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L.J. Johnson

John Abbey, Blues & Soul, March 1976

COMPLETING THE other half of Ian Levine's winning double hand from Chicago, is L.J. Johnson who is comfortably placed in the higher echelons of both pop and soul charts right now with 'Your Magic Put A Spell On Me'. We finally caught up with L.J. (and Evelyn Thomas, for that matter) on a particularly invigorating day for both of them.

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