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Ain't That Good News

Sam Cooke

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

Billboard 200 - #34, 1964
Billboard Hot 100 - #10, 1963 - Another Saturday Night

"The acoustics are crisp with Cooke’s velvety vocals matched by bright horns and upfront rhythm section ... all in superb remastered sound."
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1
(Ain't That) Good News
Sam Cooke
2:30
2
Meet Me At Mary's Place
Sam Cooke
2:43
3
Good Times
Sam Cooke
2:28
4
Rome (Wasn't Built In A Day)
Sam Cooke
2:34
5
Another Saturday Night
Sam Cooke
2:42
6
Tennessee Waltz
Sam Cooke
3:12
7
A Change Is Gonna Come
Sam Cooke
3:13
8
Falling In Love
Sam Cooke
2:46
9
Home (When Shadows Fall)
Sam Cooke
2:32
10
Sittin' In The Sun
Sam Cooke
3:18
11
There'll Be No Second Time
Sam Cooke
3:03
12
The Riddle Song
Sam Cooke
2:30
Total Playing Time    33:31
The last studio album released during Sam Cooke's lifetime and his most critically-acclaimed, Ain't That Good News from 1964 includes one of Cooke's biggest singles, the top 10 hit Another Saturday Night which would be covered by Cat Stevens over a decade later. Also contains Cooke's signature protest song, the poignant, socially relevant ballad A Change Is Gonna Come, an anthem for the Civil Rights movement.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ABKCO Music & Records Studio Masters

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