A Little Something Extra

William Bell

A Little Something Extra
  • CAT # SCD-8566-25

    1. She Won't Be Like You 3:00
    2. All That I Am 2:36
    3. Let's Do Something Together 2:39
    4. Forever Wouldn't Be Too Long 2:23
    5. You Got Me Where You Want Me (Slow Version) 3:15
    6. Quittin' Time 2:24
    7. That's My Love 3:02
    8. You Need A Little Something Extra 2:49
    9. There's A Love 1:37
    10. Never Let Me Go 2:42
    11. We Got Something Good 2:29
    12. You Got Me Where You Want Me 3:15
    13. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 6:55
    14. Love Will Find A Way 2:49
    15. What Did I Do Wrong 2:49
    16. Sacrifice 2:24
    17. Love Is After Me 2:19
    18. The Life I Live 2:18
    19. Wait 3:06
    20. You're Never Too Old 2:35

She Won't Be Like You, All That I Am, Let's Do Something Together, Forever Wouldn't Be Too Long, You Got Me Where You Want Me (slow version), Quittin' Time, That's My Love, You Need a Little Something Extra, There's a Love, Never Let Me Go, We Got Something Good, You Got Me Where You Want Me, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, Love Will Find a Way, What Did I Do Wrong, Sacrifice, Love Is After Me, The Life I Live, Wait, You're Never Too Old

with Booker T. & the MGs and the Mar-Keys Horns

Recorded in 1962 and between 1965-67.

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