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  • Wilson Pickett - In the Midnight Hour

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  • Wilson Pickett - Hey Jude

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    Before there was The Allman Brothers Band, Duane Allman was trying to attract any kind of attention and make a name for himself. The music business is hard you know. Though immortalized now as one of the greatest guitarist of all time, it was Gregg who was more sought out in the record business in the early days. So Duane made ends meet by being a session guitarist in studios while he decided what his next move would be.

    It was in November of 1968, when Wilson Pickett - already a star - showed up at Rick Halls Fame Studio in Muscle Shoals, AL wanting to record, but with no material or ideas. Duane, who was working for Rick but was not even the main, lead session guitarist, suggested that they cut Hey Jude, which Rick thought was the most preposterous thing he had ever heard and Wilson agreed they would NOT do it. The Beatles had just recently released it and it was climbing the charts. But Duane somehow convinced them both it was a good idea because it was a Beatles song and it would be Number 1. And, as you hear, it was a GREAT idea. This song sparked the beginning of Duane's future nickname and the formation of ABB.

    The story goes that Duane was already known as Dog because of his looks. As you might imagine, the hippie look that Duane sported was few and far between in late 1960's Alabama. When Wilson heard the way Duane played he started calling him Sky Man. Not just for his out of this world playing but also for his out of this world state of mind he liked being in (recreational activities for those who still don't get it). From there the name somewhere morphed into Skydog. Rick Hall was also so amazed that he phoned Jerry Wexler and put the phone up to the speakers on the playback so he could hear the song. Needless to say, he was also blown away by Duane's playing. And in Wilson's defense of this DA story, his vocals in this song are what they are in all his songs -- AWESOME.

    Jerry Wexler was Wilson's main producer for Atlantic who wasn't able to be there and gave the reins to Hall. Wexler, along with Phil Walden, later in '69, started Capricorn Records in Macon, GA and we all know that story. Also, Phil Walden is also the man who introduced and brought in Jaimoe to play with Duane. They started jamming together before any of the other Brothers joined in.

    Well anyway - this is for your listening pleasure and hope you enjoy it. If you want to know more of this story, I highly recommend pp. 80-88 of Skydog: The Duane Allman Story by Randy Poe. It is where this info came from and it is the best book ever if you are a Duane and/or ABB fan. And the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section...thank you...you helped change the world and the music for the better.

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  • 634-5789

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    634-5789 · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Drums: Al Jackson
    Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Tenor Saxophone: Charles Axton
    Bass Guitar: Duck Dunn
    Saxophone: Floyd Newman
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Piano: Joe Hall
    Guitar: Steve Cropper
    Trumpet: Wayne Jackson
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Eddie Floyd
    Writer: Steve Cropper

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  • In the Midnight Hour

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    In the Midnight Hour (45 Version) · Wilson Pickett

    In The Midnight Hour / I'm Not Tired (Digital 45)

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Drums: Al Jackson
    Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Tenor Saxophone: Charles Axton
    Bass Guitar: Duck Dunn
    Saxophone: Floyd Newman
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Piano: Joe Hall
    Guitar: Steve Cropper
    Trumpet: Wayne Jackson
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Steve Cropper
    Writer: Wilson Pickett

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  • Dont Let the Green Grass Fool You

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    Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Guitar: Bobby Eli
    Drums: Earl Young
    Engineer: Joe Tarsia
    Piano: Lenny Pakula
    Guitar: Norman Harris
    Guitar: Roland Chambers
    Bass Guitar: Ronnie Baker
    Organ: Thom Bell
    Piano: Ugene Dozier
    Percussion, Vibraphone: Vince Montana
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Jerry akines
    Writer: Johnnie Bellmon
    Arranger: Lenny Pakula
    Writer: Reginald Turner
    Writer: Victor Drayton

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  • Wilson Pickett - Mustang Sally

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  • Im in Love

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    I'm in Love · Wilson Pickett

    I'm In Love

    ℗ 1967 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Organ: Bobby Emmons
    Bass Guitar: Bobby Womack
    Piano: Bobby Woods
    Trumpet: Bowlegs Miller
    Tenor Saxophone: Charles Chalmers
    Saxophone: Floyd Newman
    Drums: Gene Chrisman
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Tenor Saxophone: King Curtis
    Guitar: Reggie Young
    Bass Guitar: Tommy Cogbill
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Bobby Womack
    Composer, Lyricist: Curtis
    Composer, Lyricist: Womack

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  • Bring It on Home to Me

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    Bring It on Home to Me · Wilson Pickett

