Eargasm

Johnnie Taylor  Main Performer

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1 Disco Lady Vance/Davis/Scales 4:27
2 Please Don't Stop (That Song from Playing) Scales/Vance/Davis 2:54
3 Don't Touch Her Body (If You Can't Touch Her Mind) Davis 3:12
4 I'm Gonna Keep on Loving You Davis/Morris 4:01
5 You're the Best Girl in the World Toney 3:17
6 Running out of Lies Jordan 4:52
7 Somebody's Gettin' It Jones/Colter/Davis 4:01
8 It Don't Hurt Me Like It Used To Ross/Jordan 3:12
9 Pick Up the Pieces Barker/Briggs/Davis 4:50
10 Disco Lady [Extended Disco Version with Johnnie's Rap][#][*] Davis/Scales/Vance 7:44
11 Somebody's Gettin' It [JT's Instrumental Groove][#][*][Instrumental] Jones/Colter/Davis 3:54
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Eargasm

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Sbme Special Mkts.

Style: Soul

Eargasm

UPC: 886972418520

Release Date: 01/13/2009

Original Release Date: 01/13/2009

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Disco Lady, Please Don't Stop (That Song from Playing), Don't Touch Her Body (If You Can't Touch Her Mind), I'm Gonna Keep on Loving You, You're the Best Girl in the World, Running out of Lies, Somebody's Gettin' It, It Don't Hurt Me Like It Used To, Pick Up the Pieces, Disco Lady [Extended Disco Version with Johnnie's Rap][#][*], Somebody's Gettin' It [JT's Instrumental Groove][#][*][Instrumental]]
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Ron Wynn

Johnnie Taylor's biggest hit album also proved his undoing. Stax had collapsed, and he ended up on Columbia's roster. The disco boom was beginning, and Taylor had the perfect single. "Disco Lady" was vocally quite similar to his earlier material, but its lyrics embraced the hedonism and dance-your-troubles-away ethic of the era. It was not only a number one hit, but the song of the year for 1976, and Taylor was shoved into territory he wasn't comfortable in. The rest of the album was standard soul, but this was overlooked in the rush. Taylor eventually left the label after subsequent attempts to pigeonhole him as a dance singer bombed. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi