Bull And The Matadors

Profile:
James "Bull" Parks, Milton Hardy and James Otis Love were a local Chicago act who signed to Ernie & Tony Leaner´s Toddlin Town label in 1968. The Leaner´s had just started this new venture after their previous labels in the One-Derful & Mar-V-Lus stable had gone out of business. The group enjoyed immediate success with their 1968 release "The Funky Judge" which was a top 40 hit nationally. Unfortunately their next couple of 45s did not do as well. Their recipe for success was tried again just five months later on their second release for Toddlin´Town "I Can´t Forget" which sank without a trace Their last release, was put out in the summer of ´69.
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Singles & EPs

Bull And The Matadors - The Funky Judge album art Bull & The Matadors* The Funky Judge (Single) Toddlin' Town Records Australia 1968 Sell This Version
Bull And The Matadors - I Can't Forget / Move With The Groove album art Bull And The Matadors I Can't Forget / Move With The Groove (Single) Toddlin' Town Records US 1969 Sell This Version
Bull And The Matadors - A Part Of My Life album art Bull And The Matadors A Part Of My Life (Single) Bigman Records UK 2018 Sell This Version
Bull And The Matadors - If You Decide / Love Come Down album art Bull & The Matadors* If You Decide / Love Come Down (Single) Toddlin' Town Records US Unknown Sell This Version

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