Well I got a woman, Way over town, She s good to me. Oh yeah. And ohhh, Someday we're gonna get married, Don't you understand? 'Cause I'm that little girl's, One and only man. I got a woman, Way over town, She's good to me. Well I got a woman, A whole lotta woman, Yeah, lemme tell ya about that woman. Ohh, She's so good to me, yeah. She may not be good to you.
I Got A Woman Written-By – Ray. Charles. B. Brand New World Written-By – C. King-G. Category Country Year. Cp 709 px 709 cp 709. Freddie Scott. I Got A Woman, Brand New World (7"). I Got A Woman (7", Single). I Got A Woman, Brand New World (7", Single, Promo). I Got A Woman, Brand New World (7", Single). Colpix Records Colpix Records.
1 Freddie Scott version. 2 Donny Osmond version. Billy Joel recorded the song as part of the new material featured on his 1997 compilation album Greatest Hits Volume III. Jazz musician Everette Harp plays saxophone on the track. Billboard Adult Contemporary. Are You Lonely For Me". "Cry to Me". "I Shall Be Released". Make the World Go Away". Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing". (You're My) Soul and Inspiration".
Resurrected and performing again at oldies shows and television telethons, Brand New Man is passionate singer Freddie Scott's - who broke out in 1963 with "Hey Girl" - first new recording in years. Showing zero rust, Scott gets it on like the new kid on the block on 15 jams accompanied by appearances by some of rock's best, including Felix Cavaliere (Young Rascals), Isaac Hayes, Peter Wolf (the J. Geils Band), Muzz Skillings (Living Colour), Graham Parker, John Tiven, John Waite, and guitarist Robert "Butch" Johnson.
Artist: Freddie Scott Title Of Album: Brand New Man Year Of Release: 2001 Label: Evangeline Genre: Soul, blues Quality: FLAC (image+. Tracklist: 01. All I Wanna Do Is Sing 02. Laugh To Keep From Crying 03. Band New Man 04. Your Love 05. Everybody Loves Soul Music 06. Second Hand Paradise 07. Freddie Scott feat. Graham Parker, Midnight Train 08. Other Side Of Town 09.
There Scott joined the Swanee Quintet Juniors, a teen version of the famed gospel act, making his recorded debut singing lead on their "Far Away Places. He soon abandoned med school in favor of a performing career, crossing over from spiritual gospel to secular soul and in 1956 signing to Zell Sanders' J&S label to issue his debut solo single, "Running Home. A slow-burning rendition of Ray Charles' R&B classic "I Got a Woman" followed, affirming Scott as a deep soul singer of uncommon depth (even if efforts like his third Colpix entry, "Where Does Love Go," suffered from sugary over-production). Diminishing commercial returns combined with Colpix's crumbling infrastructure to relocate Scott to parent label Columbia, which dubbed him "the Million Dollar Baby" and recast him as a crooner with 1964's "One Heartache Too Many.
Freddie Scott new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. 1 of 6. I Got A Woman. 2 of 6. Cry To Me. 3 of 6. Am I Grooving You.