Lowell Fulson, Talking woman/Blues around midnight


Lowell Fulson, Talking woman, was leased from Kent records and issued on Sue WI 4023 in October 1966. Lowell Fulson was born in 1921 and died in 1999. He is most famous for his recordings on the Kent and Chess labels, in a long career which began after war service with the US Navy and continued almost unbroken up to his death. He was one of the most influential blues musicians on the US West Coast blues scene.

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Photo of Lowell Fulsom: Phil Spector | 14536

Updated 2 September 2016



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