V.A.The Rojac Story: The Best Of Rojac & Tay-Ster
Around 1963, Taylor inaugurated Rojac Records, attempting to capture the musical pulse of Harlem on microgroove the way Berry Gordy was managing to perfection in the Motor City. No doubt the ultimate goal was to accrue stacks of benjamins by releasing a non-stop barrage of hits on Rojac and its sister Tay-Ster label.
Rojac and Tay-Ster issued a steady stream of product through the latter half of the '60s. Taylor relocated his base of operations to Detroit at the end of the decade; after that, his labels went dormant for a while, though he intermittently reactivated them.
This rarities-loaded collection offers proof positive that the Fat Man knew how to produce exceptional soul records.
|Titel:||The Rojac Story: The Best Of Rojac & Tay-Ster|
|Format:||Vinyl 2LP, Vinyl, LP|
|Pressung:||US – Original|
|Style:||Funk / Soul|
|Gewicht:||500g (plus 250g Verpackung)|