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Joe Simon Mood, Heart & Soul (1974) - Today (1976)

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Joe Simon: Mood, Heart & Soul (1974) - Today (1976)

(1991/ACE) 18 tracks (69:56)


Joe Simon - Mood, Heart & Soul (1974) - Today (1976) Medium 1
1: Neither One Of Us
2: I Would still Be There
3: Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues
4: Covering The Same Old Ground
5: Walking Down Lonely Street
6: The Best Time Of My Life
7: What We Gonna Do Now
8: I'm In The Mood For You
9: Carry Me
10: Come Back Home
11: Let's Spend The Night Together
12: I Just Want To Make Love To You
13: Let The Good Times Roll
14: Come Get To This
15: What A Wonderful World
16: I Need You, You Need Me
17: I'll Take Care
18: Music For My Lady


Artikeleigenschaften von Joe Simon: Mood, Heart & Soul (1974) - Today (1976)

  • Interpret: Joe Simon

  • Albumtitel: Mood, Heart & Soul (1974) - Today (1976)

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Soul
  • Music Style Soul
  • Music Sub-Genre 254 Soul
  • Erscheinungsjahr 1991

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Soul

  • EAN: 0029667197120

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.107

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Simon, Joe"

Joe Simon

The Chokin' Kind 

Joe Simon

The Chokin' Kind 

Call Joe Simon the reluctant soul star. "My heart was never in it, but I could sing rhythm and blues," he claims. Often sounding like his collar was a little too tight, his tense, emotionally charged baritone was particularly attuned to transforming country songs into soul gold.


He was born September 2, 1943 in Simmesport, Louisiana. "When I was a kid, I was a gospel singer," he says. He moved to Oakland, California in 1959, joining a vocal group, The Golden Tones, that debuted on Garrie Thompson's little Hush label in 1959 with Doreetha. Jealousy over a deejay mentioning Joe's name on the air broke them up, and Simon recorded consistently as a solo for Hush and its Irral and Gee Bee logos after that. His devotional soul ballad My Adorable One got picked up by Vee-Jay in 1964, and Simon was on his way. "It was me," he says. "I had found myself."

Vee-Jay sent Joe down to Rick Hall's Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, where he cut his first hit, the Dan Penn/Spooner Oldham-penned '65 deep soul classic Let's Do It Over. But a problem arose. "Vee-Jay was in bankruptcy court, and they couldn't press it," says Joe. Nashville's top R&B deejay, WLAC's John Richbourg, was basically in charge of Monument's Sound Stage 7 R&B subsidiary. "We did a shake-hand agreement," says Simon, whose first SS7 offering, Teenager's Prayer, was a 1966 hit.

The plaintive My Special Prayer followed suit in 1967, as did Penn and Wayne Carson Thompson's chain gang lament Nine Pound Steel. "Most of my records was country songs," says Joe. "I took 'em out of country and put 'em in rhythm and blues." The hits came hot and heavy in 1968: the Memphis-cut pounder No Sad Songs was followed by a country-soaked (You Keep Me) Hangin' On and the weepy epic Message From Maria. But they were all eclipsed by The Chokin' Kind, a '67 C&W hit for Waylon Jennings.

Cut in Nashville and driven by Wayne Moss' churning bass, The Chokin' Kind went to #1 R&B and #13 pop, winning Simon a Grammy. "I got it from Harlan Howard," he says. "They put it on my desk. And we listened to it and went in the studio." Many more SS7 hits were around the bend, and that handshake deal was so firm that John R stayed at the helm even when Simon moved to Spring Records. Eventually Joe teamed with Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff to wax his early '70s Spring smashes Drowning In the Sea Of Love and Power Of Love

In 1987, Simon enthusiastically abandoned his secular career to preach, never looking back. He's now a minister at a church in a southern suburb of Chicago.


- Bill Dahl -

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