“Goin’ To Memphis” by Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - album review

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TJR says

For me, very much a brand name on the slide at this stage. It's Mark Lindsay who's taken over, and this LP sees him explore the Memphis Soul sound, but too often coming across like a polished cabaret turn. No need.

The Jukebox Rebel
30-Dec-2008

A1 [02:35] 3.3.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Boogaloo Down Broadway (Jesse James) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:14] 2.8.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Every Man Needs A Woman (Mark Lindsay) Pop
A3 [02:35] 2.5.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - My Way (Mark Lindsay) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [02:35] 2.8.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - One Night Stand (Mark Lindsay) Pop
A5 [02:33] 4.4.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Soul Man (Isaac Hayes, David Porter) Soul
A6 [03:31] 3.2.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Love You So (Mark Lindsay) Soul Ballad
B1 [02:28] 3.8.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - I Don’t Want Nobody (To Lead Me On) (Harold Thomas, Lee W. Jones Jr.) Soul
B2 [02:34] 4.8.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - I’m A Loser Too (Mark Lindsay) Soul
B3 [02:08] 5.5.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - No Sad Songs (Darryl Carter) Soul
B4 [02:22] 4.3.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Cry On My Shoulder (Freddy Welller) Soul Ballad
B5 [02:06] 3.1.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Peace Of Mind (Mark Lindsay, Terry Melcher) Soul
B6 [02:47] 4.0.png Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay - Goin’ To Memphis (Mark Lindsay) Soul




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