Let's Stay Together
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Let's Stay Together is a 1972 album by the soul singer Al Green, and is the follow-up to his moderate success Al Green Gets Next to You.
It was recorded at Royal Recording Studio, 1320 S. Lauderdale, in Memphis and was a success, peaking at number eight on the pop albums chart and became the first of six albums to peak at number-one on the soul album chart.
It is best known for the title track "Let's Stay Together", which became Green's signature song and his only number-one pop hit single.
The album was the third produced by Willie Mitchell and marked the beginning of Green's classic period of critically acclaimed albums.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Funk & Soul|
- 1. Let's Stay Together
- 2. La-la for You
- 3. So You're Leaving
- 4. What Is This Feeling
- 5. Old Time Lovin'
- 6. I've Never Found a Girl
- 7. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
- 8. Judy
- 9. Ain't No Fun to Me