Marlena Shaw - From The Depths Of My Soul download album
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More albums from Marlena Shaw: Out Of Different Bags by Marlena Shaw. Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? by Marlena Shaw. Acting Up by Marlena Shaw. Love Is In Flight by Marlena Shaw. View all albums . From The Depths Of My Soul. By: Marlena Shaw (1973, Funk, Soul). 1. Prelude, I Know I Love Him. 5. The Laughter And The Tears. 6. The Feeling’s Good. 8. Just Don’t Want To Be Lonely.
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From the Depths of My Soul is an album by American vocalist Marlena Shaw recorded in 1973 and released on the Blue Note label. Prelude, I Know I Love Him" (Bodie Chandler, Wade Marcus) - 3:11. Hum This Song" (Carl Davis) - 3:08. But For Now" (Bob Dorough) - 3:48. Easy Evil" (Alan O'Day) - 3:39. The Laughter and the Tears" (Randy Edelman) - 3:05. The Feeling's Good" (Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel) - 3:55. Wildflower" (David Richardson, Doug Edwards) - 4:04.
Artist: Marlena Shaw. Total songs: 11. Year: 1973. Other Marlena Shaw's Album. Songs: 11.
Album including Album cover. Coming soon! Thank you for your interest in this album. Making its first appearance on CD worldwide, „From The Depths Of My Soul was the second album on the legendary Blue Note label by jazz-and-soul songstress Marlena Shaw. From The Depths Of My Soul songs The song selection on the album runs the gamut from R&B hits of the day such as The Main Ingredient's 'Just Don't Want To Be Lonely' and 'Wildflower,' popularized by The O'Jays to 'I Know I Love Him' (from the Andrew Lloyd-Weber/Tim Rice musical Jesus Christ Superstar) and Randy. Edelman's 'The Laughter And The Tears