never seems to miss – and even on an overlooked Brunswick album like this, he still sounds better than most of his contemporaries! Davis
is really able to blend both deep soul roots and more sophisticated phrasing – at a level that helped transform the sound of southern soul in the 70s! Even though Tyrone
himself hailed from Chicago, he has a vibe here that clearly informs new modes from singers like George McCrae, Johnny Taylor, and many others who'd move in the same direction that Davis
had been handling this well for years. Arrangement and production are by the cream of the Brunswick stable – talents that include Carl Davis
, Willie Henderson, Monk Higgins, and Otis Leavill – and titles include the great cut "Homewreckers", written by Sam Dees and Tyrone
– plus "Was I Just A Fool", "How Could I Forget You", "It Aint' Me No More", "This Time", and "After All This Time".
(Cover has splitting on all seams and some light surface wear.)