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"Uncle John's Swingin' Farm" flipped with the even more blues flavored "I Got To Move" on The Don-J imprint. The only other release On Don-J I know about are the Orbits.

Pete-S Any info?

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I Did Find This CD From Night Train So This Guy Is Not To Be Confused With Soloman King At All.

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This is a CD.

Rare and unreissued California Blues and Soul 1960 - 1970

King Solomon was one of the stalwarts of Los Angeles blues of the 50s and 60s. He recorded in the hard small combo sound popularized by B.B. King and went on to emulate Kings more soul driven approach to the blues of the later 60s. Night Train collects for the first time, from close to a dozen labels, this appealing hour-plus package of the kind of blues and soul that seems to strike the most responsive chord with todays fans.

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