Top Johnnie Taylor Albums
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Rare Stamps
Rare Stamps
[2019]
Stax Classics
Stax Classics
[2017]
With Every Heart Beat
With Every Heart Beat
[2014]
Stop Half-Loving These Women
Stop Half-Loving These Women
[2014]
It's Personal, Vol. 3
It's Personal, Vol. 3
[2013]
The Ceremony of the King, Vol. 1
The Ceremony of the King, Vol. 1
[2012]
Listen to the Sounds
Listen to the Sounds
[2011]
Stax Remasters: Taylored in Silk
Stax Remasters: Taylored in Silk
[2011]
Soul Six Pack: Johnnie Taylor - EP
Soul Six Pack: Johnnie Taylor - EP
[2009]
Short Stax, Vol. 8: Johnnie Taylor - EP
Short Stax, Vol. 8: Johnnie Taylor - EP
[2007]
Johnnie Taylor - Live At the Summit Club
Johnnie Taylor - Live At the Summit Club
[2007]
Funk Soul Brother
Funk Soul Brother
[2006]
Stax Profiles: Johnnie Taylor
Stax Profiles: Johnnie Taylor
[2006]
Wanted: One Soul Singer
Wanted: One Soul Singer
[2004]
There's No Good In Goodbye
There's No Good In Goodbye
[2003]
Super Hits
Super Hits
[2002]
Gotta Get the Groove Back
Gotta Get the Groove Back
[1999]
Taylored to Please
Taylored to Please
[1998]
Cheaper to Keep Her
Cheaper to Keep Her
[1997]
Good Love!
Good Love!
[1996]
Real Love
Real Love
[1994]
I Know It's Wrong, But I...Just Can't Do Right
I Know It's Wrong, But I...Just Can't Do Right
[1991]
Crazy 'Bout You
Crazy 'Bout You
[1989]
In Control
In Control
[1988]
Lover Boy
Lover Boy
[1987]
Wall to Wall
Wall to Wall
[1985]
This Is Your Night
This Is Your Night
[1984]
Just Ain't Good Enough
Just Ain't Good Enough
[1982]
A New Day
A New Day
[1980]
She's Killing Me
She's Killing Me
[1979]
Eargasm
Eargasm
[1976]
Super Taylor
Super Taylor
[1974]
One Step Beyond
One Step Beyond
[1970]
Raw Blues
Raw Blues
[1969]
Related Information for Johnnie Taylor
Johnnie Harrison Taylor (born May 5, 1937, Crawfordsville, Arkansas; died May 31, 2000, Dallas, Texas) was an American musician that sang in a wide variety of genres, including blues, disco, gospel, pop, and soul. Often using an energetic, belting delivery, he's perhaps best known for his work for the iconic Stax/Volt label, particularly with southern soul classics such as "Who's Making Love" and "Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone" in which he held his own against friendly rivals such as Otis Redding and Sam & Dave.Growing up amidst music, Taylor had one release, "Somewhere to Lay My Head", on Chicago's Chance Records in the 50s as part of a doo-wop group called Five Echoes. Taylor was also... read more