From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sam Cooke. Rhythm and blues soul. Derek Watson William Best. Cooke Lou Adler Herb Alpert. Pee Wee King Redd Stewart. Cooke J. Crain — backing vocals Sue Allen — backing vocals Thomas D. Kenny — backing vocals Thomas L.
Retrieved April 13, New York: Back Bay Books , p. Comes Love. Ain't Nobody's Business. Little Things You Do. There, I've Said It Again. When I Fall In Love. Let's Go Steady Again. What A Wonderful World. Chain Gang. I Belong To Your Heart. Teenage Sonata. Love Me. Sad Mood Unreleased Version. You Belong To Me. Sad Mood. Hold On. Tenderness Unreleased Version. Trouble In Mind. Out In The Cold Again.
Exactly Like You. Since I Met You Baby. But Not For Me. You're Always On My Mind. Send Me Some Lovin'. All the Way. Smoke Rings. Wish You Love. Driftin' Blues. Little Girl. Cry Me a River. Arthur Hamilton. These Foolish Things. Frankie and Johnny. Another Saturday Night. Love Will Find a Way. Cool Train. Track Listing - Disc 4. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen.
Lost and Lookin'. Mean Old World. Please Don't Drive Me Away. I Lost Everything. Ella Tate. Get Yourself Another Fool. Little Red Rooster. Laughin' and Clownin'. Trouble Blues. You Gotta Move. Fool's Paradise. Charles E. You Send Me Sam Cooke. Spotify Amazon. Desire Me Bruce Culver. Lonely Island Eden Ahbez. Only Sixteen Sam Cooke. With You Sam Cooke.
Chain Gang Sam Cooke. Teenage Sonata Jeff Barry. Love Me Sam Cooke. Sad Mood Sam Cooke. Little Red Rooster. Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. Sam Cooke was essential to early soul music, a fact perhaps never more apparent than on "Bring It on Home to Me. The Drifters. Otis Redding. Wilson Pickett. The Platters. Labels: RCA.
Theme: Greatest Hits. Mary Wells.Sam Cooke. The Singing Children (members Sam Cook, Charles Cook, Jr., Mary Cook and Hattie Cook) family gospel group. The Highway QC’s (members Sam Cook, Credell Copeland, Lee Richards, Marvin Jones, Charles Richards and Gus Trentwell) The Soul Stirrers (members Sam Cook (lead), Paul Foster (lead), Roy (S. R.) Crain (first tenor), Thomas L. Bruster (baritone), R. B. Robinson (baritone.