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Wednesday, December 29, 2010
TY HUNTER - SOMETHING LIKE A STORM
Produced by Carl Davis (although he's not credited on the label) and with a song co-written by Tony Clarke (Landslide, They Call Me A wrong Man) you know it's gonna be a great record, and this one DOES NOT disappoint! Cracking drums, driving organ, superb vocals and overall a fantastic song; another example of a massive Detroit-Chicago soul summit!
Starting and ending his career in Detroit (Ty became lead singer with Motown hitmakers THE ORIGINALS), Ty cut a few records in Chicago for Chess. Sometimes it even surprises ME that over 1000 posts later, there are still records of this quality that I'm able to feature; just another bit of evidence that 1963-1969 was the most creative and magic time for soul and rock n roll.