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Timmy Thomas Live

CD (Item 640003) Glades/Henry Stone, 1979 — Condition: New Copy
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Timmy Thomas live, in front of a massive crowd in Johannesburg – really grooving with enthusiasm that's captured beautifully in the recording! The set's a great reminder that Timmy had lots of power away from the studio – that he wasn't just drum machine bits and disco riffs, and could more than hold his own like some of the bigger soul singers of his day. Thomas has a great presence on the stage, introducing the tunes – and his vocals are quite possibly even more powerful here than on any of his studio work too! Titles include a great version of "Why Can't We Live Together" – plus "Touch To Touch", "Rainbow Power", "Drown In My Own Tears", "Sweet Brown Sugar", and "Sipho Mazibuko (La La La)". (Please note: Although these CDs are legit, they are produced as CDRs with artwork by copyright owner Henry Stone.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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