Bell, William: This Is Where I Live

SKU: 30970595
William Bell: This Is Where I Live

Bell, William: This Is Where I Live

SKU: 30970595

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: This Is Where I Live
Artist: Bell, William
Label: Stax
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 888072389724
Genre: Soul/R & B

Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. This is Where I Live is the legendary Stax artist's first Stax album in over 40 years. It was produced and arranged by John Leventhal. "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" featuring Snoop Dogg was the focus-track in the Take Me To The River documentary project. William Bell is probably best known for 1961's "You Don't Miss Your Water" (his debut single); 1968's "Private Number" (a duet with Judy Clay, and a top 10 hit in the UK); and 1976's "Tryin' to Love Two", Bell's only US top 40 hit, which also hit No. 1 on the R&B charts. As a songwriter, Bell co-authored the Chuck Jackson hit "Any Other Way" (itself a cover, since Bell issued it first, as a follow-up to "You Don't Miss Your Water"), Billy Idol's 1986 hit "To Be a Lover" (originally a hit for Bell under it's original title "I Forgot to Be Your Lover"), and the blues classic "Born Under A Bad Sign", popularized by both Albert King and Cream.

1.1 The Three of Me William Bell 3:26
1.2 The House Always Wins William Bell 2:56
1.3 Poison in the Well William Bell 3:15
1.4 I Will Take Care of You William Bell 2:52
1.5 Born Under a Bad Sign William Bell 3:17
1.6 All Your Stories William Bell 2:56
1.7 2<<< Walking on a Tightrope William Bell 2:52
1.8 This Is Where I Live William Bell 3:14
1.9 More Rooms William Bell 4:19
1.10 All the Things You Can't Remember William Bell 3:00
1.11 Mississippi-Arkansas Bridge William Bell 3:47
1.12 People Want to Go Home William Bell 2:58
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