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Johnnie Taylor - Who's Makin' Love (1968 - Video)

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Johnnie Taylor was known as "The Philosopher of Soul". This song was recorded for Stax Records with the label's house band, Booker T. & the MGs. - it reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and No. 1 on the R&B chart in 1968.

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Nice vid, Dude. I have quite a few of his albums (downloaded) including that one. That was a big hit for him.

Disco Lady also did very well. Those were 2 of his biggest hits but he had several tunes to chart.

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Nice vid, Dude. I have quite a few of his albums (downloaded) including that one. That was a big hit for him.

Disco Lady also did very well. Those were 2 of his biggest hits but he had several tunes to chart.

He was more an R & B guy than he was a disco singer. In his day, he was as popular as Al Green.

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 Here are his chart tunes (Billboard top 100). No doubt he did even better on the R&B charts. The list goes to hell when copied & pasted but the number in front of the year is the chart position.

Baby, We've Got Love  Johnnie Taylor 98 1963

 Somebody's Sleeping In My Bed  Johnnie Taylor 95 1967

 Who's Making Love  Johnnie Taylor 5 1968

 I Could Never Be President  Johnnie Taylor 48 1969

 Love Bones  Johnnie Taylor 43 1969

 Take Care of Your Homework  Johnnie Taylor 20 1969

 Testify (I Wanna)  Johnnie Taylor 36 1969

 I Am Somebody (Part 2)  Johnnie Taylor 39 1970

 Steal Away  Johnnie Taylor 37 1970

 Hijackin' Love  Johnnie Taylor 64 1971

 I Don't Wanna Lose You  Johnnie Taylor 86 1971

 Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone  Johnnie Taylor 28 1971

 Standing In For Jody  Johnnie Taylor 74 1972

 Cheaper to Keep Her  Johnnie Taylor 15 1973

 I Believe In You (You Believe In Me)  Johnnie Taylor 11 1973

 I've Been Born Again  Johnnie Taylor 78 1974

 We're Getting Careless with Our Love  Johnnie Taylor 34 1974

 Disco Lady  Johnnie Taylor 1 1976

 Somebody's Gettin' It  Johnnie Taylor 33 1976

 Disco 9000  Johnnie Taylor 86 1977

 Love Is Better In The A.M.  Johnnie Taylor 77 1977

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