Sugar Candy Lady
Download links and information about Sugar Candy Lady by Billy Butler. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 38:58 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock|
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|1.||Sugar Candy Lady||3:33|
|2.||I Know the Feeling Well||3:48|
|3.||Play My Music||3:38|
|4.||The Saga of Sadie Lee||6:55|
|5.||Feel the Magic||3:44|
|6.||I'm Gonna Make Her Mine||3:37|
|7.||Alone At Last, Pts. 1-2||7:15|
|8.||My Love for You Grows||3:28|
|9.||She's Got Me Singing (Bonus Track)||3:00|
Billy Butler, brother of Jerry and author of one of the greatest songs in soul music history — "I Stand Accused" — is one of the unluckiest men in the history of recorded music. Despite his phenomenal abilities and in-the-cut songs, the earmarks of his career were false starts, record company politics and double-dealing, and being in the right place at the wrong time. This 1977 album, his first for Curtis Mayfield's Curtom label, is a mixed bag. Ballads such as "I Know the Feeling Well," the two-part "Alone at Last," and "I'm Gonna Make Her Mine" offer portraits of Butler as a solid singer, writer, and arranger. His guitar playing, like Terry Callier's and Curtis Mayfield's, is also highly individualistic and expressive. The mid-tempo tracks, such as "Feel the Magic," "She's Got Me Singing," and "The Saga of Sadie Lee," are among the finest in Chicago soul, with their Philly-influenced grooves and solid Northern soul bridges. But on the title track, "Play My Music," and "My Love for You Grows," Butler's flirtation with disco feels far too formulaic, like pandering to the genre to make an impact. Alas, these three tracks — one that opens and another that closes the album — mar what could have been a mid-'70s classic.