Elmore James – I believe my time ain’t long

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“I believe my time ain’t long” by Elmore James was released on Sue LP ILP 921 “We sing the blues” by various artists.

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Frankie Lee Sims – What will Lucy Do

“What will Lucy Do” by Frankie Lee Sims appears on the sampler LP IWP 5 – This Is Blues, and on ILP 919 – Various Artists – Pure Blues Volume 1.

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Frankie Lee Sims

Frankie Lee Sims was born on April 30, 1917, in New Orleans, Louisiana and died on May 10, 1970. After four years in the US marines he returned to his music with renewed focus and by the late 1940s had established himself in the Dallas blues scene. He was a cousin of Lightning Hopkins, and is now seen as an important figure in postwar Texas country blues.

This recording was a regional hit in 1957.

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Correspondence and corrections

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Paul

Gene Chandler – Rainbow

“Rainbow” by Gene Chandler was released in the UK on Sue LP ILP 934 “Soul 66”.

Thank you to Mike Atherton for his help in correcting this track listing.

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American singer, songwriter, talent scout, music producer and record label executive Eugene Drake Dixon, known as “Gene Chandler” or “The Duke of Earl” was born on July 6, 1937 and is nicknamed “The Duke of Earl” or simply “The Duke”.

Gene is a Grammy Hall Of Fame inductee and a winner of both the National Association of Television and Radio Announcers’ (NATRA) “Producer of the Year” Award and the Rhythm and Blues Foundation’s Pioneer Award.

He is one of the few artistes to have enjoyed success spanning the doo-wop, rhythm and blues, soul, and disco musical eras, with some 40 Pop and R&B chart hits between 1961 and 1986. On August 24, 2014, Chandler was inducted into the Official Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame.

“Rainbow” was released in 1962 and reached US Pop No 47 and R&B No 11.

Data record created 14 May 2017

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IWP 5 – This is Blues

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Track listing: Homesick James – Crossroads | J. B. Lenoir – I Sing Um The Way I Feel | Elmore James – It Hurts Me Too | Buster Brown – Doctor Brown | Sonny Boy Williamson – No Nights By Myself | Willie Mae Thornton – Tom Cat | Freddy King – Driving Sideways | Lowell Fulsom – Talking Woman Blues | Lightnin’ Hopkins – Wonder What Is Wrong With Me | Frankie Lee Sims – What Will Lucy Do | Otis Rush – I Can’t Quit You Baby | Junior Wells – Prison Bars All Around Me | Sammy Myers – Sleeping In The Ground | Tarheel Slim – Number nine Train.

Track listing kindly provided by Greg

Tracks selected from UK Sue LPs and compiled by Guy Stevens; this album was issued with Island labels.

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Updated 4 June 2017

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