R. Dean Taylor is a Toronto born recording artist, songwriter and record producer who worked for Motown Records during the 1960s and 1970s. Taylor's credits include such hits as "Love Child" and "I'm Living In Shame" by the Supremes, "All I Need" by the Temptations, "I'll Turn To Stone" by the Four Tops, and "Just Look What You've Done" by Brenda Holloway.
He put out a bunch of terrific singles in the 60s, for example“There’s A Ghost in My House” (Tamla Motown VIP-25042) from 1967:
Taylor had a huge hit in 1970 with “Indiana Wants Me” which went to #1 in Canada and the US.
The following is a clip of R. Dean Taylor with “Don’t Fool Around“ (the flipside of “There’s A Ghost In My House”) broadcast on the Dutch tv program TopPop in 1974: