Al Green Tickets
Al Green (born April 13, 1946) is an American gospel and
soul music singer who enjoyed great popularity in the early and mid
1970s. Al Green was responsible for an incredible succession
of hits including "Tired Of Being Alone", "Call Me", "Let's Get
Married", "Here I Am" and "Love and Happiness". In 2004, Al
Green was inducted into the Gospel Music Association's Gospel
Music Hall of Fame.
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Green's debut album with Hi Records was Green is Blue, a slow, horn-driven album that allowed Green to show off his powerful and expressive voice. The next LP, Al Green Gets Next To You (1970), was a massive success that included four gold singles as Al Green developed his vocal and songwriting talents. Let's Stay Together (1972) was an even bigger success, as was I'm Still In Love With You (1972). Call Me was a critical sensation, and was also just as popular at the time; it is one of his most fondly remembered albums today. Al Green Explores Your Mind (1974) contained the song "Take Me to the River" covered by the Talking Heads on their second album. From 1981 to 1989, Al Green recorded a series of gospel recordings, garnering eight "soul gospel performance" Grammys in that period.
After spending several years exclusively performing gospel, Al Green began to return to R&B. First, he released a duet with Annie Lennox, "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" for Scrooged, a Bill Murray film. His 1994 duet with country music singer Lyle Lovett blended country with R&B, garnering him his ninth Grammy, this time in a pop music category. Al Green's first secular album in some time was Your Heart's In Good Hands (1995), released to positive reviews. The same year, Al Green was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In March 2005, Al Green released Everything's OK, a follow up to his 2003 album I Can't Stop. He continues to tour with both new and old music.