“The Sagittarius Movement” by Jerry Butler - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1971Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Notable for housing Jerry’s last million seller, the pathetic warbling warblers ballad “Ain’t Understanding Mellow”, co-sung with Brenda Lee Eager (although she isn’t co-billed on the album). The bass players got some kinda natty touches… but he’s wasted on this tripe.

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A1 [02:57] 2.3.png Jerry Butler - Walk Easy My Son (Charles Jackson) Pop
A2 [03:01] 1.3.png Jerry Butler - Simple Country Girl (Skip Scarborough) Pop
A3 [02:39] 0.8.png Jerry Butler - Said A Mother Said A Father (Herscholt Polk, Homer Talbert) Pop Ballad
A4 [03:02] 0.6.png Jerry Butler - Let Me Be (Skip Scarborough) Pop Ballad
A5 [03:31] 3.1.png Jerry Butler - Sail Away (Billy Butler, Larry Wade, Terry Callier) Soul Ballad
B1 [03:05] 2.6.png Jerry Butler - Windy City Soul (Larry Wade, Terry Callier) Soul
B2 [04:22] 0.8.png Jerry Butler - Ain’t Understanding Mellow (Herscholt Polk, Homer Talbert) Soul Ballad
B3 [03:39] 2.1.png Jerry Butler - True Love Don’t Come Easy (Charles Jackson) Soul
B4 [03:12] 5.1.png Jerry Butler - The Girl In His Mind (Charles Jones) Soul Ballad
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