“We’re Almost Home” by Solomon Burke - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1972Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

The 3rd and final LP for MGM. 1 back album track repeats - “We’re Almost Home” (Cool Breeze, 1972). Nothing interesting or exciting to report on this one. The general lack of creative spark is best exemplified in the fact that the two best tracks are cover versions, as Solomon tips his hat to Ray Charles on “Drown In My Own Tears” and “Cant Stop Loving You”.

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A1 [02:24] 4.8.png Solomon Burke - We’re Almost Home (Solomon Burke Sr.) Soul Ballad
A2 [03:40] 4.5.png Solomon Burke - I’ve Got To Do My Own Thing (Solomon Burke Sr., Solomon Burke Jr., James W. Alexander) Soul
A3 [03:35] 4.7.png Solomon Burke - I Got To Tell It (James W. Alexander, Willie Hutchison) Soul
A4 [05:45] 6.2.png Solomon Burke - Drown In My Own Tears (Henry Glover) Soul Ballad
A5 [05:24] 5.3.png Solomon Burke - I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) Soul
B1 [03:20] 5.0.png Solomon Burke - The Things Love Will Make You Do (Willie Hutchison) Soul
B2 [03:27] 4.1.png Solomon Burke - Everybody Wants To Fall In Love (James W. Alexander, Bobby Womack) Pop
B3 [02:45] 4.5.png Solomon Burke - Misty (Erroll Garner, Johnny Burke) R n B
B4 [03:54] 5.0.png Solomon Burke - Everything’s Going To Be Alright, Very Soon (Solomon Burke Sr., Solomon Burke Jr., James W. Alexander) Disco / Funk
B5 [02:55] 4.0.png Solomon Burke - Sweet, Sweet Reason (Paul Evans, Paul Parnes) Pop
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