“Cry Like A Baby” by The Box Tops - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1968Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Opens explosively with the soul stomper “Cry Like A Baby”, but then proceeds to deliver, by comparison, a tepid album of sugar-coated adult-orientated soul-pop…

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A1 [02:32] 7.3.png The Box Tops - Cry Like A Baby (Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham) Soul
A2 [02:09] 4.9.png The Box Tops - Deep In Kentucky (Bill Davidson) Soul
A3 [03:03] 4.6.png The Box Tops - I’m The One For You (Lee W. Jones, Harold Thomas) Soul
A4 [03:02] 3.3.png The Box Tops - Weeping Analeah (Dan Folger, Mickey Newbury) Pop Ballad
A5 [02:33] 3.9.png The Box Tops - Every Time (Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham) Soul
A6 [02:49] 4.2.png The Box Tops - Fields Of Clover (Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham) Soul
B1 [02:14] 3.2.png The Box Tops - Trouble With Sam (Dan Penn) Pop
B2 [02:27] 3.3.png The Box Tops - Lost (Mark James, Glen Spreen) Soul
B3 [03:37] 2.5.png The Box Tops - Good Morning Dear (Mickey Newbury) Country
B4 [02:16] 2.9.png The Box Tops - 727 (Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham) Pop
B5 [03:40] 5.0.png The Box Tops - You Keep Me Hangin’ On (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) Psychedelia

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