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9 thoughts on “ You And I - Johnny Bristol - You And I (Vinyl)

  1. The prolific Johnny Bristol made his name at Motown as a writer and producer of tracks like Diana Ross & the Supremes' "Someday We'll Be Together," a song he co-wrote years before. In , he did a successful production assignment for Boz Scaggs and made his solo debut for MGM. In short order, Bristol created an intriguing persona with a patented wry vocal delivery.
  2. Hang On in There Baby, an Album by Johnny Bristol. Released in on MGM (catalog no. M3G ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Smooth Soul, Soul. Featured peformers: Johnny Bristol (vocals, producer), H.B. Barnum (arranger), Greg Venable (engineer), Dave Wiseltier (design), Earl Miller (photography).
  3. Johnny Bristol A: Hang On In There Baby B: Take Care Of You For Me: MGM USA: M Jun 7" 5: Johnny Bristol A: You And I B: It Don't Hurt No More: MGM USA: M Nov 7" 3: Johnny Bristol A: You And I B: You And I: MGM USA: M Nov Promo Only 7" 0: Johnny Bristol A: Leave My World [Mono] B: Leave My.
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: Johnny Bristol - Hang On In There Baby / Take Care Of You For Me - MGM - USA - M
  5. An excellent album by Johnny Bristol, one of the greatest ever soul singers. If you are a Johnny Bristol fan as I am, this classic album of romantic soulful ballads should be in your collection. Good sound and stereo reproduction. I have it on vinyl and been trying for a while to get it on CD. Brings back memories of my youth!!! Thanks Amazon/5(26).
  6. us: $ (usps first class) additional 45 $ canada: $ (usps first class international) additional 45 $ all other countries: $ additional 45 $End date: Jun 14,
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You And I on Discogs. Label: MGM Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Johnny Bristol - You And I (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(4).
  8. Motown producer. Bristol first came to local attention in the Detroit area as a member of the soul duo 'Johnny & Jackey' with Jackey Beavers, an associate Bristol met while in the US Air pair recorded two singles in for Anna Records, a label owned by Gwen Gordy (Berry Gordy's sister) and Billy Davis and four 45s for Gwen Gordy and Harvey Fuqua's Tri-Phi label, none of which was.

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