NOT IN STOCK
Dancin' With Nobody But You Babe
"Singer/songwriter/producer Clarence Reid had multiple musical personalities. One was a Southern soul singer recording for Atlantic Records' Alston imprint. His charting singles were 1969's 'Nobody But You Babe' (from this album), 1972's 'Good Old Days' and 1974's 'Funky Party'. He co-wrote hits for Betty Wright ('Girls Can't Do What The Guys Do'), the million-selling 'Clean Up Woman,' 'Baby Sitter,' and 'Let Me Be Your Lovemaker.' In his other persona, he performed wild X-rated material under the pseudonym Blowfly. This 1969 Alston/Atlantic album makes its CD debut here. Like other classic r&b-soul albums of the time, this Clarence Reid work features the legendary Memphis Horns and some classic tunes like Tony Joe White's 'Polk Salad Annie', Smokey Robinson's 'Shop Around', the Beatles' 'Get Back', and Curtis Mayfield's 'I've Been Trying' as well as Reid's own hit 'Nobody But You Babe'. A 24 page booklet with new liner notes and rare photos is included."