I Need Somebody To Love Tonight by Sylvester sung by Jason Walker

Ever heard him sing ‘At Last’ by Etta James? Like ‘At Last’, ‘I Need Somebody To Love Tonight’ gave me chills! Jason Walker is a male vocalist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has an amazing voice range! Jason has one of the most beautiful and soulful voices I ever heard! He is not only talent personified, he is as sweet as down to earth as they come!

‘I Need Somebody To Love Tonight’ sung by Sylvester was originally produced in 1975 by synth wizard and under-recognized genius Patrick Cowley, the song repetitive synth-bass, padded drums, and cosmic sound effects eave around each other in mesmerizing, midtempo fashion. Tension builds on slow-chugging masterpiece ‘I Need Somebody To Love Tonight’, a song that Cowley revisited four years later with Sylvester for his album ‘Stars’.

‘I Need Somebody To Love Tonight’ was recorded live at The Gershwin Hotel NYC, December 2010. Jason Walker performed for a small group of people, also songs like ‘I am Changing’. As a true Sylvester fan myself, and a great lover of this song, Mr.Walker, let me just say…’Very well done’…  You truly worked it…  And as Sylvester would say… ‘Don’t Stop’.

Don’t forget to check out Jason on his official website here. You can also be his friend on Twitter and/or FaceBook, and get the updates as they happen. And if you haven’t already, please consider making an investment in your listening pleasure and check out Jason’s Kickstarter page here. With a pledge of $10, $25, $50 or more, you can pre-order a new album, and get many other benefits you can read about on that page.

 

 

 

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