Syl Johnson

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Syl Johnson (b. July 1, 1936) is an American blues and soul singer and music producer. Born Sylvester Thompson in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Johnson sang and played with blues artists Magic Sam, Billy Boy Arnold, Junior Wells and Howlin' Wolf in the 1950s, before recording with Jimmy Reed for Vee-Jay in 1959. He made his solo debut that same year with Federal, a subsidiary of King Records of Cincinnati, backed by Freddie King on guitar. He then began recording for Twinight Records of Chicago in the mid 1960s. Read more on Last.fm

Syl Johnson
Bridge to a Legacy
Album (2012)
Syl Johnson
Uptown Shakedown
Album (2012)
Syl Johnson
Talkin' About Chicago
Album (1999)
Syl Johnson & Syleena Johnson
This Time Together by Father and Daughter
Album (1995)
Syl Johnson
Back for a Taste of Your Love + Diamond in the Rough
Album (1995)
Syl Johnson
Back In the Game
Album (1994)
Syl Johnson
Dresses Too Short / Is It Because I'm Black
Album (1987)
Syl Johnson
Total Explosion
Album (1975)
Syl Johnson
Diamond in the Rough
Album (1974)
Syl Johnson
Back for a Taste of Your Love
Album (1973)
Syl Johnson
Is It Because I'm Black
Album (1970)
Syl Johnson
Dresses Too Short
Album (1968)