Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, 8 July 1989
Soul legend Johnnie Taylor tells Barney Hoskyns about his background in gospel with the Highway QCs and the Soul Stirrers, Sam Cooke, Stax Records, having hits in the disco era, and finding a new home at Malaco.
File format: mp3 File size: 20.8mb Interview length: 22 minutes 45 seconds Sound quality: ****
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Malaco Records: The Last Soul Label
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THOUGH HE had a massive hit here some years back with 'Who's Making Love' and has consistently been one of the top-selling Stax artists, Johnnie ...
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Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 24 April 1976
THAT THIS ALBUM has already been such an overwhelming success in America must surely be due to US Columbia's marketing techniques rather than the music, ...
Johnnie Taylor: Lifetime: A Retrospective Of Soul, Blues And Gospel 1956-1999
Review by Richard Williams, MOJO, February 2001
LIKE MANY soul singers, Johnnie Taylor was only as good as the songs he was given. But when those songs were good and most ...
see also Soul Stirrers, The
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