Richard shared some history with musician/ Okeh Records A&R man/ real life gangster Larry Williams, as they both recorded for Specialty Records in the 1950's (Larry was groomed to be Specialty's replacement for Richard when he went to the cloth in the late '50's), but they didn't become close friends until the mid '60's. By this point, Williams was working with Johnny "Guitar" Watson in L.A as musicians and an A&R team for Chicago based Okeh (essentially as a west coast branch). The Williams/ Watson soul revue band worked the California clubs with Little Richard to great acclaim, and eventually the team made some stellar records, none of which achieved the success they deserved.
'Discuss It' sports a massive groove, and some phenomenal dual vocals from Richard and Larry Williams (that's Larry heard on the semi-spoken intro).
LITTLE RICHARD - I DON'T WANT TO DISCUSS IT