Sam Cooke Discography
This is a listing of all of the singles and albums released by American R&B singer and songwriter, Sam Cooke. Over the course of his eight-year career, Cooke charted twenty-nine Top 40 singles on the Billboard Pop Singles chart. He also charted twenty singles in the top ten of Billboard's R&B chart, Black Singles chart. Between 1957 and 1960, Sam Cook's records were produced on the Keen label. From 1960 through 1966. they were produced on the RCA label.
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... Few of Cooke's original albums from the 50s and 60s made it to the medium of compact disc ... Ownership of Cooke's material is split between RCA (roughly 1958-1963) and Abkco (post 1963) with each label releasing their own compilations and rarely cross-licensing (Portrait of a Legend, 1951-1964 being the ... To The Lady (1959, ABKCO) The Best of Sam Cooke (1962, RCA) One Night Stand! Live At The Harlem Square Club (1963, RCA) Night Beat (1963, RCA) Ain't That Good News (1964, ABKCO) At The Copa (1964, ABKCO) The ...
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