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The Spencer Davis Group Featuring Steve Winwood - I'm a man / Somebody Help Me FLAC album


Performer: The Spencer Davis Group
Genre: Rock / Pop music
Title: I'm a man / Somebody Help Me
Released: 1967
Style: Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1194 mb
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I'm a Man" is a song written by the Spencer Davis Group singer-songwriter Steve Winwood and record producer Jimmy Miller. The original recording was a fast, Hammond organ-driven blues rock track released as a single by the Spencer Davis Group in early 1967, reaching number nine in the UK Singles Chart and number 10 in the .

The Best of the Spencer Davis Group (Featuring Steve Winwood) (EMI America 46958) (1987). Eight Gigs a Week: The Steve Winwood Years (lygram 524180 ) (1996). Live Anthology 1965-1968 (Varese Sarabande 302 066 260) (2001). The Spencer Davis Group: Keep on Running - 40th Anniversary (Cherry Red CDMRED 250) (2004). Somebody Help Me: The Best of 1964-1968 (Raven RVCD-342) (2011). Taking Out Time: Complete Recordings 1967-1969 (RPM Records RPMBX533 ) (2016).

I'm a man Yes I am And I can't help But love you so (Oh, no, no) I'm a man Yes I am And I can't help But love you so. {Chicago's Instrumental} More on Genius. The last big hit for the Spencer Davis Group in 1967, featuring Stee Winwood as lead singer. Two years later, Chicago had the song as the B-side of Question 67 and 68, becoming a hit on its own. "I’m a Man" Track Info. Written By Jimmy Miller & Steve Winwood.

This two-CD, 51-song set covers virtually everything the group recorded with Steve Winwood in the lineup from 1964-1967. The gap between the band's best and worst material was considerable; quite a few of their R&B covers are surprisingly routine, and the occasional cuts that don't have Winwood on lead vocals are downright pedestrian. Because of this inconsistency, the general fan's better off with the Rhino best-of, if it can be found. I'm Blue (Gong Gong Song). The Spencer Davis Group. 13. She Put the Hurt on Me.

Guitarist Davis formed the band with Winwood on organ, his brother Muff Winwood on bass, and drummer Peter York. Signing on with producer Chris Blackwell, the quartet got their first hit (the blistering "Keep on Running") from another of Blackwell's acts, West Indian performer Jackie Edwards. After topping the British charts in 1965, the song struggled on the lower reaches of the . Hot 100. The group's two hottest sellers were self-penned projects

Somebody Help Me. Artist: Spencer Davis. Album: Keep On Running, 2016. The Spencer Davis Group was a mid-1960s British beat group from Birmingham, England. In its heyday the group consisted of Spencer Davis, Steve Winwood, Muff Winwood and Pete York; Jimmy Miller was their producer. The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles & Albums states "This big selling Birmingham band scored two number ones in the UK Singles Chart penned by the reggae artist, Jackie Edwards. Teenager Winwood left in 1967, to form Traffic before joining Blind Faith, then forging a career as a soloist".

Steve Winwood left in 1967 to form Traffic before joining Blind Faith, then forging a career as a solo artist. After releasing a few more singles, the band ceased activity in 1968. By the end of 1966 and the beginning of 1967, the group released two hits, "Gimme Some Lovin'" and "I'm a Man". Both of them sold over one million copies, and were awarded gold record status. These tracks proved to be their two best-known successes, especially in the . Find all time classic Tracks. The Spencer Davis Group - Their First LP - Full Album. par theUnforgettablesTv.

Tracklist

A I'm A Man
B Somebody Help Me

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