Gloria Ann Taylor – Deep Inside You 12"
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Label Luv N' Haight
Format 12" Vinyl
MASSIVE 3 tracker.., these songs by Gloria Ann Taylor are amongst the most beautiful produced soul tracks out there, husband and producer Walter Whisenhunt managed to create an unique musical brew that mixes soul with exotic percussion, beautiful stringsection and fuzzy psychedelic guitars, drenched in delays and springreverb. HUGE tip
A1 Deep Inside Of You
A2 What's Your Word
B Love Is A Hurting Thing
Soul singer Gloria Ann Taylor has no rags to richestale to tell. Her story is one of personal sacrifice, failed relationships, and missed opportunity. She was leading a hard knock life before being swept-up by the flash and promise of a marriage and business partnership with a successful record producer. She would be nominated for a Grammy, rub shoulders with James Brown and Bootsy Collins, and turnheads from Motown. But in the end she rejected professional singing, the music business, and the lifestyle that came with it. Thankfully for music lovers,before Gloria closed the doors on her singing career,she left us with some amazing soul songs. Deeply shaded by gospel roots, her haunting sound clearly comes from the gut.
Gloria was a partial owner of the Selector Soundslabel, along with her husband/producer Walter Whisenhunt (previously a right-hand man to JamesBrown), and her brother Leonard. They released five Gloria Taylor singles between 1971 and 1977. They also released the three-song Deep Inside You EP,under the name Gloria Ann Taylor and Walter Whisenhunt’s Orchestra. In the studio Whisenhunt would work up a unique musical brew that mixed soul with exotic percussion and fuzzy psychedelic guitars. He moved Gloria through arange of tempos and stylings from ballads to disco. Her gritty vocal performance was set to orchestrala rrangements creating a juxta position of grandeurand solace. The pinnacle of their collaborations has to be the jaw-droppingly epic EP version of “Love Is a Hurting Thing”; a chugging, string-laden discotrack, that sounds like proto-Theo Parrish