James Carr – At The Dark End of The Street (7″, US)

February 1967 Goldwax Records Goldwax 317
A. The Dark End of the Street
B. Loveable Girl
James Carr - At The Dark End of The Street (7″, US) - Label - Side A
NOTES:
The Dark End of the Street (LYRICS) by James Carr was recorded in 1966 and released as 7″ single reaching number 10 in the US R&B Charts and 77 Pop charts in February 1967. This song also appears on the 1966 James Carr album You Got My Mind Messed Up (Goldwax LP 3001).

Cat Power recorded a cover of Dark End of the Street which was included in the original running order of Jukebox but was not issued until the Dark End of the Street EP double 10″ was released in December 2008.

SONG CREDITS:
A. The Dark End of the Street
Writers: Dan Penn/Chips Moman
Arranged: Dan Penn/Chips Moman
Published: Press Music, BMI
Produced: Quinton M. Claunch/Rudolph Russell
Recorded at Royal Recording Studios in Memphis (in the fall of 1966)

Musicians:
Bass: Tommy Cogbill
Drums: Gene Chrisman
Guitar: Reggie Young
Keyboards: Bobby Woods
Organ: Bobby Emmons
Horns: The Memphis Horns

B. Loveable Girl
Writer: O. B. McClinton
Published: Ridgetop Music
Produced: Quinton Claunch/Rudolph Russell
Recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Studios in Memphis, Tennesse

SLEEVE NOTES:
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BARCODE: n/a

RUN-OUT GROOVE ENGRAVING:
A: [unknown]
B: [unknown]

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