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Album Review

While not definitive — it only includes the songs he cut with Papa Don Schroeder — this is still the best collection of Oscar Toney, Jr. available. The 18 tracks feature remakes of the Impressions' "For Your Precious Love," Chuck Jackson's "Any Day Now," Aretha Franklin's "Do Right Woman-Do Right Man," Jerry Butler's "He Will Break Your Heart," and Bobby Bland's "Turn On Your Lovelight." Toney's emotive baptismals stamp every cut, including stirring renditions of "The Dark End of the Street," "That's All I Want From You," and "You Can Lead Your Woman to the Altar."

Biography

Born: 26 May 1939 in Selma, AL

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Oscar Toney, Jr. recorded some soulful sides for Bell Records in the late '60s that will forever etch him into soul music lovers' memories. The emotive singer born May 26, 1939, in Selma, AL, was raised in Columbus, GA. He sung gospel in church and high school with a group he called the Sensational Melodies of Joy. After high school he ventured into secular music with the Searchers waxing "Wow Wow Baby" b/w "Ooo-Wee" on Class Records in 1958. They kept searching doing local and regional gigs and...
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Oscar's Winners, Oscar Toney, Jr.
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Soul
  • Released: 13 October 1998

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