℗ 1966 Atlantic Records
 

The Exciting Wilson Pickett

Wilson Pickett

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1.1
Land of 1000 Dances
Wilson Pickett
2:24
1.2
Something You Got
Wilson Pickett
2:58
1.3
634-5789
Wilson Pickett
2:53
1.4
Barefootin'
Wilson Pickett
2:22
1.5
Mercy, Mercy
Wilson Pickett
2:30
1.6
You're so Fine
Wilson Pickett
2:38
1.7
In the Midnight Hour
Wilson Pickett
2:37
1.8
Ninety-Nine and One-Half (Won't Do)
Wilson Pickett
2:26
1.9
Danger Zone
Wilson Pickett
2:12
1.10
I'm Drifting
Wilson Pickett
2:54
1.11
It's All Over
Wilson Pickett
2:21
1.12
She's so Good to Me
Wilson Pickett
2:17
Total Playing Time    30:32
The Exciting Wilson Pickett, released in 1966, was the third album by R&B and soul singer Wilson Pickett. This second album firmly established Picket's stature as a major '60s soul man, and launched four major hits for the artists.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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