Legendary Soul Musician And Author Charles Wright
Releases New Album “Something To Make You Feel Good”
Los Angeles, California — Charles Wright, soul music legend, author, and founding member of the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band has released his brand new solo album, Something to Make You Feel Good. The album, which is available on iTunes and Amazon features the lead single “She Don’t Believe in Love”. This single from the writer of the 70’s hit “Express Yourself” features a funky blend of classic and contemporary sounds that will excite new old and new fans.
Something to Make You Feel Good is one of the year’s most anticipated soul/funk/R&B albums. The 13 tracks showcase Charles’ legendary songwriting as well as his understated guitar lines and vocals. The single “She Don’t Believe in Love” is storytelling of a pained relationship and the couple’s attempts to reconcile their love. Wright conveys the pain of this situation not only through percussive guitars but also through his expressive vocals, which shine in a way that belies Wright’s fifty-year career in the music industry. The digital album is available now and CDs will soon be available through Charles’ own label, A Million $ Worth Of Memories Records.
With the release of his first in a planned series of memoirs earlier this year, Charles Wright has become a critically acclaimed author. The book, entitled “Up From Where We’ve Come” tells the story of Wright’s upbringing in rural Mississippi in the 1940’s and early 1950’s.
You can find the book on Amazon or at ExpressYourself.net
01 Answer to my prayers
02 Apartment living
03 Looking for an ugly woman
04 Better watch out
05 I got feelings too
06 She don’t believe in love LYRICS
08 Thank God for tonight
09 Made in the shade
10 Throwing in the towel
11 Comfort me
12 Peace of mind
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