Im Coming Home (Parts 1 & 2) - The Staple Singers - The Best Of The Vee-Jay Years

Los Angeles address on back cover. Vee-Jay rainbow brackets label. Flat black brackets label with no rainbow band. No address on back cover. LP - Jimmy Reed Now Appearing - Jimmy Reed [? Although this album is from the stereo master, it sounds like someone rechanneled the whole album, anyway, as there is much more reverb here than on SR Strangely, two of the songs just end by cutting the tape off, rather than a fade.

And it goes on and on and on. Such a joy. Full of emotion; passion, moved by the spirit, and of course gorgeous singing, harmonies. I've looked around for lyrics, and even those allegedly by the Staple Singers don't contain all the verses sung here. Some verses from other gospel songs are incorporated it seems eg: I don't know but I've been told; streets of heaven are paved with gold. TheFizz40 "Brilliant. Joplin always said Mavis was her biggest influence.

This makes it plain. The song starts with the singer saying she's going to heaven on the morning train. The other day I really heard a later verse that passed me by before. The words "I'm gonna choose my seat" jumped out at me. Other times I didn't catch the significance of what it was talking about. At that point I got pretty choked up. This version of the song was released as a single in , very soon after Rosa Parks refused to move.

It was released on the album "Uncloudy Days" in I couldn't find lyrics so I decided to write out them out below -- not easy in some places. Of course I might have gotten parts of it wrong.

I had a hard time with the verse that starts out "Tell my father. Her singing just knocked me out And Mavis was a great singer—deep and mysterious.

And even at the young age, I felt that life itself was a mystery. The Staples move to Epic saw a run of albums, including the live in-church Freedom Highway album produced by Billy Sherrill ; the title track of which was a civil rights movement protest song penned by Pops Staples. Both hits sold over one million copies and were each awarded a gold disc by the RIAA.

However, they were not able to regain their momentum, releasing only occasional minor hits. The song "Respect Yourself" was used by Spike Lee in the soundtrack to his movie Crooklyn , made in Pops Staples died of complications from a concussion suffered in December In , the group was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Cleotha Staples died in Chicago on February 21, , at the age of 78, after suffering from Alzheimer's disease for over a decade. The documentary film Mavis! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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