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Album Review

An Introduction to Ted Taylor is a comprehensive look at the soul singer's tenure with the Jewel and Ronn record labels between 1965 and 1973. Fuel 2000 does an admirable job following the major paths Taylor's career took, highlighting R&B tunes that were similar to the material he sang in the 1950s as a member of the Cadets and the Jacks; the horn-drenched Southern soul recorded at Muscle Shoals; and several bittersweet ballads, best exemplified by his biggest hit, "Be Ever Wonderful." Even the lesser-known cuts on this collection are worth hearing, as they capture the warmth that Taylor's unique high tenor voice brought to the music. Fans of Little Johnny Taylor, Clarence Carter, and Arthur Alexander should definitely check out An Introduction to Ted Taylor.

Biography

Born: 16 February 1934 in Okmulgee, OK

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Soul-blues singer Ted Taylor unleashed his stratospheric, falsetto-driven voice on a wide variety of material during the 1950s, '60s, and '70s, his gospel heritage never far from the surface. Taylor first entered the studio as a member of the Cadets and Jacks, a Los Angeles R&B vocal group with two names that recorded for Modern. By the late '50s, Taylor was signed to Ebb, and a myriad of other imprints soon followed (notably Duke, where he waxed his first version of the sugary ballad "Be Ever...
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