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Album Review

Since 1992, Willie Clayton has recorded a steady stream of excellent albums comprising Southern soul, R&B, and blues. Something to Talk About, while less essential than previous efforts, continues the amazing string. The 14 songs here are mostly originals — quite different from previous releases, where his engaging tenor enhanced a slew of remakes. Laid-back but effective, the standouts include "Mine All Mine," "One Last Kiss," "Are You Married," the title track, and "Heart of the City," though you won't be unhappy with any of these.

Biography

Born: 29 March 1955 in Indianola, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A gifted Southern soul singer who has never had a breakout vehicle, Willie Clayton has been performing since the late '60s. One of 11 brothers and sisters, the Mississippi vocalist debuted with "That's the Way Daddy Did" on Duplex. He moved to Chicago in the early '70s and became a club and city favorite. Clayton was introduced to Al Green's producer, Willie Mitchell, after appearing with Green, and Mitchell signed him to a deal with Pawn, a subsidiary of Hi. Mitchell produced some fine Clayton efforts,...
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Something to Talk About, Willie Clayton
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Soul
  • Released: 02 June 1998

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