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Mp3 Lloyd Price - Lloyd Swings For Sammy

  • Performer: Lloyd Price
  • Album: Lloyd Swings For Sammy
  • Label: Monument
  • Catalog #: MLP 8032
  • MP3: 1424 mb | FLAC: 1394 mb
  • Released: 1965
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 008
  • Category: Funk
Mp3 Lloyd Price - Lloyd Swings For Sammy


1Gone (You're Gone)4:38
2Baby Please Don't Go2:07
3I Love You2:14
4Meet In The Bottom2:14
5Don't Cry2:40
6Ebb Tide4:04
7Oh Lady Luck2:38
8Fly Me To The Moon2:26
10Come Home2:22
12Nice And Easy3:24


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SLP 18032Lloyd Price Lloyd Price Swings For Sammy ‎(LP, Album)MonumentSLP 18032US1965



Lloyd Swings for Sammy. Lloyd Price. Released: Oct 2015. Album 1965 12 Songs. R&BSoul Swings for Sammy, 2015. Now playing . Lloyd Price born March 9, 1933 is an American R&B vocalist, known as Mr. Personality, after his 1959 million-selling hit, Personality. His first recording, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, was a hit for Specialty Records in 1952. He continued to release records, but none were as popular until several years later, when he refined the New Orleans beat and achieved a series of national hits. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Listen full album. View all Lloyd Price albums. Lloyd Price Swings For Sammy. 12 tracks. Released in improve the Lloyd Price Swings For Sammy page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and. Tell us why you would like to improve the Lloyd Price Swings For Sammy musician Price. LP - Monument Records SMP-18032. or open in our Desktop information about the songs on the release Lloyd Swings for Sammy by Lloyd Price: who covered the songs, who sang the 에서 Lloyd Price의 릴리스를 둘러보세요. 프로필: American rhythm & blues and soul singer, songwriter, businessman, and label owner. Nicknamed 'Mr. Personality' after his hit single of the same name. Price's first single for Specialty Records, Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Mailman Blues topped the R&B charts after it's release in 1952. Price was drafted into the army during the Korean war, but upon release from the military founded the record labels KRC, