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Echo – You’re All I Need To Get By


  • Release date: 2015-07-20
  • Label: Plankton
  • Catalog #: PLANCD 015


Track Previews

  1. 1

    You're All I Need To Get By (2015 Woodbury Remix)

  2. 2

    Everlasting God (live)

Track Listing

1. You’re All I Need To Get By (2015 Woodbury Remix)
2. You’re All I Need To Get By (live)
3. Everlasting God (live)

EP Description

This EP contains 3 previously unreleased tracks. The lead track is a remix of “You’re All I Need To Get By” which did feature on the band’s critically acclaimed album ‘Bought Not Souled’ but the band wanted to re-visit the track and a full remix was completed by Woodbury Studios using the original album multitrack – hence the (2015 Woodbury remix) after the song title.

The other 2 tracks are live recordings. The first is a live recording of the lead track which was actually recorded at the same concert/session that the live tracks featured on the album were recorded, but it was never included on the album because of the studio recorded version being used. The final tack and the second live recording is a very recent recording of the song ‘Everlasting God’ which was made at a church in Brentwood as Echo led the worship there. The band is often asked to lead worship in Churches they visit so they wanted to include something from that aspect of the band’s work

A great EP of Motown/classic soul with a twist, with a serving of soulful worship added for good measure!

EP Reviews

Originally a hit for Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, this EP release from UK soul outfit, Echo, features both studio and live versions of this well known song. The studio recording shows off those great vocals that this band have become renowned for, over the last twelve months or so. Even the live version is almost as tight, as the band play with the confidence of seasoned professionals. The third track was recorded live, earlier this year. This shows that the band putting their own twist and style to the church standard “Everlasting God”. It’s a good version, and I can see it going down well during their concerts. This EP continues where their album “Bought Not Souled” left off, showing that God and soul music really work. 7/10  Never For Nothing (UK)