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Fortune Teller

Benny Spellman

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Benny Spellman(Vocals),  Allen Toussaint(Composer),  Barrett Strong(Composer),  Benny Spellman(Composer),  Buddy Mundlock(Composer),  Edward Hale(Composer),  Garth Brooks(Composer),  Naomi Neville(Composer),  Norman Whitfield(Composer),  Pete Townshend(Composer),  Professor Longhair(Composer),  Too Short(Composer)

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Though Collectables' presentation certainly leaves something to be desired -- it's one of their early titles and it lacks extensive packaging -- they should still be commended for having the only Benny Spellman collection available on CD. Many of his tracks are available on various-artists collections, but this is the only disc available under his own name; and the 16-track collection proves that he was one of the finest New Orleans vocalists of the early 60s. His smooth baritone found a perfect fit with Allen Toussaint's typical, earthily elegant production, and he had a great set of material, too, highlighted by the hits Fortune Teller and Lipstick Traces (On a Cigarette). The other tunes may not be hits, but they are worthy additions in that tradition; making this a necessary set for New Orleans R&B fans. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

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  • 01. Fortune Teller (02:15)
  • 02. Stickin' Witcha Baby (02:40)
  • 03. In the Night (02:24)
  • 04. Every Now and Then (02:17)
  • 05. 'Tain't It the Truth (02:36)
  • 06. Life Is Too Short (02:32)
  • 07. You Don't Love Me No More (02:31)
  • 08. Talk About Love (02:32)
  • 09. I Feel Good (02:27)
  • 10. Lipstick Traces (on a cigarette) (02:23)
  • 11. I'll Never Leave You (03:29)
  • 12. It's for You (02:33)
  • 13. Word Game (02:11)
  • 14. You Got to Get It (02:45)
  • 15. Anywhere You Go (02:03)
  • 16. 10-4 (Calling All Cars) (02:49)

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Benny Spellman

The deep bass voice of New Orleans R&B vocalist Benny Spellman boomed through loud and clear on many early-'60s Allen Toussaint productions, but he enjoyed a major hit of his own in 1962, Lipstick Traces (On a Cigarette). Spellman spent some time with Huey Piano Smith and the Clowns before signing with Minit, where Toussaint utilized his deep pipes to full advantage as a backing vocalist behind Er

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