This is the rarest release on Tee Fletcher’s Atlanta based Shurfine label I know. And the writer / singer Levi Walker the most obscure artist. The label number 027 was also used for Hannibal’s “The Truth Shall Set You Free” track which might indicate that Walker’s 45 wasn’t properly issued hence it’s scarcity. The top side is a rather messy dance track but the flip, Don’t Let It End is a deep soul ballad of some quality. The arrangement is sparse – no horns – but the overall feel is just right and Walker’s rather low keyed vocal suitably regretful. If you see this for sale lap it up – you won’t find another one easily.
Shake it one time for me / Don’t let it end ~ SHURFINE 027 (1972)