1972's "Life, Love and Faith" was Toussaint's first album for Warner Reprise. While a soul record through and through, this effort from the multi-talented New Orleans native shares some of the singer/songwriter vibe of his contemporary labelmates, such as Randy Newman, Joni Mitchell, Lowell George and Little Feat. Stand out tracks include "Soul Sister," "Victims of the Darkness" and "On Your Way Down." Tracks: 1. Victims of the Darkness 2. Am I Expecting Too Much 3. My Baby Is the Real Thing 4. Goin' Down 5. She Once Belonged to Me 6. Out of the City [Into Country Life] 7. Soul Sister 8. Fingers And Toes 9. I've Got to Convince Myself 10. on Your Way Down 11. Gone Too Far 12. Electricity.
Victims Of The Darkness
Am I Expecting Too Much
My Baby Is The Real Thing
She Once Belonged To Me
Out Of The City (Into Country Life)
Fingers And Toes
I've Got To Convince Myself
On Your Way Down
Gone Too Far
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