Taylored In Silk

Johnnie Taylor

Taylored In Silk MP3
  • CAT # SCD-8588-25

    1. We're Getting Careless With Our Love 3:56
    2. Starting All Over Again 3:55
    3. Cheaper To Keep Her 3:27
    4. Talk To Me 5:42
    5. I Believe In You (You Believe In Me) 5:07
    6. One Thing Wrong With My Woman 3:55
    7. I Can Read Between The Lines 3:55
    8. This Bitter Earth 4:29
    9. Hijackin' Love 3:17
    10. Love In The Streets 2:47
    11. Standing In For Jody 3:48
    12. Shackin' Up 2:45
    13. Doing My Own Thing (Part 1) 4:36
    14. Doing My Own Thing (Part 2) 4:36

Taylored in Silk, Johnnie Taylor’s seventh album, marked a turning point in the veteran vocalist’s career, bringing out the mellow side of his effortlessly elastic singing style. Three of the 1973 disc’s selections became Top Ten hits: the lilting “I Believe in You (You Believe in Me)” (a #1 R&B charter), “We’re Getting Careless with Our Love,” and the jazzy “Cheaper to Keep Her.” This compact disc reissue is completed by six single sides from a slightly earlier period, three of which were hits: “Hijackin’ Love,” “Standing in for Jody,” and an ingenious fusion of down-home and uptown blues titled “Doing My Own Thing.”

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