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Ted Taylor


Soul-blues vocalist Ted Taylor unleashed his stratospheric, falsetto-driven tone of voice on a multitude of material through the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s, his gospel traditions never definately not the top. Taylor first inserted the studio room as an associate from the Cadets and Jacks, a LA R&B vocal group with two brands that documented for Modern. With the past due ’50s, Taylor was agreed upon to Ebb, and an array of various other imprints soon implemented (notably Duke, where he waxed his initial version from the sugary ballad “End up being Ever Amazing”), Okeh (his edges for the Columbia subsidiary had been completed in Chicago and Nashville), and Ronn, where he spent almost a decade. An automobile wreck stated his lifestyle in 1987.

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Full Name Ted Taylor
Died October 23, 1987, Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States
Music Groups The Cadets
Music Songs Be Ever Wonderful, Somebody's Always Trying, I'll Release You, Only the Lonely Knows, Stay Away From My Baby, How's Your Love Life Baby, Rambling Rose, Ghetto Disco, Can't Take No More, Keep Walking On, Days Are Dark, Something Strange Is Going on in My House, It's a Funky Situation, Steal Away, Don't Deceive Me, Call the House Doctor, You Give Me Nothing to Go On, I Feel a Chill, Sweet Lovin' Pair, Papa's Gonna Make Love, Somebody's Gettin' It, That's Life I Guess, What A Fool, Who's Doing It to Who, Walking the Floor, Pretending Love, You're Tippin, She's Rippin', Keepin' My Head Above Water, Get Your Own Woman, Has My Love Grown Cold, You Must Have Been Meant for Me, Houston Town
Albums You Can Dig It!, Taylor Made, Somebody's Gettin' It, Keepin' My Head Above Water, Steal Away, Live 5, Be Ever Wonderful, Hamborger Veermaster, Blues & Soul, The Super Taylors, Look Out! Here Comes..., Ever Wonderful Vol. 2, Ted Taylor's Hits, Greatest Hits, Ted Taylor: Can't Take No More, Uptown Soul EP, An Introduction To Ted Taylor, The Ever Wonderful Ted Taylor: OKeh Uptown Soul 1962-1966, Shades of Blue
Movies Browncoats: Redemption, Ghosts Don't Exist, The Life I Lived, Aduri

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Browncoats: Redemption 2010 Minister of Parliament Darius Turner
Vindicated 2010 Short Jonathan Caine
Ghosts Don't Exist 2010 Kurt Wilson
Crossing the Line 2010/I Short
Freshman Psych 2009 Sam's Father
Pigeon Man 2009 Short Interviewer One
The Tell-Tale Heart 2009/I Short Veteran Cop
Change Is Coming 2009 Short Landlord
Ninjas vs. Zombies 2008 Dr. Wood
The Chinese Room 2008 Loan Shark
Signals 2008 FBI Agent Saunders
Cowboy Killer 2008 Video Strip Blub Bartender
The Life I Lived 2008 Video Gary
Aduri 2008 Video Mr. Wright
Safehouse 2008/I Matthews
Exodus 20:13 2007 Carl Perkins
Buddy Jackson 2007 TV Series short Client
Gray Matters 2006/II Otto Claxton
Murder Below the Line 2004 Herb Louden
Fear of Clowns 2004 Video Heston
Shadowhunters 2004 Video Murphy
Plan 9 2015 The General
Time Refugees 2014 President of the United States
Signals 2 2013 FBI Agent Saunders
Bloodbath in Creightonville 2012 Sheriff Hooper
A Sweet and Vicious Beauty 2012 Edgar
Veep 2012 TV Series Dr. Greybear
Changing the Game 2012 Segar Thuns
Budget Justified: What REALLY Goes on in Government Offices 2012 Video short Barry



Shadowhunters 2004 Video associate producer

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