I Trust You is taken from Billy Paul’s Let ’em In album (PIR 1976). Of course, my ears immediately pricked at the smooth intro of the song. But in the end, the lyrics are the real hook. No doubt, trusting a person is the foundation on which any healthy relationship rests; only where is that famous thin line — not between love and hate in this case — but between trust and naivte? Well, I guess everyone has to find that out for themeselves.
- Soul of the 60’s and 70’s: Sounds Of The Soul (Third Ed.)
- I’m sorry …
- Lee Dorsey — Tears, Tears, And More Tears
- Calvin Scott — I’ve Made A Reservation
- Lloyd and Glen — That Girl
- Time To Tune In To The Vintage Soul Radio Show …
- Otis Redding — Keep Your Arms Around Me
- The Village Soul Choir — The Cat Walk
- Blues on Thursday!
- Deepies on a Wednesday