Monday, 10 October 2016

No One To Love

In it's original form this record is rare and worth a pretty penny a vg copy sold for 1850 quid a few years back. My copy of course is the re-release on the outta sight label.  On the 1967 release No One To Love was actually the flip, (I Owe You) Something was the a-side but the  b-side is the better track. The song has a very dramatic intro,  a smouldering vocal and some lovely strings all in all a very classy piece of  Detroit soul which incidentally was produced by George Clinton in his pre P-Funk days.

Pat Lewis - No One To Love


Brian said...

Tremendous B-side. Love the vocals.

drew said...

It's great Brian,