- Audio CD (7 July 2009)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Hip-O Select
- ASIN: B002B4TKKY
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 197,638 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Everlasting: The Best of Carl Carlton
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(2009/Hip-O) 22 tracks 1969-81 with 12 page color booklet. Limited Edition
Look At Mary Wonder
46 Drums - 1 Guitar
Competition Ain't Nothin'
Don't Walk Away
Drop By My Place
I Can Feel It
You've Got So Much
Sure Miss Loving You
The Generation Gap
I Won't Let That Chump Break Your Heart
I Wanna Be Your Main Squeeze
You Can't Stop A Man In Love
Morning, Noon And Nightime
Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody
This Feeling's Rated X-tra
She's A Bad Mama Jama
I Think It's Gonna Be Alright
Top Customer Reviews
His singing and deliverance is very emotional and this album is a collection of his best hits. When you hear him singing you can see why Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder praised his talent. It's a shame that the album does not have 'baby I need your loving' originally by the Four Tops.
Nevertheless there was a few songs that I had never heard before, which was an added bonus. The variety of songs shows how good Carl's vocal range is and proves that he can sing virtually any kind of song.
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But on musical terms, this is a delightful collection, offering a depth and variety than I found very pleasantly surprising. Most listeners only know Carl Carlton by his two big hits --- "Everlasting Love" and "She's a Bad Mama Jama" --- and I have to admit that I was one of those people. But I consider "Everlasting Love" one of the finest and most magical songs of the 1970s and I was eager to hear more music by this smooth-voiced singer. Imagine my delight to find out that he had started recording in 1968, and those late '60s and early '70s songs that are included on this collection are very good ones indeed. The only songs I don't like are the final two cuts, both from his 1985 album "Private Property." They resort to using some very lame rapping, which is a total contrast from the rest of the material on here, which is rooted in classic soul and pop.
The booklet that comes with the CD gives you songwriting credits, original issue dates and the album the song came from, plus chart positions if there were any. Song times are listed on the back cover. A nice compilation, but I'm puzzled why they didn't include more information about these recordings and Carl Carlton's singing career. An opportunity wasted.