    I'm In Love

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Masterer: Bill Inglot
    Trumpet: Bob Taylor
    Guitar: Bobby Womack
    Piano: Bobby Wood
    Tenor Saxophone: Charles Chalmers
    Masterer: Dan Hersch
    Saxophone: Floyd Newman
    Trumpet: Gene Bowlegs Miller
    Drums: Gene Chrisman
    Saxophone: King Curtis
    Guitar: Reggie Young
    Bass Guitar: Tom Cogbill
    Engineer, Producer: Tom Dowd
    Producer: Tommy Cogbill
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Sam Cooke

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  • Wilson Pickett - In The Midnight Hour

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    O Soul de Memphis
    Studio Bass: Donald Duck Dun (1941 - 2012)


    Gravadora : Stax/Volt

    Fonte: Soul, Funk & Disco - Fernando Savaglia

    Donald Duck Dunn - ( 1941 – 2012) foi um Baixista, produtor e compositor americano especializado em blues e gospel.
    Lendário Baixista do selo Soul / R'n'B, Stax.

    Auto didata, começou a estudar o baixo aos 16 anos de idade.

    Ainda nos tempos de Escola, Influenciado por blues e estrelas de R & B, como BB King e Ray Charles, Dunn formou sua primeira banda, The Royal Spades, que mais tarde se tornaria a Mar-Keys.

    Após se formar no Colegial, entrou como Baixista Residente na Gravadora Stax, onde gravou nomes históricos como Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett , Sam e Dave, The Blues Brothers,Neil Young, Eric Clapton e Jerry Lee Lewis.

    Sem Dúvida, Donald Duck Dunn, inovando, criando idéias de vanguarda nas linhas de baixo das gravações da Stax,foi um marco na História do R&B.

    Morreu em maio de 2012, aos 70 anos, de causas naturais.

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  • Wilson Pickett, Bring It On Home

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    This is my favorite version of this tune. It's Wilson Pickett singing his version of Sam Cooke's song, Bring It On HomeTo Me. Makes me melt every time I hear it. So good.

  • Wilson Pickett I Found a Love, Pts 1&2

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  • Wilson Pickett Greatest Hits Full Album – The Best Songs Of Wilson Pickett Live

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    Wilson Pickett Greatest Hits Full Album – The Best Songs Of Wilson Pickett Live
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  • Wilson Pickett- Everybody needs someone to Love

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    Live on TV

  • Soul Voices Vol.10 - Wilson Pickett

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    TRACKLIST
    01- It's Too Late 00:10
    02- My Heart Belongs To You 03:16
    03- I'm Sorry About That 05:36
    04- Baby Call On Me 08:41
    05- Mercy,Mercy 11:06
    06- In the Midnight Hour 13:32
    07- I'm Down To My Last Heartbreak 16:13
    08- If You Need Me 18:52
    09- Take a Little Love 21:28
    10- 6345789 23:49
    11- Barefootin' 26:43
    12- I'm Drifting 29:03
    13- Land of 1000 Dances 31:53
    14- She's So Good To Me 34:21
    15- Something You Got 36:37
    16- Ninety Nine And A Half Won't Do 39:34
    17- Danger Zone 42:14
    18- You're So Fine 44:22
    19- IT'S ALL OVER 46:54
    20- GIVE YOUR LOVIN' RIGHT NOW 49:13


    Soul Voices Vol.10 - Wilson Pickett (FULL ALBUM)
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    Wilson Pickett (March 18, 1941 – January 19, 2006) was an American singer and songwriter.

    A major figure in the development of American soul music, Pickett recorded over 50 songs which made the US R&B charts, many of which crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100. Among his best-known hits are In the Midnight Hour (which he co-wrote), Land of 1,000 Dances, Mustang Sally, and c.

    Pickett was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991, in recognition of his impact on songwriting and recording.

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  • Mustang Sally

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    Mustang Sally · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Trumpet: Bowlegs Miller
    Tenor Saxophone: Charlie Chalmers
    Bass Guitar: Chips Moman
    Tenor Saxophone: Eddie Logan
    Tenor Saxophone: Gilbert Caples
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Guitar: Jimmy Johnson
    Drums: Roger Hawkins
    Keyboards: Spooner Oldham
    Bass Guitar: Tommy Cogbill
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Bonny Rice
    Writer: Sir Mack Rice

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  • Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

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    Everybody Needs Somebody to Love · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1973 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Composer, Lyricist: Berns
    Composer, Lyricist: Burke
    Composer, Lyricist: Wexler

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  • Wilson Pickett - Dont Let The Green Grass Fool You

