I Just Can't Keep On Going (Remaster) Tyrone Davis

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Album-Release:
1980

HRA-Release:
24.05.2016

Label: Legacy Recordings

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Funk

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  • 1How Sweet It Is ( To Be Loved by You)04:02
  • 2I Just Can't Keep On Going04:32
  • 3I'm Glad You're Here with Me Tonight04:29
  • 4Overdue04:02
  • 5Comin' Back Baby04:40
  • 6We Don't Need No Music05:15
  • 7Never Stopped Loving You03:52
  • 8Wanna Make It Good04:58
  • Total Runtime35:50

Info for I Just Can't Keep On Going (Remaster)

He scored numerous R&B hits in the late sixties and early seventies, among them "Can I Change My Mind," "Turn Back The Hands Of Time," "Turning Point," and "I Wish It Was Me."

Davis' early hits were followed by a fallow period--the eighties being the "the dark ages" for most R&B acts. But Davis continued to issue albums, amassing a catalog equaled only by Johnnie Taylor in Southern Soul annals.

Never one to discriminate a great deal about the material he put out, Davis made his share of ill-conceived covers, but they were always more than compensated for by the sheer number and clockwork consistency of the treasures: "Where Are You, Lady," "Sugar Daddy," "Tip Tow Through The Bedroom," "Banging The Headboard," right up to 2004's "Try My Love" (to name an arbitrary sampling spanning his last decade).

Byron Gregory, guitar
Frederick Jenkins, guitar
Pat Ferreri, guitar
James Mack, keyboards
Calvin Bridges, organ
Albert Smith, saxophone
Kaye Clements, saxophone
Steele Seals, saxophone
Elmer Brown, trumpet
Paul Howard, trumpet
Peter Harvey, trumpet
Paul Richmond, guitar, bass
Bernard Reed, bass
Morris Jennings, drums
Ruben Locke, drums
Charles "Ki" Handy, percussion
Geraldo De Oliveira, percussion
Aventino Calvetti, bass (String)
Steve Rodby, bass (String)
Barbara Haffner, cello
William Cernota, cello
Elaine Mack, cello
Karl Fruh, cello
Bernadene Davis, backing vocals
Billy Durham, backing vocals
Cynthia Harrell, backing vocals
Francine Smith, backing vocals James Mack, backing vocals
Jo Ann Brown-El, backing vocals
Leo Graham, backing vocals
Wales Wallace, backing vocals

Recorded 1979/80 at Universal Studios, Chicago, Illinois
Engineered by Stuart Walder
Produced by James Mack, Leo Graham

Digitally remastered


Tyrone Davis
Born in 1938 in Mississippi, Tyrone Davis moved to Michigan as a teenager and eventually to Chicago. As a young man who performed under the name 'Tyrone The Wonder Boy,' he apprenticed himself to such blues musicians as Freddie King, Otis Clay, Bobby 'Blue' Bland and Little Milton.

He scored numerous R&B hits in the late sixties and early seventies, among them 'Can I Change My Mind,' 'Turn Back The Hands Of Time,' 'Turning Point,' and 'I Wish It Was Me.'

Davis' early hits were followed by a fallow period--the eighties being the 'the dark ages' for most R&B acts. But Davis continued to issue albums, amassing a catalog equaled only by Johnnie Taylor in Southern Soul annals.

Never one to discriminate a great deal about the material he put out, Davis made his share of ill-conceived covers, but they were always more than compensated for by the sheer number and clockwork consistency of the treasures: 'Where Are You, Lady,' 'Sugar Daddy,' 'Tip Tow Through The Bedroom,' 'Banging The Headboard,' right up to 2004's 'Try My Love' (to name an arbitrary sampling spanning his last decade).

Indeed, Davis was producing chitlin' circuit hits long after Bobby 'Blue' Bland had become inactive and Johnnie Taylor had passed away. Ironically, the early years of the 21st century found Davis very near the peak of his powers at the same time his health was failing.

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