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Album Review

Quinn Golden's voice is a cross between Bobby Womack's and J. Blackfoot's; his rendition of Womack's "Woman Gotta Have It" is as soulful as the version by Womack. Golden is potent on shufflers, ballads, or uptempo numbers. "Peepin' in the Window" and the title tracks are peppy, upbeat sagas. The shufflers include "Woman," where Quinn brags about his lady, "Threesome," which is straight from the Jerry Springer Show, and "Damned If I Do, Damned If I Don't," which is a Tyrone Davis sound-alike. Also featured are two eye-wetting ballads: "The Way You Layed It on Me" and "Won't You Make Up Your Mind." You don't hear southern soul on the radio unless you live in the South, an indictment of AM and FM radio, and a crying shame.


Born: Memphis, TN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Soul singing, Memphis, TN native, Quinn Golden sang with the Elements of Love while still in his teens; he left to work with Canteca and the opportunity to tour with a variety of Stax artists. They warmed crowds for the Bar Kays on the Memphis funk band's biggest event - their acclaimed Cold-Blooded Tour of the late 70's. He played the bass and sang background for Al Green for seven years, complementing Green's other vocalists, notably Margaret Foxworth, Al's former girlfriend, and a native of Cleveland,...
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