    2:47

    Wilson Pickett

    ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE ARTIST'S RESPECTIVE LABEL***I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG!***FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY***I DON'T OWN ANYTHING!!***

  • Wilson Pickett Im In Love

    2:28

    soulhawk

  • Wilson Pickett - Nice Jazz Festival 1999 - LIVE HD

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    Wilson Pickett - Nice Jazz Festival 1999 - LIVE HD

    - Midnight Hour
    - Don’t let the Green Grass fool you
    - I’m in Love
    - Funky Broadway
    - Ninety Nine and a Half Won’t do

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  • WILSON PICKETT - IM IN LOVE. LIVE TV PERFORMANCE 1972

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  • Tom Jones & Wilson Pickett Medley - This is Tom Jones TV Show 1970

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    Tom Jones & Wilson Pickett performing a Medley of Barefootin' / Midnight Hour & Hey Jude on TV Show This is Tom Jones in 1970.

  • Sugar Sugar

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    Sugar Sugar · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Keyboards: Barry Beckett
    Bass Guitar: David Hood
    Guitar: Eddie Hinton
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Guitar: Jimmy Johnson
    Drums: Roger Hawkins
    Producer: Tom Dowd
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Andy Kim
    Writer: Jeff Barry

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  • if you need me - wilson pickett

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  • wilson pickett - Sugar sugar

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    Lyrics - Testo


    Sugar, ah honey honey
    You are my candy girl
    And you've got me wanting you.
    Honey, ah sugar sugar
    You are my candy girl
    And you've got me wanting you.
    I just can't believe the loveliness of loving you
    (I just can't believe it's true)
    I just can't believe the one to love this feeling to.
    (I just can't believe it's true)
    Ah sugar, ah honey honey
    You are my candy girl
    And you've got me wanting you.
    Ah honey, ah sugar sugar
    You are my candy girl
    And you've got me wanting you.
    When I kissed you, girl, I knew how sweet a kiss could be
    (I know how sweet a kiss can be)
    Like the summer sunshine pour your sweetness over me
    (Pour your sweetness over me)
    Sugar, pour a little sugar on it honey,
    Pour a little sugar on it baby
    I'm gonna make your life so sweet, yeah yeah yeah
    Pour a little sugar on it oh yeah
    Pour a little sugar on it honey,
    Pour a little sugar on it baby
    I'm gonna make your life so sweet, yeah yeah yeah
    Pour a little sugar on it honey,
    Ah sugar, ah honey honey
    You are my candy girl
    And you've got me wanting you.
    Oh honey, honey, sugar sugar ..
    You are my candy girl ..

  • 634 5789 Blues Brothers featuring Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett Jonny Lang

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    From: The Blues Brothers 2000

  • WILSON PICKETT - FUNKY BROADWAY

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    Another classic! This time from the main man, Mr. Wilson Pickett doing his Funky Broadway thang !

  • Wilson Pickett Ninety Nine And A Half Wont Do

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  • Wilson Pickett 634-5789

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  • Greatest Rock Guitar Playing: Duane Allman on Wilson Picketts Hey Jude

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    Introduction: Eric Clapton names what he considers to be the best rock guitar playing on an R&B record. Duane Allman plays lead guitar on Wilson Pickett's Hey Jude-Version from 1969.
    Part of the playlist Duane Skydog Allman - Top Tracks & Solos here:
    “I love being alive and will be the best man I possibly can. I will take love wherever I find it and offer it to everyone who will take it.., seek knowledge from those wiser than me and try to teach those who wish to learn from me.” Duane Allman

  • Wilson Picket Im Sorry About That

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    1963

  • WILSON PICKETT ~ ENGINE NUMBER #9

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  • Mustang Sally by Wilson Pickett

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    A dynamic live version of Mustang Sally from the 'Wicked Pickett'
    Look at the full horn section in full swing here from this 'lost'
    Dutch TV clip from the mid 1960's. Brilliant! Check out my BLOG here

  • Wilson Pickett Montreux 1973 w/ Edwin Starr

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    Wilson Pickett & Band at Jazz Festival Montreux 1973. Also featuring Edwin Starr. Please also visit my blog:

  • WILSON PICKETT - DONT KNOCK MY LOVE. LIVE TV PERFORMANCE 1972

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    BOOMBASTIK!

  • WILSON PICKETT ~ STAGGER LEE

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    Atlantic single...

  • Wilson pickett. Funky Broadway.

