Tad Robinson – That’s How Strong My Love Is




    Tad Robinson – That’s How Strong My Love Is – OUT NOW!

    Delmark 881-8 (March 15, 2024)
    Digital Single

    Written by Roosevelt Jamison, “That’s How Strong My Love Is” made its debut in 1964 through a rendition by soul artist O.V. Wright. The song gained widespread recognition with notable recordings in 1965 by Otis Redding and the Rolling Stones, followed by versions from The Hollies and Percy Sledge in 1966. Over the years, numerous artists have been drawn to its allure, spanning from Candi Staton to The Youngbloods, Humble Pie to Little Milton and Taj Mahal to Bryan Ferry.

    Tad Robinson showcased his rendition in Dave Specter’s 1994 Delmark album “Blueplicity”. Fast forward three decades, Tad and Dave revisited the song, this time with for the historical Delmark 70th anniversary concert at Evanston SPACE with the Delmark All-Stars.

    Tad is joined by Sheryl Youngblood on backing vocals;  with Dave Specter & Mike Wheeler on guitar, Roosevelt Purifoy on Hammond B3 organ, Larry Williams on bass and Cleo Cole on the drums.