A great set of 70s indie blues – issued at the end of the decade, but with a sound that's much more old school overall! The album was cut at a time when Buster was a key underground figure on the Chicago scene – and it's got a solid, classic approach that's very much in the 60s ... (Blues) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
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Little Johnny Taylor —
LJT ... LP Ronn, 1978. Near Mint- ...
One of Johnny's last albums for Ronn – done in a mix of bluesy and smooth styles, halfway between his roots and the direction that many other southern singers in the late 70s were taking in the wake of Tyrone Davis' and (Big) Johnnie Taylor's success in the crossover market. Sonny Thompson ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Nice deep bluesy soul from the great Little Johnny Taylor! Not to be confused with the "big" Johnny Taylor, who recorded for Stax, this one's a deeper, rootsier singer, with a good modern southern style that's very much in keeping with the best work of the Ronn label. Bobby Patterson ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A classic set of gritty soul, and a great concept for a record – get all the people recording for your label with the last name of "Taylor", and put out a record called Super Taylors! The set actually has a number of numbers with Johnny and Ted singing together – in a strange ... (Soul) read moreCD