In Philadelphia + Don’t Knock My Love

Wilson Pickett

In Philadelphia + Don’t Knock My Love

Wilson Pickett

In Philadelphia + Don’t Knock My Love

Release information

Release information

Label: Edsel • Format: CD • Date: 25/11/2016 Cat#: EDSK7112 • Barcode: 740155711238 • Genre: R&B and Soul, Rock Sub Genre: Rock N' Roll

Track Listing

  1. Run Joey Run
  2. Help The Needy
  3. Come Right Here
  4. Bumble Bee (Sting Me)
  5. Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You
  6. Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number Nine
  7. Days Go By
  8. International Playboy
  9. Ain’t No Doubt About It
  10. Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You [single edit]
  11. Engine Number Nine [single edit]
  12. International Playboy [remix]
  13. Funky Broadway [live in Ghana]
  14. Land Of 1000 Dances [live in Ghana]
  15. Un' Avventura
  16. Heaven
  17. Can't Stop A Man In Love
  18. One Step Away
  19. Funk Factory
  1. Fire And Water
  2. (Your Love Has Brought Me) A Mighty Long Way
  3. Covering The Same Old Ground
  4. Don’t Knock My Love [Part 1]
  5. Don’t Knock My Love [Part 2]
  6. Call My Name, I’ll Be There
  7. Hot Love
  8. Not Enough Love To Satisfy
  9. You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
  10. Pledging My Love
  11. Mama Told Me Not To Come
  12. Woman Let Me Be Down Home
  13. Don’t Knock My Love Part 2 [single version]
  14. If You Need Me [remake]
  15. Don't Forget The Bridge
  16. Rock Of Ages
  17. Many Roads To Travel
  18. Hope She'll Be Happier
  19. Believe I'll Shout
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About this release

record “In Philadelphia”. The album contained the hit singles “Engine No. 9” and the million-selling “Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You”.

For “Don’t Knock My Love” (1971), Pickett returned to Muscle Shoals Studios. The title track was his fifth and last R&B # 1 hit, another million-seller, and his cover of Free’s “Fire And Water” reached R&B # 2. The cover of Randy Newman’s “Mama Told Me Not To Come” was his last single on the Atlantic label.

The bonus tracks include some non-album singles sides and recordings from 1971 and 1972 that remained unreleased until a very limited edition box set in 2010. The booklet includes lengthy annotation by acknowledged expert Tony Rounce.