Tyrone Davis was easily one of the most successful male singers during his time. His catalog is rich with hits that span over two decades. Starting his career billed as “Tyrone the Wonder Boy,” he recorded for small Chicago labels until 1968…where changed his stage last name to Davis.
Dubbed the King of romantic Chicago Soul by MTV, Tyrone Davis deserves his flowers due to the fact that his classic discography made him a fan favorite for women who are die hard soul fans during the 60s & 70s.
Y’all know I love a good sample! Here’s a few samples of Tyrone’s work in the generations after them.
Albums Released: Can I Change My Mind.
Tyrone’s first hit single “Can I Change My Mind” was a top 5 pop hit and a number one R&B record…
Albums Released: Turn Back the Hands of Time, I Had It All The Time, Without You in My Life, It’s All in the Game, Home Wrecker, Turning Point, Love and Touch, Let’s Be Closer Together, I Can’t Go On This Way, In The Mood With Tyrone Davis, Can’t You Tell It’s Me.
Davis kept the momentum going in the 70s with hits like “Turn Back The Hands of time,” &”Turning Point.”
Tyrone’s Columbia days have to be my favorite era due to the fact that he dropped whole bops!
Albums Released: I Just Can’t Keep on Going, Everything in Place, Tyrone Davis, Something Good, Sexy Thang, Man of Stone, Flashin’ Back.
Tyrone dropped so many gems during the 80s 🙌🏾😭
Albums Released: Come On Over, I’ll Always Love You, Something’s Mighty Wrong, You Stay On My Mind, For The Good Times, Simply, Pleasing You, Call Tyrone.
Tyrone signed to legendary Blues label Malaco in the 90s, & the QUALITY MUSIC is there! I was also introduced to Tyrone Davis by my grandma and stepdad. I had no business listening to these songs as a child. 🙌🏾
Albums Released: Relaxin’ with Tyrone, Love Line, Come To Daddy.
Tyrone’s albums in the 2000s were everything! 🙌🏾
Tyrone Davis passed away in 2005, but his legacy lives on through the amazing music he left behind. -MJ