Johnny Williams

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Hard-singing soul/blues singer Johnny Williams' biggest hit was "Slow Motion, Pt.1," a 1972 Top Ten R&B single for Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records. He also recorded sides for Epic…
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Year Album Artist
2012 Philadelphia International Classics: The Tom Moulton Remixes Tom Moulton Primary Artist
2011 Brunswick Lost Soul, Vol. 1 Primary Artist
2011 Brunswick Lost Soul, Vol. 2 Primary Artist
2011 C'est La Rentrée 2011 Composer
2008 Conquer the World: The Lost Soul of Philadelphia International Records Primary Artist
2008 Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia Primary Artist
2007 Drift and Dream The Drifters Group Member
2007 Eccentric Soul: Twinight's Lunar Rotation Primary Artist
2007 Pride [Soundtrack] Primary Artist
1999 Home of the Blues [MCA] Guitar
1999 Pop Music: The Early Years 1890-1950 Drums, String Bass
1998 Atlantic Jazz: Vocal Classics Arranger
1998 Mo Betta': St. Louis R&B 1956-1966 Composer, Primary Artist
1997 Between the Sheets, Vol. 4 Performer
1997 The Philly Sound: Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff and the Story of Brotherly Love (1966-1976) Performer
1996 Mean Old World: The Blues from 1940 to 1994 Guitar
1996 Red Hot Jazz Bass
1996 Rockin' & Driftin': The Drifters Box The Drifters Vocals, Tenor (Vocal)
1996 Twinight's Chicago Soul Heaven Primary Artist
1995 From Philly with Love: Rhythm and Soul Performer
1992 Blue Eyed Soul of Texas Performer
1990 Big Boss Band George Benson Group Member
1989 The Chess Box Willie Dixon Guitar
1988 All-Time Greatest Hits & More: 1959-1965 The Drifters Tenor (Vocal), Group Member
1983 Groove Jumping!: 14 Classic Rockin' R&B Tracks from RCA's Groove Label Bass
1969 Koko Taylor Koko Taylor Guitar
1963 A Salute to Hank Williams Johnny Williams Primary Artist
1963 Up on the Roof The Drifters Group Member
1962 Save the Last Dance for Me The Drifters Group Member
Starfloor Composer