Archive for Jean Wells

Track Of The Day:Jean Wells – I’ve Been Along This Way Before (John Morales Mix )

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 30, 2011 by dk


Like always something different at EMN.
Today we have one of the best tracks from Jean Wells deluxe album Soul on Soul.
Jean Wells’ story is not an extraordinary one in the world of soul, although her voice certainly was.
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BBE pres.Jean Wells – Soul On Soul (Deluxe Edition)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2011 by dk

Released: 2011-11-28
Jean Wells’ story is not an extraordinary one in the world of soul, although her voice certainly was. Her biggest hit ‘Have A Little Mercy’ from 1967 was a glorious slice of deep soul, a plea to a lover, whom she is addicted to, but who doesn’t seem to notice. Her gospel-trained voice perfectly encapsulating those feelings, whilst a stark arrangement dominated by an ethereal organ and dramatic horn stabs heightens the unbearable effect this man is having on Jean’s life. Yet at the time this record only reached number 25 in the R&B charts, just another bit of genius amongst many, thrown out by the black American music industry at one of its most creative and profligate periods.

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Jean Wells-What Have I Got To Lose b/w Somebody’s Been Loving You (But It Ain’t Been Me) on BBE

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on October 11, 2011 by dk

Released: 2011-11-07

Jean Wells’ story is not an extraordinary one in the world of soul, although her voice certainly was. Her biggest hit ‘Have A Little Mercy’ from 1967 was a glorious slice of deep soul, a plea to a lover, whom she is addicted to, but who doesn’t seem to notice. Her gospel-trained voice perfectly encapsulating those feelings, whilst a stark arrangement dominated by an ethereal organ and dramatic horn stabs heightens the unbearable effect this man is having on Jean’s life. Yet at the time this record only reached number 25 in the R&B charts, just another bit of genius amongst many, thrown out by the black American music industry at one of its most creative and profligate periods.

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