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The song arrives in full arranging-and-producing glory, and one can't imagine anyone doing it better. I'm looking for a lover Who won't ever hurt me. In fact, "I Found Love" has a world-weary but buoyant romanticism. The woman transforms the hero's apathy and reawakens his ability to love, and his joy shines through his every sylllable. Everything about the record--the memorable melody, the vocal phrasings, even the extended length--testify to the artistic "sweat and blood" Jeff Floyd must have poured into his creation over time--performing, tweaking and refining, until he knew he finally had completed something that was irresistible to the ear. So is Jeff Floyd a one-hit wonder? Fans would have probably found that acceptable, given the astounding success of "I Found Love" and the fact that, as a certified new Southern Soul "oldie," it never fails to sound fresh on the radio. I asked my friends what she was doing, And they didn't want to talk about it. 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Floyd is out of Florida and not the Panhandle, eitherhe has no discernible Delta pedigree, and before this seven-minute-in-the-blink-of-an-eye, instantaneous classic showed up on Southern radio, he had no musical history to speak of. But from the very first, swinging, swaying notes of the full orchestra, this record kicks butt on the competition.

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Buchana and Lebrado. See Daddy B. Jeff Floyd's claim Somebody going to lose a good woman tonight fame at present rests solidly on a trinity of hits: Nice's "Top Songs of Southern Soul. Nice 4. Author's Forward: August 30, August 30th, Please turn in the keys Before you go. Although "Lock My Door" doesn't run for a marathon-long seven minutes like "I Found Love," it does segue into a voice-over passage that makes it seem almost as long.

Groupsex bi Watch SEX Movies Xxx Xxxvieji. Nice's "Comprehensive Index. Over the last couple of years, Jeff Floyd has consistently ranked among the top five artists searched for at SouthernSoulRnB. More often than not, he has been among the top two or three sought-after artists, a show of interest far surpassing his number ranking on the Top Southern Soul Artists chart. The reason? I think it's Jeff Floyd's rare combination of sweetness and roughness. Nice's Original Critique I'm continually amazed at the expectations fans put on artists to follow up their "big hit" with more of the same. I understand the artist's need for a fan base, a base of loyal support--everybody's gotta pay the bills--but I've never quite understood the "fanatic's" perspective, a kind of partisanship on behalf of the artist, like a baseball fan cheering his team to win the Pennant every year. So what's the alternative, you may ask your Daddy B. It's the music. The best music, wherever it's coming from, should always come first. It's being in the right place at the right time, with the right material and the right producer and the right amount of preparation and the right sidemen. It's an achievement so rare that each and every hit recording represents hundreds, if not thousands, of near-misses and millions of failures. A single--a hit song--is by definition a masterpiece, and by implication a miracle. Here's a guy who wasn't born in central Mississippi or its environs, as it sometimes seems every Southern Soul musician was. Floyd is out of Florida and not the Panhandle, either , he has no discernible Delta pedigree, and before this seven-minute-in-the-blink-of-an-eye, instantaneous classic showed up on Southern radio, he had no musical history to speak of. But from the very first, swinging, swaying notes of the full orchestra, this record kicks butt on the competition. There is not a hint of tentativeness or arbitrariness. The song arrives in full arranging-and-producing glory, and one can't imagine anyone doing it better. I'm looking for a lover Who won't ever hurt me. In fact, "I Found Love" has a world-weary but buoyant romanticism. The woman transforms the hero's apathy and reawakens his ability to love, and his joy shines through his every sylllable. Everything about the record--the memorable melody, the vocal phrasings, even the extended length--testify to the artistic "sweat and blood" Jeff Floyd must have poured into his creation over time--performing, tweaking and refining, until he knew he finally had completed something that was irresistible to the ear. So is Jeff Floyd a one-hit wonder? Fans would have probably found that acceptable, given the astounding success of "I Found Love" and the fact that, as a certified new Southern Soul "oldie," it never fails to sound fresh on the radio. I asked my friends what she was doing, And they didn't want to talk about it. And now I feel like a fool, Having doubted. Deejays of the Deep South were still putting it into their rotations in , as if reluctant to deprive the air waves of such a rare and mellow groove. Jeff Floyd was born in in Jacksonville, Florida. He sang gospel as a child and became a multi-instrumentalist in demand in the Jacksonville-Daytona area as he grew older. I wanna give you my love. March, The song rang up the Southern Soul charts faster than a flag at morning reveille, and showed no signs of a quick exit. August, The above is an understatement. Jeff Floyd can now count three songs that have dented chitlin' circuit consciousness. When Jeff Floyd sings: DBN 3. March 31, Nice's new "Comprehensive Index. Soul, Lebrado, and O. He'll be joining Mack, Donnie Ray, Ms. Jody, plus special guests L. Buchana and Lebrado. See Daddy B. Jeff Floyd's claim to fame at present rests solidly on a trinity of hits: Nice's "Top Songs of Southern Soul. Nice 4. Author's Forward: August 30, August 30th, Please turn in the keys Before you go. Although "Lock My Door" doesn't run for a marathon-long seven minutes like "I Found Love," it does segue into a voice-over passage that makes it seem almost as long. If your Daddy B. The voices of Jeff Floyd and William Bell blend together so well and the harmony is so awesome. Here's a man who is tired of being lonely and sitting by a phone that never rings. He says he's been working hard all day and he knows that love is going to come his way. Notice that he doesn't say he wants any woman; he wants a good one. Yoohoo, here I am! It's kind of a warning to all you guys who aren't treating your women right - watch out, there's a good man out there who will scoop her up and be good to her! He also has his own record label, "Wilbe Records," and he's doing great things. Jeff Floyd and William Bell's voices are so good and they sound so much alike that you have to listen closely to hear who's singing. My most favorite part of this song is when William Bell sings 'oh na na na na na na. Looking for a good woman to treat me right. Posted by Skyy at 9:.

If your Daddy B. Nice sounds Somebody going to lose a good woman tonight than enthused, I guess Somebody going to lose a good woman tonight must admit that the derivative nature of "Lock My Door" does deflate my enjoyment. And when I go back and play "I Found Love On A Lonely Highway ," which I'm doing as I write this, it sounds much, much better--newer, fresher, and more compelling after all these years. Jeff has earned our patience. Of the many artists on the SouthernSoulRnB website, his artist guide which you're reading consistently ranks at or near the top in "hits" visitors.

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