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That's The Way
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That's The Way. Written By – Joe Tex. B. Anything You Wanna Know. Joe Tex. That's The Way, Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7").

The Very Best Of, Volume 2. Play on Napster. That's The Way. Play.

Elvis: That's the Way It Is is the soundtrack album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley from the 1970 documentary of the same name. It was released on November 11, 1970, by RCA Victor. The album consists of eight studio tracks recorded at RCA Studio B in Nashville, and four live tracks recorded at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. The album peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 8 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart

That's The Way" b/w "Anything You Wanna Know". The album is similar to the original Atlantic 1967 release of The Best of Joe Tex, except that Tex's No. 1 R & B chart hit in 1965, "I Want To Do Everything For You", is inexplicably replaced with the non-single, "Build Your Love On A Solid Foundation". Also criticised for not including other Joe Tex hits, such as "Skinny Legs and All". It says something for both Tex's talent and perseverance that he was able to issue so much material without making a commercial impact, but it also says something about the derivative nature of that material. Primarily from a highly detailed singles discography, including particulars of B-sides, by Bosko Asanovic, with additions by Greg Burgess, Joe Tex Singles Discography; ww. oulfulkindamusic.

Show Me" is a title track of the 1967 album by Joe Tex, who also wrote the song. The single was Joe Tex's fourteenth release to make the US R&B chart. Show Me" went to on the R&B chart and on the Hot 100. In 1967, Checkmates, Ltd. released a version of the song on their debut album, Live! At Caesar's Palace. In 1969, Lulu recorded the song and it was included in her Lulu's Album release.

The parent album reached on the pop albums chart. Following this and another album, Tex announced his retirement from show business in September 1972 to pursue life as a minister for Islam. Tex returned to his music career following the death of Elijah Muhammad in 1975, releasing the top 40 R&B hit, "Under Your Powerful Love".

Tex, of course, was one of the best and most versatile of singers of the genre, one of the few who was able to survive into the disco era without really changing his style.

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A That's The Way
Written By – Joe Tex
B Anything You Wanna Know
Written By – Joe Tex

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-4093 Joe Tex That's The Way / Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7", Single) Dial 45-4093 US 1969
ATL-NP 03133 Joe Tex That's The Way / Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7") Atlantic ATL-NP 03133 Italy 1969
45-4093 Joe Tex That's The Way / Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7", Single) Dial 45-4093 US 1969
ATL JB 03933 Joe Tex That's The Way / Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7", Jukebox) Atlantic ATL JB 03933 Italy 1969
45-4093 Joe Tex That's The Way / Anything You Wanna Know ‎(7", Single, Promo) Dial 45-4093 US 1969