This has 24 tracks issued by the label between 1967 and 1972, although only two of them are by Johnson (who produced a few of the tracks by other acts). Johnson is also the only name you're apt to recognize, unless you've got a knee-high stack of Soul Survivor back issues. The Notations, the Radiants, Elvin Spencer, Jimmy Jones, Renaldo Domino, and a host of other unknowns offer brassy, upbeat soul in the Chicago style, usually dancefloor-ready.
Stormy - I Won't Stop To Cry (2:54) 20. Ronaldo Domino - You Need To Be Loved On (3:09) 21. Friends Of E. Rodney Jones - Soul Heaven (2:34) 22. Chuck & Mac - Powerful Love (2:42) 23. The Perfections - Which One Am I (2:38) 24.
Twinight Records: Twinight's Chicago Soul Heaven 1967-1972. 23 Which One Am I. 24 Just You And Me. New york soul serenade CD. € 1. 0.
Twinight Records: Twinight's Chicago Soul Heaven 1967-1972 (CD, Comp). The Biggest Man; Scepter And Dynamo Recordings 1961-67 (CD, Album, Comp, RM). Kent Soul.
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Harvest is the fourth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released in February 1972 on Reprise Records, catalogue MS 2032. It featured the London Symphony Orchestra on two tracks and vocals by noted guests David Crosby, Graham Nash, Linda Ronstadt, Stephen Stills, and James Taylor
Twinight's impressive roster included: the Guys and Dolls, the Kaldirons, Dynamic Tints, Harrison and the Majestic Kind, Pieces of Peace, the Radiants, the Notations, Buster Benton, the Perfections, Annette Poindexter, Josephine Taylor, Johnny Williams, Renaldo Domingo, and George McGregor and the Bronzettes. Despite ample clout, the only significant hits the label produced were the Notations' "I'm Still Here" and the Syl Johnson singles; the rest of Twinight's impressive output - which can be found on Twinight's Soul Heaven 1967-1972 on Kent Records - got.
Redirected from Twilight Records). Twinight Records was a minor American recording label, founded in Chicago 1967 by Howard Bedno and Peter Wright, who later added E. Rodney Jones as a partner. Specializing in R&B and soul music, for a few months the label was called Twilight Records until it was discovered that another company already owned the Twilight name.
|1||–The Notations||A New Day|
|2||–Syl Johnson||Thank You Baby|
|3||–Nate Evans||Main Squeeze|
|4||–The Dynamic Tints||Falling In Love|
|5||–Annette Poindexter & Pieces Of Peace||Wayward Dream|
|6||–Josephine Taylor||I've Made Up My Mind|
|8||–George McGregor And The Bronzettes||Temptation Is Hard To Fight|
|9||–Buster Benton||That's The Reason|
|10||–Harrison & The Majestic Kind||Tearing Me Up Inside|
|11||–Syl Johnson||Same Kind Of Thing|
|12||–The Radiants||Don't Wanna Face The Truth|
|13||–Elvin Spencer||Lift This Hurt|
|14||–The Kaldirons||To Love Someone (That Don't Love You)|
|15||–The Mystiques||So Good To Have You Home Again|
|16||–Jimmy Jones*||Yesterday's Mistakes|
|18||–The Mist||Life Walked Out|
|19||–Stormy||I Won't Stop To Cry|
|20||–Renaldo Domino||You Need To Be Loved On|
|21||–Friends Of E. Rodney Jones||Soul Heaven|
|22||–Chuck And Mac*||Powerful Love|
|23||–The Perfections||Which One Am I|
|24||–The Notations||Just You And Me|
- Record Company – Kent Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
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- Barcode: 0 29667 21382 0
- Label Code: LC 9671