The Johnnie Taylor Philosophy Continues

Johnnie Taylor

The Johnnie Taylor Philosophy Continues
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    1. Testify (I Wonna) 4:04
    2. Separation Line 3:40
    3. Love Bones 3:58
    4. Love Is A Hurtin' Thing 3:14
    5. I Had A Fight With Love 3:00
    6. I Could Never Be President 2:17
    7. It's Amazing 3:16
    8. Who Can I Turn To 4:30
    9. Games People Play 3:59
    10. It's Your Thing 3:02

with Marvell Thomas, Steve Cropper, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Al Jackson, Jr.

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