1975 Photograph of Louisiana Red by David Redfern/Redferns | 14505
Iverson Minter (Louisiana Red) was born on March 23, 1932 in America and recorded for Chess and other labels from the late 1940s. His mother died shortly after his birth and his father was killed in a Ku Klux Klan lynching. A well known session musician, since the early 1980s he was based in Germany. “I done woke up” was recorded in 1964. He died on 25 February 2012.
No chart position available.
Pittsburgh Musical History – Louisiana Red
Data record Updated 31 July 2016
Danny White | Sir Shambling | 16298su
Joseph Daniel White was born in 1931 in New Orleans. Originally a member of Huey Smith and the Clowns, White made a number of singles under his own name from 1961 onwards. “I’m dedicating my life”/”Keep my woman home” was recorded for Atlas in 1965 in Memphis and is typical mid sixties Memphis soul. (“Keep” was written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter.) White died in 1996 age 65 of a stroke.
Did not chart.
Updated 4 September 2016