Soul master sang 'In the Midnight Hour,' 'Mustang Sally'
Wilson Pickett's sensuous soul was in sharp contrast to the genteel soul songs of his counterparts at Motown Records. Wilson Pickett, the soul pioneer best known for the fiery hits "Mustang Sally" and "In the Midnight Hour," died yesterday of a heart ...
Pickett straddled line between sacred and secular
"In the Midnight Hour" was the first in a string of '60s classics that included "Mustang Sally," "634-5789," "Funky Broadway" and ... on "I Found a Love," an ecstatic ballad in which Pickett sang, "Sometimes I call her in the midnight hour."
Order in the restaurant: Rockin’ with the Court Jesters
That was demonstrated Saturday night at La Fonda Oak Hills restaurant, where the Court Jesters — the band of San ... And of course, they played “Mustang Sally” and “In the Midnight Hour.” I think somewhere there’s a law that every baby-boomer ...
Wilson Pickett, 64, Soul Singer of Great Passion, Dies
Wilson Pickett, the soul music pioneer whose insistent wail turned songs like "In the Midnight Hour" into hits ... blues and soul led to a string of 1960's classics, including "Mustang Sally," "Land of 1,000 Dances" and "634-5789." Born in Prattville ...
'Midnight Hour,' 'Mustang Sally' R& B Singer Wilson Pickett, 64
Wilson Pickett, 64, the impassioned ... He imbued his leading hits, including "In the Midnight Hour," "Mustang Sally," "Funky Broadway" and "Land of 1,000 Dances," with a rough, sweaty undertone that contained more than a hint of danger and lust.