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    Soul

  • Wilson Pickett - Love Will Keep Us Together

    2:53

    Wilson Pickett (March 18, 1941 -- January 19, 2006) was an American R&B, soul and rock and roll singer and songwriter. A major figure in the development of American soul music, Pickett recorded over 50 songs which hit the US R&B charts, and frequently crossed over to the US Billboard Hot 100. Among his best known hits are In the Midnight Hour (which he co-wrote), Land of 1,000 Dances, Mustang Sally, and Funky Broadway.

    The impact of Pickett's songwriting and recording led to his 1991 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Soul Train is an American musical variety television program, which aired in syndication from 1971 until 2006. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul, and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco, and gospel artists have also appeared. The series was created by Don Cornelius, who also served as its first host and executive producer.

    Production was suspended following the 2005--06 season, with a rerun package (known as The Best of Soul Train) airing for two years subsequently. As a nod to Soul Train's longevity, the show's opening sequence (during later seasons) contained a claim that it was the longest-running first-run, nationally syndicated program in television history, with over 1,100 episodes produced from the show's debut through the 2005-06 season. Despite the production hiatus, Soul Train will continue to hold this honor until at least 2016, if and when its nearest competitor, Entertainment Tonight, completes its 35th season. (If ET does not complete a 35th season, Wheel of Fortune would pass in 2018 if it continues to air.)

  • Wilson Pickett - Sugar Sugar

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  • Wilson Pickett - Everybody Needs Somebody

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    Germany, 1968

  • Wilson Pickett and Bee Gees Hey Jude

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    Hey Jude version by Wilson Pickett and bee Gees live the beatles paul mccartney john lennon 70s seventees seventy

  • Wilson Pickett - Dont Knock My Love Pt 1

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  • Dont Let the Green Grass Fool You

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    Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You · Wilson Pickett

    In Philadelphia

    ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Guitar: Bobby Eli
    Drums: Earl Young
    Engineer: Joe Tarsia
    Piano: Lenny Pakula
    Guitar: Norman Harris
    Guitar: Roland Chambers
    Bass Guitar: Ronnie Baker
    Organ: Thom Bell
    Piano: Ugene Dozier
    Percussion, Vibraphone: Vince Montana
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Jerry akines
    Writer: Johnnie Bellmon
    Arranger: Lenny Pakula
    Writer: Reginald Turner
    Writer: Victor Drayton

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  • Groovin

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    Groovin' · Wilson Pickett

    A Funky Situation

    ℗ 1978 Big Tree Records, a division of Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Writer: Eddie Brigati
    Writer: Felix Cavaliere

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  • Wilson Pickett

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  • Wilson Pickett - Fire And Water

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  • Wilson Pickett

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    Wicket Picket sings the way noone does

  • Wilson Pickett - The Midnight Hour | Directed by Peter Demetris

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    Wilson Pickett performing his classic hit The Midnight Hour, live on Tonight Live with Steve Vizard.
    Originally broadcast on the Seven Network Australia in 1992 produced by Artist Services.
    Introduced by Steve Vizard just after a particularly childish opening sketch, hence Steve's comment. Watching Wilson rehearse and sound check was a joy. The band were so tight Wilson asked them to just loosen it up a bit for him.

  • Wilson Pickett

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    Singer Wilson Pickett was renowned as an energetic and intense performer. The Prattville native gained international fame with such hits as Land of 1,000 Dances and In the Midnight Hour and became one of the biggest music stars of the 1960s and 70s. He remains one of the most unique and significant artists of the soul-music era. Atlantic Records producer Jerry Wexler encouraged Pickett to record at famed Stax Records studios in Memphis, merging the gospel roots of Pickett's vocals with the strutting, layered rhythms of the Stax musicians. Pickett soon was topping the R&B charts and crossing over to the pop charts. In early 1966, Wexler took Pickett to FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, which had built a reputation as a versatile source of hit records. He and the Muscle Shoals Swampers recorded celebratory, hard-driving hits such as Land of A Thousand Dances and Mustang Sally. Wilson Pickett was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1991.

    Photos courtesy of: Alamy, Getty Images, Archive.org

  • Im a Midnight Mover

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    I'm a Midnight Mover · Wilson Pickett

    The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett

    ℗ 1965 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Drums: Al Jackson
    Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Tenor Saxophone: Charles Axton
    Bass Guitar: Duck Dunn
    Saxophone: Floyd Newman
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Piano: Joe Hall
    Guitar: Steve Cropper
    Trumpet: Wayne Jackson
    Vocals: Wilson Pickett
    Writer: Bobby Womack
    Writer: Wilson Pickett

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  • WILSON PICKETT - Isnt That So

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