“King Floyd” by King Floyd - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1971Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Patchy album from the 26-year-old New Orleans soul singer and songwriter, commendable for featuring his great Top 10 hit “Groove Me” and his Otis-Redding-like “Messing Up My Mind”, complete with a very cool horn section.

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A1 [03:01] 7.6.png King Floyd - Groove Me (King Floyd) Soul
A2 [02:57] 6.2.png King Floyd - Let Us Be (Elijah Walker, Larry Hamilton) Soul
A3 [02:24] 4.8.png King Floyd - Woman Don’t Go Astray (King Floyd) Soul
A4 [02:49] 4.6.png King Floyd - Baby Let Me Kiss You (King Floyd) Soul
A5 [02:47] 6.9.png King Floyd - Messing Up My Mind (King Floyd, Joe Broussard) Soul
B1 [02:52] 4.9.png King Floyd - It’s Wonderful (Albert Savoy, Wardell Quezergue) Soul
B2 [02:29] 3.5.png King Floyd - So Glad I Found You (King Floyd, Joe Broussard) Soul
B3 [03:52] 4.3.png King Floyd - Don’t Leave Me Lonely (King Floyd) Soul Ballad
B4 [03:13] 3.5.png King Floyd - Day In The Life Of A Fool (King Floyd, Joe Broussard) Soul
B5 [03:03] 6.0.png King Floyd - What Our Love Needs (King Floyd) Soul
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