Discussion in 'The Pub' started by CRAIG4FSU, Apr 14, 2015.
He was 74
When a Man Loves a Woman will be listened to and enjoyed by millions of people for many years to come, that alone is quite a legacy. I am not all that familiar with the rest of his work, but I am going to head over to spotify to check it out. RIP.
He was a giant.
One of the great belly rubbing(slow dancing) songs.
Thats sad news. He toured pretty much his whole life. RIP
My parents saw him live 3 years ago or so and got an autographed album from him...he was very nice to them
Glad I got to see him perform a few years ago here. Although by then his best years were behind him, he was still quite the showman. His joy was evident.
R.I.P. Mr. Sledge.
RIP Percy. Thank you.
I was so fortunate to see him perform a few times, the last time I saw him perform was at the new Orleans jazz and heritage festival a few 25/years ago,
Thank you for everything Mr. Sledge, thank you
One of the all-time greats.
Take Time to Know Her
Warm and Tender Love
When a Man Loves a Woman -
I played with him a few times. He didn't tour with a band much. He usually used selected locals. It was a blast. Take some time to get to know his other work.
RIP Percy, another legend is gone to heaven.
Best love song every recorded.
When A Man Loves A Woman is impossible to wear out. Just a stunning display of strength and vulnerability..... RIP Percy