Clarence Carter - Let's Burn Songtext. We, we don't have to worry about nothing (nothing, nothing), Cause we got the fire, And we're burning one hell of a something (something, something). When the lights turned down, they don't know what they heard, Strike the match, play it loud, giving love to the world. We'll be raising our hands, shining up to the sky, Cause we got the fire, fire, fire, Yeah, we got the fire, fire, fire . 03 If You Let Me Take You Home. 05 You Been Cheatin' on Me. 06 Try Me. 07 Let's Burn.
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Slip Away" is a song written by William Armstrong, Marcus Daniel, and Wilbur Terrell and performed by Clarence Carter. It reached on the . R&B chart, on the . pop chart, and on the Canadian chart in 1968. It was featured on his 1968 album This Is Clarence Carter. The song was arranged and produced by Rick Hall. The song ranked on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1968. The single's B-side, "Funky Fever", reached on the . R&B chart and on the .
Clarence Carter In Person" (Venture 1981). 1. Can We Slip Away Again 2. Use Me Anyway You Can 3. Tell Daddy 4. Those Were the Good Old Days 5. In Person 6. Try a Piece of My Love 7. I Love You 8. If I Were Yours 9. It's a Monster Thang. 2. I Stayed Away Too Long 3. If You Let Me Take You Home 4. Left Over Love 5. You Been Cheatin' On Me 6. Try Me 7. Let's Funk 8. Strokin'. 1/2 Heh heh heh. You can't count Clarence out. Just when you think he's fading into also-ran status he makes a comeback. Dr. CC" is not a particularly good album, as it contains plenty of trifling melodies and plastic pop/R & B ("Let's Funk", "You Been Cheating On Me") but it does contain his colossal hit "Strokin'".
Clarence George Carter (born January 14, 1936) is an American blues and soul singer, musician, songwriter and record producer. His most successful records included "Slip Away" (1968), "Back Door Santa", "Too Weak to Fight", "Patches" (1970), and "Strokin'" (1985). Clarence George Carter. 1981 Mr. Clarence Carter in Person. 1982 Love Me With A Feeling. 1984 Singing For My Supper. 1985 Messin' With My Mind. 2007 I'm Easy (compilation album). 2010 A Christmas Party.
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Clarence Carter, the Blues Man with the gutbucket chuckle, talented guitarist, tongue-in-cheek lyricist and purveyor of downhome soulful grooves, waxed his first solo album in ’68, recording most of it at the fabled FAME studios in Muscle Shoals, which became something of a home base during his Atlantic years. This Is Clarence Carter’ opens on a brooding, low key note – not quite in sync with the carefree, humorous image of the big, blind soul belter
This album was my introduction to Clarence Carter back around 1974. There's not a bad track on this album as I remember. A powerful burst of soul awaits those who take the plunge w. this fairly obscure album, Carter's voice was at it's peak when he cut this, & the back-up band, including a beautiful brass section, was every inch the equal of anything coming out of Mussel Shoals Alabama