- Performer:Tyrone Davis
- Title:The Legendary Hall of Famer
- Style:Contemporary R&B,Soul
- Date of release:September 28, 2004
- Size FLAC version1121 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1158 megabytes
- Size WMA version1283 megabytes
- Formats:MPC DTS AIFF XM AA VOX
Legendary Hall of Famer. Disc: 1. 1. The Legendary Hall of Famer (Intro). 2. Get Your Groove On. 3. Anyway. I really didn't expect anymore new releases from this legend, since his passing. The overall sound quality and production of this album Is (Outstanding). Sir Charles, Willie Clayton & P. Richmond a reputable writer/producer for the Malaco Label. This album Is very clean In texture
In 1969 Davis released his first full-length album also titled Can I Change My Mind?, featuring a roster of solid soul songs. He followed that with I Had It All the Time. Davis's third album Turn Back the Hands of Time, was an instant sensation. Widely considered one of the finest soul records ever recorded, the 1970 album was propelled by the title track which went to number one on the R&B charts and number three on the pop charts. Simply, Malaco, 1996. Relaxin' with Tyrone, Malaco, 2000. Tyrone Davis: The Legendary Hall of Famer, Endzone Entertainment, 2004.
The king of romantic Chicago soul, Tyrone Davis' warm, aching vulnerability and stylish class made him especially popular with female soul fans during a lengthy hitmaking run that lasted throughout the '70s. Best known for the classics "Can I Change.
Tyrone Davis - The Ultimate Tyrone Davis. Format: CD. Don't Let It Be to Late. Tyrone Davis - Turning Point Tyrone Davis - Turning Point Rema.
Item Number JRM55367-CD. TITLE The Legendary Hall Of Famer. This item is sold "as-is" and is non-returnable. For details see disclaimer description below.
THE LEGENDARY HALL OF FAMER (EndZone, EZR 2066-2), 2004 The Legendary Hall Of Famer, Get Your Groove On, Anyway, Try My Love, Hot Spot, Can I Stop By, Handle Your Business, Let's Stay Together, Stepper's Holiday, Who's Loving You Now, Suspicious Mind.
Tyrone Davis (born Tyrone D. Fettson or Tyrone D. Branch, May 4, 1938 – February 9, 2005) was an American blues and soul singer with a long list of hit records over more than 20 years. Davis had three number 1 hits on the Billboard R&B chart: "Can I Change My Mind" (1968), "Turn Back The Hands Of Time" (1970), and "Turning Point" (1975). Tyrone Fettson was born in Greenville, Mississippi to Willie Branch and Ora Lee Jones.
Biography by Steve Huey. 60s soul singer who updated his style to become a '70s hitmaker. The Legendary Hall of Famer.
CreditsS. Allen - Vocals (Background)
Verden Allen - Composer, Performer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
T. Anderson - Vocals (Background)
Mike Avery - Composer
Jules Bass - Vocals (Background)
Ramont Bell - Executive Producer
P. Brown - Vocals (Background)
Willie Clayton - Composer
Tyrone Davis - Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Yvonne Gage - Vocals (Background)
Faith Johnson - Performer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Fred Johnson - Composer
Danny Leake - Mastering
Darrell Littlejohn - Performer, Piano
Gary McDowell - Vocals (Background)
Renee Mohanon - Vocals (Background)
Paul Richmond - Composer, Performer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
M.S. Russell - Performer
Sir Charles - Composer, Performer, Producer
Oceola Staples - Vocals (Background)
|1||The Legendary Hall of Famer (Intro) Willie Clayton||Tyrone Davis||2:02|
|2||Get Your Groove On Sir Charles||Tyrone Davis||3:56|
|3||Anyway Paul Richmond||Tyrone Davis||4:08|
|4||Try My Love Verden Allen / Willie Clayton||Tyrone Davis||4:21|
|5||Hot Spot||Tyrone Davis||4:50|
|6||Can I Stop By Verden Allen / Willie Clayton||Tyrone Davis||4:10|
|7||Handle Your Business Fred Johnson||Tyrone Davis||5:00|
|8||Let's Stay Together Willie Clayton||Tyrone Davis||4:28|
|9||Stepper's Holiday||Tyrone Davis||4:13|
|10||Who's Loving You Now Mike Avery||Tyrone Davis||5:02|
|11||Suspicious Mind||Tyrone Davis||3:26|