The Beginning of It All is the eighth album by Ben E. King. King transferred to Mandala in 1972, and released his seventh studio album in 1972. This was the final album to be released on a subsidiary label in the early years. After this release, King would transfer directly to Atlantic Records for a number of new releases. All tracks composed by Ben E. King; except where indicated. Take Me to the Pilot" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin). I Guess It's Goodbye".
Benjamin Earl King (born Benjamin Earl Nelson, September 28, 1938 – April 30, 2015) was an American soul and R&B singer and record producer.
Album · 1998 · 16 Songs. Ben E. King & The Drifters. 4. Save the Last Dance for Me. The Drifters. 5. I Count the Tears.
Single by Ben E. from the album Don't Play That Song! B-side. On March 27, 2012, the Songwriters Hall of Fame announced that the song would receive its 2012 Towering Song Award and that King would be honored with the 2012 Towering Performance Award for his recording of i. .
Ben E. King - Discographie anzeigen. All Of Your Tomorrows. The Beginning Of It All. 1971. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow. King Sings For Soulful Lovers. King’s heyday was long in the rearview mirror when his funky Supernatural Thing brought him back to the top of the R&B hit parade in March of ’75, stopping at pop. It didn’t sound like him. Instead of unfurling his suave, assured baritone, King exhibited a higher range that had seldom been heard from the veteran singer. Born Benjamin Earl Nelson on September 28, 1938 in Henderson, North Carolina, the singer moved to New York City at age nine. In 1957, he joined The Five Crowns, a veteran Harlem doo-wop quintet. King: The Beginning Of It All (CD) Art-Nr. Ready to ship today, Delivery time appr. King: Original Album Series (5-CD Slipcase) Art-Nr. King recorded this shortly after leaving The Drifters in 1960. It gave him a solid reputation as a solo artist. Stand By Me" was the name of a gospel hymn written by the Philadelphia minister Charles Albert Tindley in 1905. The bassline at the beginning was Stoller's idea. He and Phil Spector did an excellent cover of this song on his Rock 'n' Roll album, but Ben E. King's version will never be improved upon! Daniel from Sayreville, NjI think this song is wonderful, but it would be better if it was longer.
The Beginning of It All is the eighth album by Ben E. King transferred to Mandala in 1972, and released hi. mage: Beginningofall. King Sings for Soulful Lovers is the second studio album by Ben E. The album was released by Atlanti. mage: Bk soulful. Don't Play That Song!. Don't Play That Song! is the third studio album by Ben E. Seven Letters is the sixth album and fifth studio album by Ben E. King, and the fourth studio album on the Atco label. Shades of Blue (Ben E. King album). Shades of Blue was released in 1999 and is the 18th album released by Ben E. Track listing - "Little Mama" . mage: Shades of Blue Ben E. Soul Masters is an album released by Digital Music Group containing twelve songs by Ben E. King chronology. The Beginning of It All (1972). Supernatural is the eighth studio album and ninth album overall by American soul and R&B singer Ben E. Released in 1975, it marked King's transition to the main Atlantic Records label after time on subsidiary labels. The single "Supernatural Thing" brought him a return to chart success, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart, his first time in 14 years, and peaking at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The title track and other tracks on the album featured King singing in a higher key as second tenor, rather than his usual baritone.