Black Ivory Don't Turn Around (1972)

    Today Records
    • Black Ivory – surrender
    • 1. don't turn around
    • 2. surrender
    • 3. i'll find a way
    • 4. i keep asking you questions
    • 5. she said that she's leaving
    • 6. if i could be a mirror
    • 7. you and i
    • 8. our future
    • 9. find the one who loves you
    • 10. got to be there

    Produced by Patrick Adams and featuring Leroy Burgess. Absolutely the roots of the soul disco revolution starts here!

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