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For Cryin Out Loud - Al Wilson - Show And Tell (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. American soul music veteran singer Al Wilson had his first big hit in with "The Snake" and remained strong on the charts throughout the late 's and into the early 70's. Today he is best known for his platinum selling album "Show And Tell," which was considered a certified soul riebrilcinleditithedemaltelali.coinfo: $
  2. They released an album, Climax featuring Sonny Geraci [Rocky Road RR] in May, , which reached # in the album charts. There were no known albums issued while the company was using the Carousel name. Al Wilson had had some success in the s with Johnny Rivers' Soul City label, and eventually proved to be Rocky Road's biggest star.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Al Wilson - Show And Tell at Discogs. Complete your Al Wilson collection/5().
  4. The resulting album's success was matched by the single, which sold well over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in December [3] " The La La Peace Song ", released in , was another success, although O. C. Smith recorded and released a version simultaneously, causing sales of Wilson's version to suffer as a.
  5. 1) Show and Tell 2) I'm Out to Get You 3) Queen of the Ghetto 4) Touch and Go 5) My Song 6) Broken Home 7) What You See 8) Love Me Gentle Love Me Blind 9) Moonlightn' 10) For Cryin' Out Loud .
  6. For Cryin' Out Loud; ; ; $ Buy. 11; A Song, For You; ; ; $ Buy. 0/11 $ ; Buy selected. Add to cart. Discography of Al Wilson. Searching For The Dolphins Al Wilson; Show And Tell (Remastered ) Al Wilson; La La Peace Song (Vinyl) Al Wilson; Weighing In (Rocky Road LP) Al Wilson; I've Got A Feeling (Vinyl) Al.
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  8. A classic bit of LA crossover soul, with the huge hit "Show & Tell" that broke Al Wilson from being a strange showy performer into a brief standard on 70s AM radio. Arrangements are by H.B. Barnum, so you can expect a nice bit of soul in with Al's more theatrical performance style – and other cuts include "Queen Of The Ghetto", "What You See.

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