Bobby Taylor - Believe In Yourself mp3 album
Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers were a Canadian soul band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The group recorded for the Gordy Records division of Motown Records in 1968, where they had a top 30 hit single, "Does Your Mama Know About Me". As a producer and solo artist, Bobby Taylor contributed to several other soul recordings, both inside and outside of Motown
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Bobby Taylor (born February 18, 1934, Washington, . USA - died July 22, 2017, Hong Kong, China) was an American soul singer, songwriter, and producer active primarily in the 1960s and 1970s. He was raised in New York City and sang in local doo-wop groups as a young man. In 1958 he was a member of The Four Pharaohs, who released a few locally-selling recordings in the Columbus, Ohio area. Bobby Taylor also recorded one album as a solo artist, titled Taylor Made Soul, and was shifted to Motown's . label where his singles failed to sell well.
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Bobby Taylor - I Should Have Known It Was You My Love 02:37. Bobby Taylor - Day By Day Or Never 02:46. Bobby Taylor - I Can Feel The Pain 02:48. Bobby Taylor - Further Up The Road 02:59. Bobby Taylor - Soul Man 02:21. Bobby Taylor - Just A Little Bit Closer 03:40. Bobby Taylor, The Vancouvers - You Gave Me Someting (And Everyting's Alright) 03:21. Bobby Taylor - Serve Yourself A Cup Of Happiness 02:39. Bobby Taylor - Don't Be Afraid 02:47. Bobby Taylor - Child Of Tears 03:22. All songs from The Motown Anthology. John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, Mal Waldron, Paul Chambers, Bobby Jaspar, Art Taylor - Light Blue 07:50 Me on Sunday Episode 3. Benny Goodman, Billy Taylor, Bessie Smith, Chu Berry, Bobby Johnson, Buck Washintong - Gimme a Pigfoot 03:21 Vintage Vocal jazz, Swing No. 194 - EP: Gimme A Pigfoot.
Bobby Taylor and the Vancouvers also supported Chris Clark when she performed at the Saville Theatre in London during November 1967, supporting Gladys Knight and the Pips. During an add-on club date while in the city, Chris remembered a vision in tight white leather, white hat with a huge feather, jumping on stage, grabbing a guitar and tearing the place down Several years after leaving Motown, Bobby Taylor discovered he had throat cancer, and relocated to Ohio to live with his mother.
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