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Oscar Toney Jr

John Abbey, Blues & Soul, October 1971

THERE ARE a handful of American artists who don't need a current record to provide them with sufficient work in this country. Frequently, this is a remark that becomes so relevent when Ben E. King arrives for his annual tour. Nowadays, though, it is a comment that applies to Oscar Toney Jr., who recently completed his second British tour in five months despite having been three years nearly without a record release in this country.

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