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When singer Susan Taylor joined Don Williams and Lofton Kline in Strangers Two in 1964, the group redid the math and changed its name to the Pozo-Seco Singers, and soon had a recording contract with Columbia Records. Specializing in non-topical folk, pop, and country material (which set them apart from similar but more politicized acts of the day like Ian & Sylvia and Peter, Paul and Mary), the Singers recorded two albums, 1966's Time and 1967's I Can Make It with You, before Kline left, and the third and final Pozo-Seco album, Shades of Time, also released in 1967, featured Williams and Taylor as a duo. Williams went solo in 1971, becoming a big country star in the 1970s and 1980s, while Taylor retreated from the limelight. This Rev-Ola set pairs the first two albums and tosses in a pair of non-album singles as bonus tracks, and essentially duplicates 1996's pairing of these same two albums by Collectors' Choice with different cover art. It's a pleasant set, smooth and easy, and it won't ruffle anyone's feathers, and it probably won't alter anyone's opinion of the Pozo-Seco Singers either. Highlights include the group's one real hit, a version of Chip Taylor's "I Can Make It with You," the odd Williams' original called "Diet," and a wonderful re-imagining of the Beatles' "If I Fell" that hints at what the Pozo-Seco Singers might have become had they stayed together as a trio.

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Incredible Voice

Susan Taylor, aka Taylor Pie, has an incredible voice. It's hard to believe she never attained stardom. The Pozo Seco Singers also featured a young Don Williams, who would go on to be a mega-star in country music. The early tracks are refreshing, wish they had recorded more!

Comfort Food for the Ears

Sweet harmonies, crisp arrangements and an eclectic folk/country mix (with some Beatles thrown in for good measure), it doesn't get more mellow than this. Mix yourself a mint julep, settle back in the old rocking chair, and enjoy!

Wonderful music

"Time" is such a terrific song. Susan Taylor has such wonderful gift. A song not on this album, but worthy to add to your collection, "Apt # 9".


Genre: Country

Although they are most remembered for including Don Williams in their lineup prior to his ascension to solo country stardom, the Pozo-Seco Singers were much more oriented toward pop-folk than country music. The Texas threesome formed in Corpus Christi, TX, where Williams and Lofton Kline had a duo called the Strangers Two; with the addition of Susan Taylor, they became the Pozo-Seco Singers. Playing cleanly executed, coffeehouse-style folk, the trio could sound like a far more commercial, pop-conscious...
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