1963

I'LL TAKE YOU HOME * THE DRIFTERS * ATLANTIC 2201 * USA

Johnny Moore takes lead on this slow ballad; it's the next side to I Feel Good All Over although it was recorded six months later at the session which produced Rat Race and If You Don't Come Back. Johnny Moore sang lead on over 42% of Drifters records from during the 1950s and 60s, the most by a wide margin, with Clyde McPhatter running a not so close second with only 15% of leads, prior to his work with The Drifters, he had tried to establish a solo career recording as Johnny Darrow cutting records for Melic and Sue. 

see also:

Up In The Streets Of Harlem
Answer The Phone Heís Just A playboy I Count The Tears Lonely Winds I Feel Good All Over
Mexican Divorce Somebody New Danciní With You I Donít Want To Go On Without You Some Kind of Wonderful Under The Boardwalk
Rat Race One Way Love On Broadway Please Stay Nobody But Me
Room Full Of Tears Adorable Vaya Con Dios Up On The Roof Sweets For My Sweet
Bip Bam Dance With Me Honey Love Drip-Drop Money Honey
I Gotta Get Myself A Woman Ruby Baby Soldier Of Fortune There Goes My Baby White Christmas

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