Johnson, Hawkins, Tatum and Durr
“A World Without You” (Capsoul) 1972
Capsoul, both musically and geographically, was in a world of its own. Label owner Bill Moss followed the Motown model to craft a unique Ohio sound, utilizing the Columbus area’s fallow talent pools. Heaping helpings of falsetto, lavish strings, and impeccable drumming make this dingy B-side equally as precious as the sun-soaked single, “You’re All I Need to Make It,” located on the record’s flip.
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