Livin' for You is the seventh album from soul musician Al Green. Released in 1973 it includes the hit title track and "Let's Get Married. The album cracked the Top 25 in the Billboard Pop Albums chart and was the fourth album from the artist to peak at on the Soul Albums chart. Side one. "Livin' for You" (Al Green, Willie Mitchell) - 3:12. Home Again" (Green) - 3:59. Free at Last" (Green) - 3:30. Let's Get Married" (Green) - 5:36. So Good to Be Here" (Green, Michael Allen) - 2:47.
Tracklist: 1. Livin’ For You, 2. Home Again, 3. Free At Last, 4. Let’s Get Married, 5. So Good To Be Here, 6. Sweet Sixteen, 7. Unchained Melody, 8. My God Is Real, 9. Beware. More albums from Al Green: White Christmas by Al Green. Going Away by Al Green. Explores Your Mind by Al Green. Love Ritual (Rare & Previously Unreleased 1968-76) by Al Green. Tokyo Live by Al Green. Soul Survivor by Al Green. Have A Good Time by Al Green. View all albums . Livin’ For You.
Al Green has the amazing ability to mix religious sounds with the secular and the two sounds perfectly mesh on Livin' For You. "Free At Last", "Livin' For You", "Home Again", "So Good To Be Here" and "Beware" take on dual meanings. They could either be about the love of a woman or of God. "Let's Get Married" was the album's single and is a stirring song. Livin' For You is an underrated album in Al Green's catalog and is definitely worth a listen. 3 people found this helpful. when Al Green was on a roll he was unstoppable. this album is a tribute to the greatness of hi. Let's Get Married" is a Ja. he title cut is timeless as well. i use to hear these cuts growing up&they still touch me the same. those Organs,&Horns. you can't get enough of this. the man is so Soulful. albums like this really showcase his Genius&range.
Livin' for You is Green's sixth album, and the fourth to be certified gold. Its predecessor, the classic Call Me, was still on the charts when this was released. Each of Green's albums with Willie Mitchell are singular, with their own distinct style, and Livin' for You is no exception. It takes a more relaxed approach and offers some of his best ballads; the title track is Green at his most engaging, even when he sang potentially mood-interrupting lines like "I'm tired of your bright ideas about leaving m.
Livin' for You" is a song recorded by Al Green and co-written by Green and Willie Mitchell. It was the title track of Green's 1973 album Livin' for You. Released as a single in December of that year, it eventually became Green's fourth single to reach the number one spot on Billboard's R&B Singles Chart, but his first without the involvement of drummer Al Jackson, J. who had reunited with his former group, Booker T. & the MG's. Boston - Livin' for You. Al Green - Livin' For You. Livin For You 1973 - Al Green.
Livin For You. This song is by Al Green and appears on the album Livin' For You (1973)
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