Pickett In The Pocket & Join Me And Let's Be Free
About this release
Of the major sixties soul starts WILSON PICKETT produced some of the biggest hits of that era including hits like ‘In the Midnight Hour’, ‘Land of a Thousand Dances’, and Mustang Sally.
I the mid seventies he recorded a number of albums for RCA Records
‘Pickett in the Pocket’ was originally released in 1974, and featured the track Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It’ by Paul Butterfield and Bobby Charles.
The follow up album ‘Join Me and Let’s Be Free’ was originally released in 1975. Amazingly in this day and age, this is the first time these album have been released on CD.
Iron It Out, Isn’t That So, Take A Look, I Was Too Nice, Don’t Pass Me By What Good Is A Lie, Young Boy Blues, Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It, You’re The One, Join Me and Let’s Be Free, Let’s Make Love Right, I’ve Got A Good Friend, Smokin’ in the United Nations, Gone, Good Things, Higher Conscience, Bailin’ Hay on a Rainy Day, Mighty Mouth.