You Got My Mind Messed Up


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Otis Redding’s rival, James Carr, shared the same raw, gritty sensuality. Recorded in 1966,  one can hear the force of Memphis soul is his voice, especially through his hit, “Dark End of the Street.” Tender, passionate, and reckless, this record is an essential for not only newcomers to the genre, but also for old lovers of Memphis soul.

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  1. Pouring Water on a Drowning Man
  2. Love Attack
  3. Coming Back to Me Baby
  4. I Don't Want to Be Hurt Anymore
  5. That's What I Want to Know
  6. These Ain't Raindrops
  7. The Dark End of the Street
  8. I'm Going for Myself
  9. Lovable Girl
  10. Forgetting You
  11. She's Better Than You
  12. You've Got My Mind Messed Up
  13. These Arms of Mine
  14. You Don't Want Me
  15. There Goes My Used to Be
  16. A Lucky Loser
  17. Dixie Belle
  18. Search Your Heart
  19. Sock It to Me -- Baby!
  20. My Adorable One
  21. Love Is a Beautiful Thing
  22. Life Turned Her That Way
  23. A Losing Game
  24. What Can I Call My Own