When A Man Loves A Woman Percy Sledge
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- 1When A Man Loves A Woman02:54
- 2My Adorable One02:46
- 3Put A Little Lovin' On Me02:47
- 4Love Me All The Way02:35
- 5When She Touches Me02:35
- 6You're Pouring Water On A Drowning Man02:25
- 7Thief In The Night02:31
- 8You Fooled Me02:38
- 9Love Makes The World Go Round02:46
- 11Love Me Like You Mean It02:29
Info for When A Man Loves A Woman
Before he was the “King of Country Soul,” Sledge was an Alabama-born former hospital worker, playing with a soul combo on weekends. In 1966 he signed to Atlantic, and, following a break-up with a longtime girlfriend, recorded a simple, heartfelt single, “When a Man Loves a Woman.” The impassioned, off-the-cuff delivery (an entirely honest one – Sledge improvised the lyrics on the spot) helped propel the song to No. 1 around the world. Sledge enjoyed other Top 40 hits for the rest of his Atlantic tenure, but it’s “When a Man Loves a Woman” that he’ll forever be associated with.
The aching sincerity in Percy Sledge’s voice on the #1 smash “When A Man Loves A Woman” made him an instant star in 1966. The singer spent the next eight years with Atlantic Records, refining his mix of country and soul in studios around Muscle Shoals, Alabama, not far from where Sledge was born in 1940.
Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All Time - 'When a Man Loves a Woman' - Rated 53/500
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