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634-5789 (Soulsville, . This song is by Johnny Van Zant and appears on the album No More Dirty Deals (1980). If you need a little lovin', call on meIf you want a little huggin', call on meI'll be right here at homeAll you gotta do is pick up the telephoneDial now. That's my numberThat's my number. If you need some huggin', call on meIf you want some kissin', call on meNo, more lonely nights will be aloneAll you gotta do is pick up the telephoneAnd dial now. " is a soul song written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper. It was first recorded by Wilson Pickett on his 1966 Atlantic Records album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. The single reached on the "Black Singles" chart and on the "Pop Singles" chart. The song has been covered by performers including Otis Redding, Ry Cooder, Johnny Van Zant, Tower of Power, and country singer Trace Adkins
Lyrics to "634-5789 (Soulsville, . 634-5789 (That's my number) 634-5789. Oh, I'll be right there Just as soon as I can And if I'd be a little late now I hope that you'll understand, oh yeah. And if you need a little lovin', you can count on me, oh yeah And if you want some of my kissin', call on me You better believe you can, no more lonely nights, will you be alone All you gotta do is call me on the telephone and dial. 634-5789 (That's my number, baby) 634-5789. 634-5789 (That's our number) 634-5789 (That's our number)
Otis Redding – 634-5789 (Soulsville, . 1, 2, 6, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9. If you need some good loving Just call on me, Lord have mercy If you want some good kissing, yeah Call on me, ha, Lord have mercy. Oh, I'll be right here at home, not gonna move Just call me on the telephone That number is 634-578, honey That's my number. Alright, alright I'm calling out loud, baby You knew I'd call it out loud, girl Baby, I've got the 634-5789 I've got the 634-5789 Just call me at 634-5789. Lyrics submitted by planetearth. 634-5789" as written by Eddie Floyd Steve Cropper. Album: The Exciting Wilson Pickett (1966). Before Pickett got there to work on The Exciting Wilson Pickett album, Atlantic sent their renown engineer, Tom Dowd, to Stax so he could make sure it was ready. Dowd did some production and engineering on this track, which sets it apart musically from much of Pickett's output. In '634-5789,' if you listen to it closely, you can probably tell that there's a little bit more to it and a little bit more music than what Stax Records normally sounded like," Steve Cropper explained. Tom Dowd was always helpful in putting out a full production and really taught us a lot about overdubs and the way to go about it. So this was one of the songs that got that full treatment from Atlantic Records. Over some drinks, Steve Cropper learned a valuable lesson from Tom Dowd, which he applied to this song and many after.
Wilson Pickett 634-5789 (Soulsville, . other tracks: Wilson Pickett. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Wilson Pickett For Better Or Worse. If you need a little lovin' Call on me all right If you want a little huggin' Call on me baby, mmmmmm Oh I'll be right here at home. All you got to do is Pick up your telephone And dial 634-5789 (What's my number) 634-5789. Oh I'll be right there Just as soon as I can And if I be a little bit late now I hope that you'll understand Oh yeah all right. If you need a little lovin' Call on me Lord have mercy If you want some kissin' Call on me baby That's all you got to do now No more lonely nights Will you be alone.
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- Recorded At – Aircraft Recording Studios
- Engineered At – Aircraft Recording Studios
- Engineer – Eric Lemley