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Private Numbers


Download links and information about Private Numbers by Judy Clay, Veda Brown. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 54:51 minutes.

Artist: Judy Clay, Veda Brown
Release date: 1993
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 18
Duration: 54:51
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No. Title Length
1. Private Number (featuring William Bell) 2:38
2. Love-Eye-Tis (featuring William Bell) 2:35
3. Bed of Roses 2:40
4. Remove These Clouds 3:07
5. My Baby Specializes (featuring William Bell) 2:46
6. Left Over Love (featuring William Bell) 2:56
7. It Ain't Long Enough 3:20
8. Give Love to Save Love 3:06
9. It's Me 3:42
10. Children, Don't Get Weary (featuring Booker T & The MG'S) 3:33
11. Living a Life Without Love 2:47
12. Take It Off Her (And Put It On Me) 2:35
13. I Know It's Not Right (To Be In Love With a Married Man) 3:20
14. Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You 2:30
15. Short Stopping 2:19
16. I Can See Every Woman's Man But Mine 4:01
17. Don't Start Loving Me (If You're Gonna Stop) 3:48
18. Fever 3:08



Judy Clay has ten of the 18 tracks on this CD, the remainder belonging to Veda Brown, an even more obscure late-period Stax female soul belter. Clay's work for the label was gutsier in general than the sides she waxed during the same time for Atlantic, although only one of them made any chart impact, "Private Number" (a duet with William Bell). Including six solo turns and four duets with Bell, the material compiled here (all from 1968-69) is solid, but doesn't catch fire that often. The best cuts are the just-a-bit-bluesy "Private Number," the pop-inflected deep soul ballad "It's Me" (penned by Isaac Hayes and David Porter), and a far more overlooked gem, "Children, Don't Get Weary," a minor-keyed, sparsely produced gospel-soul hybrid. On the latter track, Clay lets loose to a greater degree than she ever had before, or would ever do again.