Larry Fallon’s real name is thought to have been Lawrence Freaso. Born in 1925, Mr Fallon died on June 2, 2005. He was a composer, arranger and record producer. He is of interest for his production of The Jaybirds’ Somebody help me which was issued on Sue WI 4013, and he was also involved in recording “Incense” by The Anglos which was not originally issued on UK Sue but did find its way on to the “This is Sue” sampler LP.
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“Such a mess” by Lloyd Price was issued on UK Sue LP ILP 920, “50 minutes 24 seconds of recorded dynamite”.
Did not chart.
Lloyd Price | CC Rider Blues | lloydprice.jpg
Singer, songwriter, bandleader, businessman, record producer and record company executive Lloyd Price was born on March 9, 1933 and rose to international fame in the 1950s with a string of hit recordings including “Personality” which is probably the most famous of his recordings. He was discovered in 1952 by Art Rupe of Specialty Records, and “Lawdy Miss Clawdy” became his first successful record. In 1954 he was called up for national service. Between 1957 and 1959 he made his famous sequence of successful records for ABC Records.
He is associated with Wilson Pickett, Larry Williams, Little Richard and many others.
His recording “Such a mess” was issued on ILP 920, “50 minutes 24 seconds of recorded dynamite”.
Updated 23 August 2016
Information about Little Sonny (Warner) has been added.
Gary S. Paxton | Public domain | 16287su
Record producer Gary Sanford Paxton was born Larry Wayne Stevens on May 18, 1939 and died on July 17, 2016 from complications of heart surgery and liver disease, aged 77.
He was a successful record producer, recording artist, and songwriter. Paxton came to notice as a member of Skip & Flip and The Hollywood Argyles is famed for being producer of “Alley Oop” for The Hollywood Argyles in 1960 and “Monster Mash” for Bobby “Boris” Pickett in 1962.
One of his last compositions was entitled When I Die, Just Bury Me at Wal-Mart (So My Wife Will Come Visit Me).
Sue fans know him as the producer of “Like long hair” for Paul Revere and The Raiders, which was also a pop hit in the US, and was released on UK Sue WI 343.
“Sho know a lot about love” by The Hollywood Argyles was released on the UK Sue LP ILP 933 “The Sue Story Vol. 2”.
Daily Telegraph Obituary