Although both of these performers are usually identified with styles of the 1950s, this is a fine overlooked album of upbeat (even frenetic at times) late-'60s soul. Both singers are in fine voice on a set of strong material that stands quite comfortably with similar urban soul efforts of the era from Chicago and Detroit. The CD reissue adds two significant bonus tracks from their 1967 single with Kaleidoscope, "Nobody" and "Find Yourself Someone to Love, " although the group's presence, while it is credited, is not evident on the B-side.
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AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger