Al Green (producer), Willie Mitchell (producer), Al Jackson, Jr. (instrument), Howard Grimes (instrument), Wayne Jackson (instrument), Willie Mitchell (engineer), Mabon Hodges (instrument), Sandra Rhodes (vocal), Charles Chalmers (vocal), Donna Rhodes (vocal), Leroy Hodges (instrument), Andrew Love (instrument), Ed Logan (instrument), Jack Hale (instrument), James Mitchell (instrument arranger), Charles Chalmers (instrument arranger), Charles Hodges (instrument), James Mitchell (instrument)
Al Green (lyricist), Al Green (composer)
Reverend Albert Green (born April 13 1946 in Forrest City, Arkansas) is an American Grammy award winning soul and gospel singer who enjoyed great popularity in the 70s with the hit singles Let's Stay Together, Tired Of Being Alone and You Oughta Be With Me. Green boasted a voice capable of both fluid high streams of sugar and deep south growls and rasps. He has sold over 20 million records worldwide and was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995, being referred to as "one of the most gifted purveyors of soul music."
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