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Tyrone Davis Discography (Soulful Kinda Music Link)

>>> TYRONE DAVIS <<<

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'I Had It All The Time' has always been a special favourite...

Here they go, the same two feet

Walkin' back down that one-way street

Here goes this heart of mine,

It said 'you got to get her back one more time'

Another favourite of mine is 'I Can't Make It Without You' but there are many more.

Paul

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My favourite - I Wish It Was Me...

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Always loved the ABC cut of his classic (the one on Roulette 45 also?) - came out on Soul Bible Vol 1 on Probe in the UK...

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Harold Burrage helped Tyrone no end, not least in writing his early tracks.

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The master of the rehash but i still think he's one of the giants .

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tyrone davis is also tyrone the wonder boy

my fav is

please consider me- four brothers

arr by monk higgins

flip side

you made me suffer

written by harold burrage

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The master of the rehash but i still think he's one of the giants .

haha, yeah, most of his Dakar records sound like "change my mind" and most of his later records sound like "in the mood".

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If you don't need me and

Can I change my mind

are both faves.

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haha, yeah, most of his Dakar records sound like "change my mind" and most of his later records sound like "in the mood".

the flip to this 45 is the reason to own it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WcUQjl337U

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the flip to this 45 is the reason to own it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WcUQjl337U

I actually was playing that the other day. I found another good deep soul 45 of his that I was playing. I don't usually like deep soul but these are nice.

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The "Can I Change My Mind" LP on Dakar is pretty great, i really like his versions of other famous soul tracks on it. His take of "Knock On Wood" is especially stunning. I also ride for his 4 Brothers sides.

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the flip to this 45 is the reason to own it

One of the best growlers around, fab tune

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another shout for 'if you dont need me'...been playing it for the last couple of months...great cheapie

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Great artist! What if a man&I'm running a losing race are the two for me, but he's done something for everyone really :)

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Hi!

Leo Graham talks briefly also about Tyrone at

http://www.soulexpre...ttans_part4.htm

Best regards

Heikki

not that relevant in this thread, but since you have a writeup of him... Leo Graham produced the Love Column record on Duo. I asked him if he remembered the group and who they were and he didn't remember the record at all. I made him a CD and sent it to him and he never got back to me. I know he's done much more important things like his work with Tyrone, which overshadows his smaller productions, but I'm trying to document the smaller stuff. If you ever talk to him again, please ask him about that record, maybe talking to him the first time or sending him a CD stirred up some memories.

I still have to email you my dramatics question btw. Thanks.

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Yep, not bad at all :hatsoff2:

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I recently picked up an earlier 45 by him on hit sound which is nice uptempo. Can't remember title off the top of my head though.

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Stocker...have a WD around somewhere if anyone is desperate for a scan.

:hatsoff2:

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Looks nice on WD I have one myself :thumbsup:

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another shout for 'if you dont need me'...been playing it for the last couple of months...great cheapie

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Getting more difficult to find.

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Love this man's work. Style and sophistication through and through IMO.

One of my favourite's i've been raving about since I first heard it through my mate (well done Phil :thumbsup: ).

Class all the way :yes:

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You cant keep a good man down!

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Love this man's work. Style and sophistication through and through IMO.

One of my favourite's i've been raving about since I first heard it through my mate (well done Phil :thumbsup: ).

Class all the way :yes:

this is one of my favorite cuts of his

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You cant keep a good man down!

whoa this is awesome, i must have listened to it at some point but must have forgotten it or overlooked it

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whoa this is awesome, i must have listened to it at some point but must have forgotten it or overlooked it

junior parker on blue rock did the answer song or maybe its the other way around..but its -you cant keep a good woman down

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Couple of label pics...

Tyrone 'The Wonder Boy'

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Later release cashing in on his Dakar success - note longer title on 'Good Company':

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Artist of the Week revisits the music of Tyrone Davis

 

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A beauty from the eighties

 

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he keeps the groove going solid on this one !

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Tyrone is the man !

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20 minutes ago, thfcliam said:

Tyrone is the man !

The voice says it all !soul perfection🎶🎶

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In spite of enormous R'n'B chart success over a long period, Tyrone Davis was curiously overlooked, even by Blues and Soul (featured in #36 (1970) and then not to #298 (1980)), even though John E Abbey was a fan and later signed him to his Ichiban label.

His Dakar material has been released over and over again, including all of his known Dakar material on the Ladies Choice triple CD, but even this did not include any previously unreleased material.  Was nothing left "in the can" at Dakar?

There are few really obscure Tyrone tracks.  Perhaps the least well known are "How Can You Call That Love" and "Don't Fight The Feeling" which appear on the UK Manhattan 5033 LP "Doris Duke and Friends".  These were recorded at the same time as the Sack 4359 single "I'm Running A Losing Race" and "I Tried It Over (And Over Again)", which are also included - with slightly different titles - on the album, along with tracks by Jean Bland and Mamie Galore (nothing by Doris Duke). 

And the earliest known version of Can I Change My Mind, with great guitar work, but no horns, and an abrupt ending, which was included on the UK compilation Soul Bible chapter one (Probe SPB1061). 

Here are three of my favourite, perhaps lesser-known, ballads from the Dakar era: "This Time"; "You Wouldn't Believe"; and "You Don't Have To Beg Me To Stay". 

Kevin in Chester

 

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Is it something that you've got has to be the most crazy / funky/  tight /drumming ever🎶

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