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Live and Lively / Soul Country


Download links and information about Live and Lively / Soul Country by Joe Tex. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:14:38 minutes.

Artist: Joe Tex
Release date: 1968
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:14:38
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No. Title Length
1. Show Me (Live) 2:55
2. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Live) 2:55
3. Get Out of My Life, Woman (Live) 2:59
4. Wooden Spoon (Live) 3:04
5. That's Life (Live) 3:52
6. Love's a Hurtin' Thing (Live) 2:24
7. Don't Give Up (Live) 3:05
8. A Womans Hands (Live) 3:25
9. You're Gonna Thank Me, Woman (Live) 2:04
10. Papa Was Too (Live) 2:39
11. Skinny Legs and All (Live) 3:14
12. I'll Never Do You Wrong 3:06
13. Ode to Billy Joe 4:47
14. At the Dark Dark End of the Street 2:29
15. Funny How Time Slips Away 3:13
16. Engine, Engine #9 2:23
17. Skip a Rope 2:45
18. Green Green Grass of Home 3:15
19. Set Me Free 3:01
20. By the Time I Get to Phoenix 3:18
21. Honey 3:34
22. A Womans Hands (Bonus Track) 3:26
23. I'll Make Every Day Christmas (For My Woman) [Bonus Track] 3:31
24. Men Are Getting Scarce (Bonus Track) 3:14



Fantastic reproduction of a 1968 show — who knows how much overdubbing was done, and when the feel is this spontaneous and funky, who cares? He tears up stuff like "Get Out of My Life, Woman," "Love is a Hurtin' Thing," and even "That's Life." But the real meat is in his hits: "Skinny Legs and All" is a true climax, but only because part of what it follows is "A Woman's Hands," "Papa Was, Too," and other originals, all of them topping the standards. Arguably the definitive Joe Tex document. (The liner notes, by a St. Louis DJ, are among the worst in even the shabby history of '60s R&B notes, but that just makes them funnier.)