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I was trying to work out what it was a rip-off of ....

It's just a version of " I Never found a girl" ( Eddie Floyd) . I like it. Thanks for posting it up for us to hear....

I've not considered that could be a "I've never found a girl"version.

Thanks guys for all the info,i appreciate

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Three issues listed on 45cat:

 

http://www.45cat.com/label/tcs

Very interesting to see The Brockington Singers 'Stretch Out' came out on TCS in the same year it appeared on TSOP, and with different writing credits too. Wonder if it's a completely different version?

 

I should mention that I've played the Tony Carter 45 out from time to time and even had people dance to it. It's a record that gets better as it goes along and has a pretty cool ending.

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Very interesting to see The Brockington Singers 'Stretch Out' came out on TCS in the same year it appeared on TSOP, and with different writing credits too. Wonder if it's a completely different version?

 

I should mention that I've played the Tony Carter 45 out from time to time and even had people dance to it. It's a record that gets better as it goes along and has a pretty cool ending.

 

Its a different song Gareth. Not the same as the TSOP one at all.  Steve

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TCS was Tony Carters own label, out of Philly as previously mentioned. He owned his own publishing and management company 'Tony Carter Enterprises' and kept it heavily within the family, working with other Carter's Clyde and Gwen.

 

The label was active from around 1972 but I'm unsure as to when the label dissolved.......this was one of the first released, I think. There's a couple of LP's released on TCS that appeared 'round about 1977, so they had at least 5 years history behind them.

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TCS was Tony Carters own label, out of Philly as previously mentioned. He owned his own publishing and management company 'Tony Carter Enterprises' and kept it heavily within the family, working with other Carter's Clyde and Gwen.

 

The label was active from around 1972 but I'm unsure as to when the label dissolved.......this was one of the first released, I think. There's a couple of LP's released on TCS that appeared 'round about 1977, so they had at least 5 years history behind them.

Could be this Tony Carter,the pastor mentioned on here:http://heyevent.com/event/1530737480519801/wgok-gospel-inspirator-bro-carl-tony-carter-20th-year-radio-anniversary??

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