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8 thoughts on “ See The Real Me - The Impressions - People Get Ready (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. People Get Ready Lyrics: People get ready, there's a train a-comin' / You don't need no baggage, you just get on board / All you need is faith to hear the diesels hummin' / Don't need no ticket.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of People Get Ready on Discogs. Label: ABC-Paramount - ABCS,ABC-Paramount - ABCS ,ABC-Paramount - ABC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul •/5(22).
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  4. The Impressions were an American music group from Chicago, Illinois, active from until , whose repertoire included doo-wop, gospel, soul, and R&nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo group was founded as The Roosters by Chattanooga, Tennessee natives Sam Gooden, Richard Brooks, and Arthur Brooks, who moved to Chicago, Illinois and added Jerry Butler and Curtis Mayfield to their lineup to become Jerry Butler & .
  5. As with the previous year's Keep on Pushing, People Get Ready featured another big Curtis Mayfield hit, one that made as strong an impact on the civil-rights movement as on the charts. One of the most beautiful songs of the '60s, "People Get Ready" set the oft-used "gospel train" as its theme, with Mayfield speaking of faith for the present and deliverance in the future, while Sam Gooden and.
  6. Jun 08,  · "People Get Ready" was a single by The Impressions, and the title track from the album of the same name. Please appreciate !!! Such a positive songwriter. The single is today the group's best-known hit, reaching number-three on the Billboard R&B Chart and number 14 on the Billboard Pop Chart.
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  8. It is an album where the strong gospel roots of the group comes shining through and has a collection of some of their most beautiful ballads ever recorded. Curtis starting singing, playing and writing as a young boy in the choir of the church he attended and you can see traces of that in /5(5).

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