The Staple Swingers

The Staple Singers

The Staple Swingers
  • CAT # SCD-8573-25

    1. This Is A Perfect World 4:20
    2. What's Your Thing 4:21
    3. You've Got To Earn It 3:28
    4. You're Gonna Make Me Cry 3:23
    5. Little Boy 3:25
    6. How Do You Move A Mountain 2:34
    7. Almost 4:16
    8. I'm A Lover 3:43
    9. Love Is Plentiful 2:30
    10. Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha- Na- Boom Boom) 3:07
    11. I Like The Things About You 3:17
    12. Give A Hand, Take A Hand 5:01

Roebuck, Mavis, Cleotha, and Yvonne Staples with Terry Manning, The Memphis Symphony Orchestra, The Bar-Kays

Recorded 1970.

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