Tad Robinson - That's How Strong My Love Is (Live)
That’s How Strong My Love Is – Tad Robinson & The Delmark All-Stars

Written by Roosevelt Jamison, “That’s How Strong My Love Is” made its debut in 1964 through
a rendition by soul artist O.V. Wright. The song gained widespread recognition with notable
recordings in 1965 by Otis Redding and the Rolling Stones, followed by versions from The
Hollies and Percy Sledge in 1966. Over the years, numerous artists have been drawn to its
allure, spanning from Candi Staton to The Youngbloods, Humble Pie to Little Milton and Taj
Mahal to Bryan Ferry.
Tad Robinson showcased his rendition in Dave Specter’s 1994 Delmark album “Blueplicity”.
Fast forward three decades, Tad and Dave revisited the song, this time with for the historical
Delmark 70th anniversary concert at Evanston SPACE with the Delmark All-Stars.

“That’s How Strong My Love Is” (Jamison, Three Wise Boys Music LLC, BMI)

Tad Robinson, vocals
Sheryl Youngblood, vocals
Dave Specter & Mike Wheeler, guitars
Roosevelt Purifoy, Hammond B3 organ
Larry Williams, bass
Cleo Cole, drums
Recorded live at Evanston SPACE by Jackson Hamrick; September 20, 2023
Live performance produced by Elbio Barilari
Mixed by Harry Brotman & Julia A. Miller at Delmark Records
Mastered by Harry Brotman at Harry Brotman Musical Services
Photography by Rich Voorhees
Graphic design by Elbio Barilari