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  • Birthday 23/02/1953

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    John Lloyd
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  1. Just arrived. Can't find reference to this. It's on ZZ Hill's brothers label. Possibly recorded live as the first half of pt1 is a very slow intro. Pt2 is a full on belter. Does anyone know about this? The one on Discogs is my entry. Cheers John
  2. Just got the Z Z Hill album on UK Action, vg+ for 20 quid, well pleased.
  3. Mike

    How about this

    John

    1. Mike

      Mike

      got it John

      you posted on the status shouts rather than via pm so will remove in a bit

      thansk now added to the list to go up

      cheers

      mike

  4. Mention of Vernon Garrett brings me to this belter also released on Watts USA. "We People In The Ghetto"
  5. On the TK distributed label Kingston, Rising Sun - Let Me Into Your Heart.
  6. A close third behind Johnny Copeland and Barbara Lynn but still a winner for me. Johnny & Lilly - Suffering City.
  7. Unsure of the date on this, possibly pre his Hi recordings. As he wrote and produced this and had 4 out of 5 of the records on Royal - Tone did he own the label? This has probably been discussed before but I can't find it any where. Gene Anderson - Baby I Dig You
  8. At 6 minutes maybe too long to get played out but a belter from Ed Townsend - This Too Shall Pass - from the Curtom lp Now.
  9. Continuing the George Jackson theme, Clarence Carter - Snatching It Back. Fame recording with Dan Penn's finest on the other side, whats not to like for less than the price of a pint
  10. Martyn Try Thishttps://www.discogs.com/33⅓-Treat-Her-Right-Mr-Love/release/6003899 John
  11. I seemed to buy a lot of Mojo singles at the time of release. To me the standard was high, up there with other UK labels that sourced from various US labels. This is a great double sider from Art Gentry - Breakthrough/Wonderful Dream. Written and produced by George Jackson.
  12. The 3 on discogs at the moment place it between £40 and £50. John
  13. One I'd forgotten about whilst going through the shelves. 33 1/3 - Treat Her Right. This clip has parts 1 and 2.

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