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Brenton Wood - Come Softly album

Brenton Wood - Come Softly album
Performer: Brenton Wood
Title: Come Softly
Released: 1977
Country: US
Genre: Funk - Soul
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 821
Formats: MP2 WMA MPC AUD MP4 DMF AA
MP3 size: 1468 mb
FLAC size: 1542 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Number One
Written-By – F. Knight*
3:31
A2 Come Softly To Me
Written-By – B. Ellis*, G. Troxel*, G. Christopher*
4:10
A3 Just Like The First Time
Written By – G. MichaelsWritten-By – Alfred Smith
3:50
A4 Love Is Free
Written-By – B. Crutcher*, F. Knight*
4:30
B1 Rock You To Your Socks
Written-By – J. Carbone*, L.Lambert*
3:08
B2 You're Everything I Need
Written-By – F. Knight*
3:12
B3 I Couldn't Stop Loving You
Written By – B. Raleigh, P. Brown, S. Fox
3:27
B4 Rainin' Love (You Gotta Feel It)
Written By – D. GrahamWritten-By – A. Smith*, B. Todd*, R. Glasser*, J. Winn*
2:43
B5 In For The Night
Written-By – E. Sanford*, J. Townsend*
3:32

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cream Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Cream Records, Inc.
  • Engineered At – United Western Studios
  • Mixed At – United Western Studios
  • Mastered At – A&M Mastering Studios
  • Published By – East Memphis
  • Published By – Two-Knight Music
  • Published By – Cornerstone Publishing Co.
  • Published By – Leo's Lair
  • Published By – Blackwood Music
  • Published By – Bibo Music Pub. Co.
  • Published By – Churn Music
  • Published By – Unichappell Music
  • Published By – Salmon Music
  • Published By – Muhon Music
  • Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor, Keyboards – Mark Gibbons*
  • Art Direction – John Leprevost*
  • Backing Vocals – Jim Gillstrap*, Marlene Jeter*, Maxine Anderson*
  • Bass – Wilton Felder
  • Directed By [Brass] – Harry Kim
  • Directed By [Strings] – Sheldon Sanov
  • Drums – Ken Park
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Jerry Barnes
  • Flute, Soloist – Charles Miller (tracks: A1)
  • Guitar – Al McKay (tracks: B3), David T. Walker, George Doering
  • Harmonica – Jack Lee
  • Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
  • Photography By – Jim Britt
  • Producer – Brenton Wood, Hal Winn
  • Saxophone – Charles Miller (tracks: A4)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Ray Pizzi

Notes

℗ 1977 Cream Records, Inc.
© 1977 Cream Records, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in U.S.A.

Engineered & Mixed: United/Western Studios, Hollywood
Mastered: A&M Studios, Hollywood

Charles Miller (Courtesy of War/Far Out Productions)
Al McKay (Courtesy of Earth, Wind & Fire/Columbia Records)
Ray Pizzi (Courtesy of Pablo Records)
Wilton Felder (Courtesy of the Crusaders/ABC Records)

A1: East Memphis/Two-Knight Music, B.M.I.
A2: Cornerstone Pub. Co., B.M.I.
A3: Leo's Lair, ASCAP
A4: East Memphis/Two-Knight Music, B.M.I.
B1: Blackwood Music, B.M.I.
B2: East Memphis/Two-Knight Music, B.M.I.
B3: Bibo Music Pub. Co., ASCAP
B4: Churn Music, ASCAP
B5: Unichappell/Salmon Music/Muhon, B.M.I.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CR-1006 Brenton Wood Come Softly ‎(LP, Album) Cream Records CR-1006 US 1977
LPS 88883 Brenton Wood Come Softly ‎(LP, Album) Cream Records LPS 88883 Venezuela 1977
CR-1006 Brenton Wood Come Softly ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Cream Records CR-1006 US 1977
VIP-6471 Brenton Wood Come Softly ‎(LP, Album) Cream Records VIP-6471 Japan 1977
CR. 8533 Brenton Wood Come Softly ‎(LP) Cream Records CR. 8533 France 1979


Brenton Wood's charmingly unpredictable phrasing and his infectious sense of good times made the smooth uptown soul of "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign" into hits in 1967. Despite his skill as a pop-soul vocalist, Wood was never able to match such heights again, yet those two songs became genuine R&B classics of their era. Born Alfred Jesse Smith in Shreveport, LA, Brenton Wood moved west to San Pedro, CA, as a child.

Alfred Jesse Smith (born July 26, 1941), better known as Brenton Wood, is an American singer and songwriter known for his two 1967 hit singles, "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign". Wood was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. The family moved to San Pedro in Los Angeles, California when Wood was a child.

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Brenton Wood (born Alfred Jesse Smith, July 26, 1941, Shreveport, Louisiana) is an American singer and songwriter, best known for his two 1967 hit singles: "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign". Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Come Softly Album. Missing lyrics by Brenton Wood?

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Come softly, darling) Lyrics meaning: (धीरे, डार्लिंग आओ) (Come to me, stay) Lyrics meaning: (मेरे पास रहने आया) (You're my ob-session) Lyrics meaning: (आप मेरे ओब-सत्र रहे हैं) (For ever and a day) Lyrics meaning: (हमेशा के लिए और एक दिन).

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