We Remember Johnnie Taylor. ‘Taylored’

This day (May 31, 2000), in Dallas, Texas, died Johnnie Taylor, an American vocalist from rhythm and blues, soul, blues and gospel to pop, doo-wop and disco.

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Good Love (1989) . Still Called The Blues . I’M Changing . Can I Love You (1986) . Disco Lady (1976) . It’ S September (1974) . Jody’S Got Your Girl And Gone (1972) . Stop Doggin’ Me Around (1972) . Who’S Making Love (1969) .

Tracklist :

Who’s Making Love . Disco Lady . Jody’s Got Your Girl And Gone . Cheaper To Keep Her . Rome (Wasn’t Built In A Day) . I Believe In You (You Believe In Me) . Somebody’s Sleeping In My Bed . I Ain’t Particular . Steal Away . Take Care Of Your Homework .

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[1973] Stax Records organizes a concert with all their roster – The Dramatics, The Staple Singers, The Bar-Kays, Albert King, Little Milton, Johnnie Taylor, Carla Thomas, Rufus Thomas, Luther Ingram, Isaac Hayes and many more – to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Watts riots at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum >> 110 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (May 31, 2000), in Dallas, Texas, died Johnnie Taylor, an American vocalist from rhythm and blues, soul, blues and gospel to pop, doo-wop and disco.

@allmusic : Southern soul-blues stalwart — Johnnie Taylor somehow always managed to adapt to the times, and he parlayed that versatility into a recording career that lasted nearly four decades

@last.fm : During his tenure at Stax, he became an R&B star, with over a dozen chart successes, such as “Cheaper to Keep Her” (Mack Rice) and producer Don Davis’s “I Believe in You (You Believe in Me)”.

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