Little Johnny Taylor, Paul Cifton & His Band - Looking At The Future / I Tried To Understand mp3 flac
- Album: Looking At The Future / I Tried To Understand
- MP3: 1733 mb | FLAC: 1930 mb
- Released: 1960
- Style: Rhythm & Blues, Jump Blues
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 911
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1963's Part Time Love was his biggest commercial success, hitting on the USA Billoard R&B chart. Though recording only sparingly during the 1980's & '90's, he remained an active performer until his death in 2002. Born: February 11, 1943, Gregory, Arkansas, . Died: May 17, 2002, Conway, Arkansas, . For the Stax/Columbia soul singer, please see Johnnie Taylor.
1963's Part Time Love was his biggest commercial success, hitting on the USA Billoard R&B chart. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Little Johnny Taylor. Little" Johnny Taylor, J. Taylor, . aylor, John Taylor, Johnny Taylor, L. J.
Little Johnny Taylor, Paul Cifton & His Band - Looking At The Future, I Tried To Understand (7", Single, Mono).
Little Johnny Taylor" (Galaxy 1963). Nevertheless, in 1977 with disco ruling the charts Little Johnny Taylor's record company updated his blues sound with a touch of funk; most evident on the title track, the great "Don't Do It" and a few others on the LJT album. 1. On My Way Back Home - Little Johnny Taylor 2. Compact Baby - Rob Robinson 3. Just Wondering - Del Cunningham 4. My Baby Left Me Crying - Clay Hammond 5. Too Far Beyond Repair - Billy Keene 6. Looking At The Future - Little Johnny Taylor 7. Rattlesnake, Baby, Rattlesnake - Joe Johnson 8. I Don't Know Why - Bill Mcafee 9. It's All Over Now (No.
About Little Johnny Taylor. Little Johnny Taylor. I love jazz because it speaks to my soul and never disappoints. The complexity and the improv mean that I never hear the same cut on an album or live performance of a piece the same way twice and it works my mind, body and soul.
Little Johnny Taylor (born Johnny Lamont Merrett; February 11, 1943 – May 17, 2002) was an American blues and soul singer, who made recordings throughout the 1960s and 1970s, and continued public performances through the 1980s and 1990s
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