Brooklyn born soul singer, Lou Johnson, recorded this little slice of soul heaven for Atlantic Records' Cotillion subsidiary in 1969 and it has gone on to become a sought after title for crate diggers. It was produced by Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd at Muscle Shoals Studios and features the Muscle Shoals house band. With Lou doing songs by Curtis Mayfield, Eddie Hinton and Don Covay, and the Muscle Shoals crack backing band providing support, it had all the elements of a classic Atlantic soul album of the era but failed to garner much attention.
Audio was sourced from the original analog master tapes and lacquers were cut at Sam Phillips Recording Service. It is the first time this album has been released in mono and will get the deluxe ROG treatment which includes a faithful reproduction of the original art that will come in a beautiful Stoughton single pocket tip-on sleeve with audio on 180g black vinyl pressed at Record Industry.