Sep 09, · A nice soul singer in an irregular album. His version for 'Let it Be' is aimless, but he works much beter in tracks like 'Changes' or the bluesy 'C.C. Blues'. One curiosity for fans of Titãs: the title song, 'Patches', is famous in a version of this Brazilian band called 'Marvin'/5(3).
Clarence George Carter (born January 14, ) is an American blues and soul singer, musician, songwriter and record producer. His most successful records included "Slip Away" (), "Back Door Santa", "Too Weak to Fight", "Patches" (), and "Strokin'" ().
On his own "C.C. Blues," Carter's bluesiest persona emerges, his crunchy guitar playing off beautifully against a soaring horn section and Clayton Ivey's piano, and he returns to a soul sound for the finale, the soaring "Getting the Bills (But No Merchandise)."9/