Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Much The Same

Ray Stinnett always wanted to have a huge hit record on his hands, and he got it in 1965 as a member of Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs, by playing on the immortal Woolly Bully. After biding his time in a California commune, the man they called Catfish finally got around to recording a solo album in his native Memphis in '71, which unfortunately wasn't released at the time. Thanks to the wonderful label of love Light In The Attic, A Fire Somewhere finally saw the light of day two years ago. Genuine hippie vibes seldom sounded so good.

Ray Stinnett - Salty Haze

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