With Clydie King

  • September 28, 2017

    February 22, 1968 – RPM Studio, Los Angeles

    Session No: Liberty 1426.Period: The ABC / Tangerine Years (1959 – 1972).Location: RPM Studio, Los Angeles.Artist: Clydie King.Album (compilation): Clydie King ‎- The Imperial & Minit Years.Label: Liberty Records; Stateside 5099950958122. Personnel: Clydie King (vocals); Jimmy Holiday (2nd lead vocals); Bobby Bryant, Mike Akopoff, Melvin Moore, Roy Burrows (trumpet); Bobby Knight, Tommy Shepard, Streamline Ewing, Dick “Slyde” Hyde (trombone); Georgie Auld, Charles […]

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  • November 5, 2014

    If You Love Me Like You Say (By Clydie King, Ray Charles On Piano)

    Album3: Clydie King – The Imperial & Minit Years, Stateside EMI 5099950958122, 2007. Ray Charles (on piano) and his band are on Clydie King’s one-off Tangerine recording of this song, which wasn’t released until 2007, as part of Clydie King – The Imperial & Minit Years, from a previously unreleased Tangerine master taped in 1968 (session info here). Live: ’67 LC […]

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  • October 24, 2014

    Ode To Billie Joe (Ft Clydie King)

    Album: It’s A Blues Thing, Monad B000003J7X, 1995 (1968).    F.l.t.r. Merry Clayton, Alex Brown, Gwen Berry, Clydie King at Newport Jazz Fest on July 7, 1968. From Michigan Daily  (Jul. 13): “Charles is an unequaled musical institution. He closed  his performance with High-Heeled Sneakers [= Hi Heel  Sneakers], bringing the house down 8 times. One highlight […]

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  • October 15, 2014

    Sweet Memories (With Clydie King)

    Dutch release. Album: Love Country Style, ABC/Tangerine 707, June 1970. Single (B): ABC 11291, February 1971, b/w Don’t Change On Me. A nice duet with Sister Clydie. Recorded at RPM International in Los Angeles. The musicians and choir remained uncredited.

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