Al Green was kicked out for…WHAT!!?

GUESS WHO GOT KICKED OUT OF THE HOUSE AFTER BEING CAUGHT LISTENING TO A JACKIE WILSON RECORD?

AL GREENE!!!

AL GREENE IS DEFINATELY ONE OF THOSE ARTIST THAT MOST OF US GREW UP LISTENING TO BY DEFAULT OF OUR PARENTS. NOW FOR ME,

FEELING AL’S MUSIC WAS SOMETHING THAT I HAD NO CHOICE IN. IT WAS NATURAL AND AUTOMATIC.

LET’S FOCUS ON ONE OF AL GREENE’S MOST SUCCESSFUL SONGS “TIRED OF BEING ALONE”
THAT WAS THE SONG THAT REALLY DEFINED HIS CAREER EARLY IN THE GAME. IT WAS THE SONG THAT DEFINED HIS SIGNATURE SOUND AND STYLE.

TIRED OF BEING ALONE WAS A SONG THAT AL WROTE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT.

HE SAYS THAT HE WAS AWOKEN BY MUSIC IN HIS HEAD WHEN HE WAS IN BETWEEN GIGS AND STAYING IN A MOTEL.

HE WOKE UP STARTED WRITING THE LYRICS UNTIL DAWN, THEN AFTER HE WAS FINISHED, HE LAYED BACK DOWN AND FELL RIGHT BACK TO SLEEP.

AL WAS KNOWN FOR MAKING HIT SONGS IN A MATTER OF MINUTES. HE’S A GENIUS!!

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