Ted Wilson

I Can't Take No More / My Aim Is To Please

Sierra : T-267

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  • Artist: Ted Wilson
  • A Side: I Can't Take No More
  • B Side: My Aim Is To Please
  • Label: Sierra
  • Format: 45s



  • Vinyl Condition: M-
  • Label Condition: xol
  • Sleeve Condition: M-

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Not just Northern Soul trophy time... but here's proper real-deal NORTHERN SOUL time!

Lightning bolts of zipping strings open up this motivational Alniter moment, beautifully decorated with a silky rich voice who stunningly portrays "enough is enough" he ain't gonna put up with any more her lies. Supported by aerial girl choruses forming a torrential sound that just rolls out from the speakers. Crashing percussion, those relentless string just don't stop cutting the air, like razor sharp sabatiers scything the final strings of his love affair. you can hear the joy in his voice as he frees himself from the deceit.


A mountainous production with delivering an uplifting message for the man who's ever been told a lie...

When two Brits, Les Reed and Barry Mason wrote this song in 1967, they never envisaged it to sound like this, in fact the British version by Jason Cord is drab, insipid and completely dull by comparison... Tom Sawyer and Bob Summers friom their Vine Street, Hollywood hideaway inspire a mysterious vocalist, then inject euphoric revenge into the proceedings. The result is stunning elated Northern Soul with the power to lift a dancefloor up and beyond to unprecedented levels of exhilaration...

I just need to say it one more time ...THIS IS NORTHERN SOUL!

the .s of a Jimmy Seals sound

Condition Report

small encircled X on a-side

A Side

  • Title: I Can't Take No More

    B Side

  • Title: My Aim Is To Please
  • Year: 1967
  • City: 1680 North Vine Street, Hollywood, California