A fantastic single! Not only is "Nothing Takes The Place Of You" one of the greatest soul tracks of all time – with beautiful mournful vocals, and an incredibly slow prodding southern groove – but the flipside, "Shimmy", is a very tasty instrumental, with a sweet ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record
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
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
An obscure one from Ted Taylor – a lot blusier than some of his earlier soul work from the 60s, but with some great funky touches that really make the record great! As with most of these Ronn/Jewel albums, there's no real credits, so we have trouble figuring out who helped Ted get his groove ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Red label pressing. Cover has a split top seam and a small cutout hole.)