Eddie Floyd | To The Bone

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To The Bone

by Eddie Floyd

Original songs written and performed by Eddie Floyd
Genre: Urban/R&B: Deep Soul
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1. To The Bone
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2. Maintenance Man
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3:37 album only
3. Show It To Me
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3:23 album only
4. Piece Of You
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5. Trouble In Our Home
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6. I Love
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7. You Don\'t Say No
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8. I Heard It Through The Walls
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9. Nosey Neighbors
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10. Double Your Pleasure
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Album Notes
Floyd's own mid-'60s output included "Raise Your Hand," which utilized the same Booker T. & the MGs-powered thrust as "Knock on Wood," and "Big Bird," written partially in shocked response to the tragic death of Otis Redding. Floyd remained loyal to Stax right up to its bitter demise, his engaging vocals resulting in major hits with the gentle "I've Never Found a Girl" and a lively remake of Sam Cooke's "Bring It on Home to Me." Now Eddie Floyd gives it his all on "To the Bone" at Rock House Records, with his longtime friend, Roy Roberts.


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