A Black Child Can't Smile" b/w "If You Think God Is Dead" (from The Gospel Truth). – – – – Non-album tracks. Soul Santa" b/w "Let Us All Get Together with the Lord" (from The Gospel Truth). Movin' Day" b/w "Poor Make Believer". – – – – Story Teller. If You Got the Time" b/w "You Take Me Home Honey". Can't Take My Eyes Off You" b/w "Weekend with Feathers". – – – – This Is Brook Benton. Making Love Is Good for You" b/w "Better Times". – 49. – – Makin' Love Is Good for You. "Soft" b/w "Glow Love".
Brook Benton (born Benjamin Franklin Peay in Camden, South Carolina on 19-September-1931 -- died 9-April-1988 in New York City -- cause: spinal meningitis). Dinah Washington & Brook Benton. Cotillion 44138 - A Black Child Can't Smile, If You Think God Is Dead – 1971 Cotillion 44141 - Soul Santa, Let Us All Get Together With The Lord – 1971 Cotillion 44152 - Movin' Day, Poor Make Believer – 1972 MGM 14440 - If You've Got The Time, You Take Me Home Honey – 1972 Brut 810 - Lay Lady Lay, A Touch Of Class – 1973 Brut 816 - South.
In Love Slow Dance Partying Romantic Evening. Endlessly: The Best of Brook Benton. Twelve years after they released Anthology, arguably the definitive career-spanning Brook Benton collection Rhino adapted the compilation for CD, releasing Endlessly: The Best of Brook Benton. Endlessly features three tracks less than Anthology, yet it doesn't suffer - it remains a nearly flawless overview of Benton's career, featuring all of his big hits plus many terrific lesser-known singles.
The Unforgettable Brook Benton. The Albums Collection 1959-1962. This Is Brook Benton. The Best of Brook Benton.
Tony Joe White (July 23, 1943 – October 24, 2018), nicknamed the Swamp Fox, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his 1969 hit "Polk Salad Annie" and for "Rainy Night in Georgia", which he wrote but was first made popular by Brook Benton in 1970. He also wrote "Steamy Windows" and "Undercover Agent for the Blues", both hits for Tina Turner in 1989; those two songs came by way of Turner's producer at the time, Mark Knopfler, who was a friend of White
Brook Benton (born Benjamin Franklin Peay on September 19, 1931; died April 9, 1988) was an American singer and songwriter who was popular with rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and pop music audiences during the late 1950s and early 1960s, when he scored hits such as "It's Just a Matter of Time" and "Endlessly", many of which he. co-wrote.
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