"Love and Happiness" is a 1972 song by Al Green from his album "I'm Still in Love with You". Green co-wrote the song with Teenie Hodges. It was released as a single in the United Kingdom on London Records in 1973 and in the United States on Hi Records in 1977. The song was rated #98 in Rolling Stones's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and #861 in Dave Marsh's The Heart of Rock & Soul: The 1001 Greatest Singles Ever Made. Soul Train historian Stephen McMillian called it "quintessential Al Green" and "one of the greatest soul songs of all time." Writing in Vibe, Alan Light called it "perhaps his most perfect song." -- Wikipedia
The Al Green song Love and Happiness was covered by ...
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- Earnest Jackson covered it on his 1973 single "Love And Happiness".
- First Choice covered it on their 1973 album "Armed and Extremely Dangerous".
- Gregory James Edition covered it on their 1973 album "Prophets of Soul".
- The Undisputed Truth covered the song on their 1973 album "Law of the Land".
- Al Brown covered it on his 1974 album "Here I Am Baby".
- Monty Alexander (feat. Ernest Ranglin) covered it on his 1974 album "Rass!".
- Big Youth covered it on their 1977 double album "Reggae Phenomenon".
- Graham Central Station covered it on their 1977 album "Now Do U Wanna Dance".
- Al Jarreau covered it on his 1979 album "Call Me".
- The Amazing Rhythm Aces covered it on their eponymous 1979 album.
- David Sanborn covered it on his 1984 album "Straight to the Heart".
- Jim Byrnes covered it on his 1987 album "I Turned My Nights Into Days".
- Toots Hibbert covered it on his 1988 album "Toots in Memphis".
- David Hudson covered it with Lynn White on her 1989 album "Love And Happiness".
- Living Colour covered it on their 1991 album "Biscuits".
- Etta James covered it on her 1992 album "The Right Time".
- Morgan Heritage covered it on his 1994 album "Miracle".
- Bobby Bell covered it on his 1999 album "'Bout Time".
- Ernest Ranglin covered it on the 1999 compilation "Now Is The Time".
- Marc Broussard covered it on his 2006 album "S.O.S.: Save Our Soul".
- Dwight Adams covered it on his 2007 album "Soul Master".
- Thelma Houston covered it on her 2007 album "A Woman's Touch".
- Billy Price & Fred Chapellier covered it on their 2009 album "Night Work".
- Michael Grimm covered it on his 2010 album "Leave Your Hat On".
- A recorded live performance by Mr. Lee with Don Scott & the Rearrangers Band, with a bar full of people singing over the actual Al Green LP was released as a single without his knowledge.