Curtis Mayfield People Get Ready (The Curtis Mayfield Songbook)

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      • 1. The Impressions – Gypsy Woman
      • 2. The Miracles – The Monkey Time
      • 3. Jan Bradley – Behind The Curtains
      • 4. Gene Chandler – Rainbow (Alt)
      • 5. The Orlons – Mama Didn't Lie
      • 6. Major Lance – Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um
      • 7. Jerry Butler – I've Been Trying
      • 8. The Techniques – Queen Majesty
      • 9. Walter Jackson – It's All Over
      • 10. Freddie Scott – He Will Break Your Heart
      • 11. Dionne Warwick – People Get Ready
      • 12. The Gaylads – That's What Love Will Do
      • 13. The Jackson 5 – Man's Temptation
      • 14. Barbara Mason – Give Me Your Love
      • 15. Isaac Hayes – Need To Belong To Someone
      • 16. The Main Ingredient – I'm So Proud
      • 17. Patti Jo – Make Me Believe In You
      • 18. Curtis Mayfield – Keep On Keeping On (UK Single Edit)
      • 19. Gladys Knight And The Pips – The Makings Of You
      • 20. The Staple Singers – Let's Do It Again (Single Edit)
      • 21. Aretha Franklin – Look Into Your Heart (Single Edit)
      • 22. Keni Burke – Never Stop Loving Me
      • 23. En Vogue – Giving Him Something He Can Feel
      • 24. John Legend – Hard Times

      Essential overview of the Curtis Mayfield songbook. Featuring versions of classic tunes he wrote performed by himself and other artists such as Aretha Franklin, Gene Chandler, Gladys Knight, Dionne Warwick, the Jackson 5 and lots more!

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