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I Had To Come Back To You - Joe Tex - The Best Of Joe Tex (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. The material that the late Joe Tex cut for the Dial label was almost as influential as the Southern Soul recorded at Stax. Skinny Legs And All collects 24 of the great early sides he recorded there. Starting with 's Meet Me In Church and finishing with '69s Chicken Crazy, this CD takes in such lasting hits as Show Me, S.Y.S.L.J.F.M.(The Letter Song), Hold What You've Got, Skinny Legs And /5(6).
  2. collection from the Soul great. Joe Tex finally hit the charts in with 'Hold What You've Got' - but he'd already been trying to make it on record for a full decade. Get Way Back brings you - for the first time on one CD - the recordings that Joe made in the first five years of his career, for King and the American Ace label/5(3).
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  5. Another reviewer has complained about the sound on this, but it sounds as good as any of his other cds to me. There are dozens of Joe Tex best-ofs but I think this is the most comprehensive, unless you have to have 'Ain't gonna bop no more with no big fat woman'(which might have been his biggest UK hit but I am not personally fond of), in which case go for '25 greatest hits' - it's also got /5(6).
  6. Postscript (I): Joe Tex I got to know Joe when he appeared at the Student Union on Holländargatan. Joe had a fairly large group of fans in Sweden. Not only among the pure soul fanatics. My impression is that many of them rather bought Joe Tex latest LP than James Brown’s. He was philosophical and a keen observer of human behaviour.
  7. Joe Tex is definitely not without funk on this sweet little set – a smoking TK Records session that carries strongly from the vibe of his "I Gotcha" years! Longtime producer Buddy Killen is still on deck to keep everything tight and right – a mix of Joe 's southern soul roots with some sharper elements of the 70s – served up here at a level that may well be one of the most perfect blends.
  8. I Had To Come Back To You Written-By – Singleton*, McCoy* A5: Ain't Nobody's Business Written-By – H. H. Grisham* B1: Come In This House Written-By – Joe Tex: B2: Pneumonia Written-By – Joe Tex: B3: Get Way Back Written-By – Joe Tex: B4: Gee, I Really Want You Written-By – Joe Tex: B5: Right Back /5(5).