Seems like Ronnie Dyson should've been a huge star. At 18, he landed a lead part in the Broadway production of "Hair"--that's him singing "Aquarius" on the original soundtrack recording. From there he went to an off-Broadway production of the rock musical "Salvation," which yielded the biggest hit of Dyson's career, ("If You Let Me Make Love To You Then) Why Can't I Touch You?" Written by Peter Link and C.C. Coutrney, the song is a great vehicle for Dyson's voice. (The vaguely Latin-sounding production has a nice marimba part and a swirling string arrangement.) The single sold a million copies and peaked at #8 on the pop charts in 1970. Dyson was signed to Columbia Records, which paired him with the fantastic Philadelphia producer Thom Bell on the 1973 album "One Man Band." But Dyson never broke through again. He recorded a few more albums, but then fell out of the scene. He died in 1990 at the age of 40.