May 28, 2010

Today's Tune: "Midnight Train To Georgia"
By Gladys Knight And The Pips

Happy Birthday to Gladys Knight! Knight, also known as the "Empress of Soul", is an American R&B / Soul singer and songwriter. She was born on this day (May 28) in 1944.

Gladys Knight And The Pips were incredibly popular in the 1960s and 1970s. Their song and dance style of performance was an influence on others in those days, for serious and fun entertainment. It has also been copied and imitated, especially these days, for humorous purposes.

There is no denying that this lady is one of the best singers ever. For this 'Today's Tune', I've chosen to honor her by posting one of her most popular songs. Please enjoy "Midnight Train To Georgia", a 1973 single by Gladys Knight And The Pips.

Gladys Knight - "Midnight Train To Georgia"

According to bodysenshi, who posted this video to YouTube on March 21, 2008, this performance is: Empress Of Soul, Gladys Knight, performs at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo Norway December 11 2005. Bubba Knight, Orchestra Director-Benjamin Wright, Musical Director-John Fluker, Drums-Darrly Woolfolk, Guitar-James Davis, 2nd Keys-Vernell Brown, 1st Keys-Matthew Pittman, Bass-Walter Jones, Background singers-Regi Brown, Neil Taffe, and Voncille Fagget'

1 comment:

Kameron said...

I love this song ... first heard it when I was about 6 years old, and I never get tired of it.


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