21 Shouts - 753,820 Scrobbles
Carla Thomas (born December 21, 1942 in Memphis, Tennessee) is often referred to as the Queen of Memphis Soul. At the age of 17, she recorded a duet with her father Rufus Thomas, "Because I Love You" , which became a Southern hit and gave the Satellite label (later Stax Records) its first real success. In 1961 she rose to national prominence with "Gee Whiz (Look in His Eyes)", which reached the Top Ten in both the R&B and Pop categories, becoming the first Memphis soul record to have an impact nationwide and insuring the success of the Stax Records label.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- B-A-B-Y - Single/ - (2:55) - 5,504 plays
- Gee Whiz, It's Christmas - (2:44) - 4,894 plays
- B-A-B-Y - (2:54) - 2,395 plays
- LyricsLet the kiddies have the toys
The grown-ups make the noise
Give the neighbors all the presents
Under the tree
Give the snow and mistletoe
- Gee Whiz, Its Christmas - (2:44) - 3,029 plays
- Gee Whiz (Look At His Eyes) - (2:20) - 1,292 plays
- Gee Whiz - (2:19) - 908 plays
- Let Me Be Good to You - (2:42) - 835 plays
- I Kinda Think He Does - (2:36) - 662 plays
- (Mama, Mama) Wish Me Good Luck - (2:25) - 589 plays
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