American R&B and soul singer and producer Al Johnson debuted as lead singer of The Unifics in the mid '60s and enjoyed a successful career as songwriter and producer after leaving the group. He is also well known as a producer of Terry Huff's classic album, The Lonely One.
His first album, Peaceful, was released from a minor label called Marina Records in 1978 and was produced by Lloyd Price who as a singer had some R&B hit songs in the '50s. In addition, thanks to the skillful supporting musicians such as Bernard Purdie on drums and Leo Nocentelli from The Meters on guitar, the album is an aural delight with soulful gems from start-to-finish.
Although it's less known than his second full length, Back For More, which was produced by Norman Connors, P-VINE believes this album will strike a chord with R&B lovers. Includes Japanese OBI-strip!
- Vinyl LP
- Supported by Bernard Purdie (drums) & The Meters' Leo Nocentelli (guitar)
- Japanese obi strip
- I've Got My Second Wind
- Come Check Out This Love
- It's Not Too Late (To Start Again)
- I'll Do Anything For You
- Since You Walked Out Of My Life
- Let Me Love You (Like You Want To Be Loved)
- Let's Go Home Together