Ralph Soul Jackson | Just Because I Love You

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Just Because I Love You

by Ralph Soul Jackson

this album is all about love
Genre: Urban/R&B: Quiet Storm
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1. Will You Take Me Back
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2:42 $0.99
2. There Must Be A Reason
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2:57 $0.99
3. Love You Forever
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3:24 $0.99
4. Just Because I Love You
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3:06 $0.99
5. Play Some Southern Soul
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3:17 $0.99
6. You're Been Very Good To Me
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7. Somewhere In This World
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8. Please Set Me Free
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Album Notes
this album explain what love is about and how a relatationship should be


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Gareth Davies

HEART Versus HEAD---- The Truth
The "Soul" in Ralph's moniker is a little misleading. Mr Jackson's roots originally lay more in blues despite being a staple in the Alabama music scene since Adam was a lad. His claim to national mini-fame goes back to his mid 60's superb cover of Clapton's Cream classic "Sunshine of your love". I'd characterize his soul style as close to Al Green's Hi catalogue with the legendary Willie Mitchell as it gets, as this album testifies. Unfortunately there's nothing within a country mile of "Sunshine" to commend this album. Make no mistake the long undervalued and underexposed Mr Jackson is among a fast dying breed of genuine old school singers who will always eke out a living in the juke joints of their locality. Its good to see him still putting out music but there's next to no chance he'll hit paydirt again with material of this standard. Guys like Percy Sledge and to a lesser extent Clarence Carter who can still sell tickets in Europe and the UK--have no fear here. I hope Ralph gets the tune to change that reality-- he deserves better, and I REALLY wish I could leave a more upbeat commentary but I have to be honest even if it hurts.