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Friday, May 09 2014 | 18:29
Image: 1589640 At last, finally available again on limited vinyl, the record that reignited Terry Callier's outstanding career.

Acid Jazz label boss Eddie Piller, determined to re-release this fantastic slice of gospel northern soul embarked upon a quest to track down the illusive Mr Callier. His career started at Chess records in the mid 1960s with the now extraordinarily collectible classics, 'Look At Me Now' and 'Ordinary Joe'. Picked up as a protege by Jerry Butler, "I Don't Want To See Myself (Without You)" was, to all intense and purposes, going to be his final release.

Family reasons had earlier forced a retirement but Piller's persuasive pleas persuaded Callier to visit Britain for the first time to meet his considerable fanbase - a fanbase he was blissfully unaware of.

Acid Jazz then released this single and the rest became history. Awards, hit albums and a re-appraised critically-claimed career followed.

Backed by the haunting "If I Could Make You (Change Your Mind)", this is the last time the single will be released on vinyl.

A. I Don't Want To See Myself (Without You)
B. If I Could Make You (Change Your Mind) Available from 16.05.2014
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