Thank You Pretty Baby. US 16 14 Wo. This Time Of The Year. US 66 5 Wo. US 5 15 Wo. UK 41 6 Wo. US 7 17 Wo. Hither And Thither And Yon. US 58 6 Wo. The Ties That Bind. US 37 9 Wo. US 7 13 Wo. The Same One. US 16 12 Wo. UK 50 1 Wo. US 24 10 Wo. US 93 1 Wo. Think Twice. US 11 12 Wo. For My Baby. US 28 8 Wo. The Boll Weevil Song. UK 30 9 Wo. US 2 16 Wo. Frankie and Johnny. US 20 8 Wo. Let Me Fix It. However, this album used the Dixie Flyers as the backing band and augmented them with the dream horn section of Joe Newman on trumpet, King Curtis on tenor sax, Pepper Adams on baritone, and Benny Powell on trombone.
The Flyers give the record a more organic feel that the horns and strings take straight uptown, giving the record a unique sound. Benton's vocals are just as impressive and the song selection is mostly first-rate. He didn't, but the songs sure sound good. Brook Benton. WJMK Clarence Carter. The Controllers. Percy Sledge. Otis Redding. King Curtis. William Bell. Etta James. Rude Boys. Al Green. The Trammps. Guitar Slim.
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Just start typing to find music. Play Next. Create a mix.Aug 15, · 4. Brook Benton with the Dixie Flyers - "Shoes" (Billboard #67, entered 12/26/70, soul #18).Written by Don Covay and George Soule. Produced by Arif Mardin. "Shoes"/"Let Me Fix It" (Cotillion ). LP: Story Teller (Cotillion ). Slinky, forgotten single recorded with Memphis studio aces the Dixie Flyers, a fourth encore that finds Benton having a hard time saying goodbye with his.