's over".

Pickett's first significant success as a solo artist came with "It's Too Late," an original composition not to be confused with the Chuck Willis standard of the same name. Entering the charts on July 27,it peaked at No. Compiling several of Pickett's single releases for Double L, It's Too Late showcased a raw soulful sound that foreshadowed the singer's performances throughout the coming decade. The single's success persuaded Wexler and Atlantic to buy Pickett's recording contract from Double L in Pickett's Atlantic career began with the self-produced single, "I'm Gonna Cry".

Pickett's breakthrough came at Stax Records ' studio in MemphisTennessee, where he recorded his third Atlantic single, " In the Midnight Hour " Stax keyboard player Booker T. Wexler said to Cropper and Jackson, "Why don't you pick up on this thing here?

Cropper explained in an interview that Wexler told them that "this was the Part II - Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett the kids were dancing; they were putting the accent on two. Basically, we'd been one-beat-accenters with an afterbeat; it was like 'boom dah,' but here was a thing that went 'um-chaw,' just the reverse as far as the accent goes.

Pickett recorded three sessions at Stax in May and October He was joined by keyboardist Isaac Hayes for the October sessions. All but "" were original compositions which Pickett co-wrote with Eddie Floyd or Steve Cropper or both; "" was credited to Cropper and Floyd alone.

For his next sessions, Pickett did not return to Stax, as the label's owner, Jim Stewart, had decided in Part II - Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett to ban outside productions. Wexler took Pickett to Fame Studios, a studio also I Found A Love a close association with Atlantic Records, located in a converted tobacco warehouse in nearby Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

It was a million-selling disc. Pickett recorded works by other songwriters in this period; Rodger Collins ' "She's Lookin' Good" and a new arrangement of the traditional blues standard " Stagger Lee " were Top 40 hits Pickett recorded at American.

Womack was the guitarist on all recordings. Pickett returned to Fame Studios in late and earlywhere he worked with a band that featured guitarist Duane AllmanHawkins, and bassist Jerry Jemmott. Late found Pickett at Criteria Studios in Miami. Pickett then teamed up with established Philadelphia -based hitmakers Gamble and Huff for the album Wilson Pickett in Philadelphiawhich featured his next two hit singles, "Engine No.

Pickett recorded several tracks in for a planned new album on Atlantic, but after the single "Funk Factory" reached No. However, six years later, the Big Tree division of Atlantic released his album, Funky Situationin The compilation included all recordings originally issued during Pickett's Atlantic years along with previously unreleased recordings.

This collection was sold online only by Rhino. However, he was failing to cross over to the pop charts with regularity, as none of these songs reached higher than No. After being dropped, he formed the short-lived Wicked label, where he released one LP, Chocolate Mountain. Inhe made a disco album with Big Tree Records titled Funky Situationwhich is a coincidence as, at that point, Big Tree was distributed by his former label, Atlantic.

His career was hindered by his Dogma ~ Mental Rape ~ Ureinashi/Madoinashi - Clotted Symmetric Sexual Organ* - Grind Rock For Lovers. His alcoholism was exacerbated by heavy cocaine use, and he became increasingly violent towards his family and bandmates.

Throughout the s, despite his personal troubles, Pickett was repeatedly honored for his contributions to music. His music was prominently featured in the film The Commitmentswith Pickett as an off-screen character. In the late s, Pickett returned to the studio and received a Grammy Award nomination for the album It's Harder Now. Pickett appeared in the film Blues Brothersin which he performed "" with Eddie Floyd and Jonny Lang.

He was previously mentioned in the film Blues Brotherswhich features several I Found A Love of Pickett's backing band, as well as a performance of " Everybody Needs Somebody to Love. He co-starred in the documentary Only the Strong Survive, directed by D. Pennebakera selection of both the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals.

InPickett was a judge for the second annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers. Pickett spent the Part II - Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett of his career playing dozens of concert dates every year untilwhen he began suffering from health problems.

While in the hospital, he returned to his spiritual roots and told his sister that he wanted to record a gospel album, but he never recovered. Pickett was the father of four children. At the time of his death he was engaged. Pickett's struggle with alcoholism and cocaine addiction led to run-ins with the law. InPickett was arrested for yelling threats while drunkenly driving his car over the front lawn of Donald Aronson, the mayor of Englewood, New Jersey.

Pickett agreed to perform a benefit concert Gabrielle - Johnny Hallyday - Live At Montreux 1988 (Vinyl, Album, LP) exchange for having the disorderly conduct and property damage charges dropped.

InPickett struck an year-old pedestrian, Pepe Ruiz, with his car in Englewood. InPickett was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend Elizabeth Trapp while under the influence of cocaine; she refused to press charges.

Pickett died of a heart attack on January 19,in Reston, Virginia. He was Little Richarda long-time friend of Pickett's, spoke about him and preached a message at the funeral. Pickett was remembered on March 20,at New York's B. Kinghis long-term backing band the Midnight Movers, soul Minefield - Michael Giacchino, Chris Tilton - Black Bruce "Big Daddy" Wayne, and Southside Johnny in front of an I Found A Love that I Found A Love members of his family, including two brothers.

Wilson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in He was nominated for Various - Happy 88 (CDV) Grammy Awards during the course of his career.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American singer. Retrieved October 27, The Great Rock Discography 5th ed. Edinburgh: Mojo Books. Retrieved February 6, Official Website. Archived from the original on July 23, Retrieved May 8, Pop Chronicles. University of North Texas Libraries. The Book of Golden Discs 2nd ed. London: Barrie nd enkins Ltd.

Recording Academy Grammy Awards. Retrieved March 10, — via robertchristgau. The New York Times. Billboard : October 30, The Independent. January 21, July 26, Jet magazine. March 15, Retrieved October 25, Soul singer Wilson Pickett agreed to perform for free in Pickett, who is Aronson's neighbor, said in Teaneck Municipal Court that he would perform as his community service.


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