Soul Deep (Jimmy Barnes album)

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Soul Deep
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Studio album by
Released4 November 1991
RecordedFreight Train Studios, Bowral, Australia
Genre Soul
LanguageEnglish
Label Mushroom Records
Producer Don Gehman
Jimmy Barnes chronology
Two Fires
(1990)
Soul Deep
(1991)
Heat
(1993)
Singles from Soul Deep
  1. "I Gotcha"
    Released: September 1991
  2. "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby"
    Released: November 1991
  3. "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
    Released: January 1992

Soul Deep is the fifth studio album by Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes. It was his sixth consecutive Australian No. 1 album. The album is a collection of soul covers and featured duets with John Farnham and Diesel. A special edition was later released in a black fold-out cover with embossed gold lettering and included five bonus live tracks and a set of collector cards.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."I Gotcha" Joe Tex 3:29
2."(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher"Gary Jackson, Raynard Miner & Carl Smith3:04
3."When Something Is Wrong with My Baby (with John Farnham)" Isaac Hayes & David Porter 4:56
4."Show Me"Joe Tex3:28
5."Many Rivers to Cross" Jimmy Cliff 3:07
6."Reflections" Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier & Eddie Holland 3:05
7."Ain't No Mountain High Enough" Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson 2:23
8."I Found a Love" Wilson Pickett, Willie Schofield & Robert West3:05
9."Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" Stevie Wonder, Lee Garrett, Syreeta Wright & Lula Mae Hardaway 2:52
10."Bring It On Home to Me" Sam Cooke 3:21
11."Here I Am (Come and Take Me)" Al Green & Teenie Hodges 3:51
12."River Deep – Mountain High" Phil Spector, Jeff Barry & Ellie Greenwich 3:39
2004 reissue bonus live tracks
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Respect" Otis Redding  
14."Reach Out I'll Be There" Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier & Eddie Holland  
15."Try a Little Tenderness" Harry M. Woods, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly  
16."Stagger Lee" Lloyd Price & Harold Logan 
17."Sweet Soul Music"Sam Cooke, Arthur Conley and Otis Redding 

Personnel

Chart positions

DVD release

Barnes toured Australia with Soul Deep and recorded the concert at Melbourne's Palais Theatre. It was released on VHS, and later, DVD. [6]

  1. "Higher and Higher"
  2. "Respect"
  3. "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
  4. "Here I Am"
  5. "Signed Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours)"
  6. "I Found a Love"
  7. "Reach Out I'll Be There"
  8. "Many Rivers to Cross"
  9. "Show Me"
  10. "Try a Little Tenderness"
  11. "Stagger Lee"
  12. "Bring It On Home to Me"
  13. "Sister Mercy"
  14. "I Gotcha"
  15. "Little Darling"
  16. "River Deep Mountain High"
  17. "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (featuring John Farnham)
  18. "Sweet Soul Music"
  19. "In the Midnight Hour"

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