Sam Cooke – (Ain’t That) Good News & Interview [HQ]

Sam Cooke – You Send Me

Sam Cooke-Everybody Loves To Cha Cha Cha

Sam Cooke-Blowing In The Wind

Sam Cooke-Ain’t That Good News

Sam Cooke-Twistin’ The Night Away

Sam Cooke – Trouble Blues

Sam Cooke “Just For You”

Chain Gang-Sam Cooke

Sam Cooke – Frankie And Johnny (Stereo)

Sam Cooke-Cupid

Sam Cooke – I Wish U Love

Sam Cooke-The Riddle Song

Sam Cooke-Old Man River

When I Fall In Love – Sam Cooke

Sam Cooke – Don’t Cry On My Shoulder (Revised)

Sam Cooke-Bring It On Home To Me Live

For Sentimental Reasons and Interview

Sam Cooke-A Change Is Gonna Come

Sam Cooke “Sugar Dumpling”

Sam Cooke- Baby, Baby, Baby

Sam Cooke-Danny Boy

sam cooke-mona lisa

Sam Cooke- One More Time

Your Always On My Mind – Sam Cooke

over my shoulder- sam cooke video-the wittle man album tribute video and song

Sam Cooke – Wonderful World

Sam Cooke – Send Me Some Lovin’

Sam Cooke-Mary Lou

♥♫ SAM COOKE – Blue Moon♥♫

Sam Cooke- Another Saturday Night

Sam Cooke – Smoke Rings

Sam Cooke – Nobody knows the trouble the i’ve seen

Sam Cooke-The Great Pretender


Sam Cooke – Twisting the Night Away & The Riddle Song (The Jerry Lewis Show – Dec. 7, 1963)

Sam Cooke – Basin Street Blues (The Tonight Show – Feb. 7, 1964)

Sam Cooke – Tennessee Waltz, Blowing in the Wind, and Lucille (Shindig! – Sept. 16, 1964)


Background Articles and Videos

Sam Cooke

“…Samuel “Sam” Cooke (January 22, 1931 – December 11, 1964) was an American gospel, R&B, soul, and pop singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. He is considered to be one of the pioneers and founders of soul music.[2][3][4]

Cooke had twenty-nine Top 40 hits in the U.S. between 1957 and 1964. Major hits like “You Send Me”, “A Change Is Gonna Come”, “Chain Gang”, “Wonderful World”, and “Bring It on Home to Me” are some of his most popular songs. Cooke was also among the first modern black performers and composers to attend to the business side of his musical career. He founded both a record label and a publishing company as an extension of his careers as a singer and composer. He also took an active part in the American Civil Rights Movement.[5]

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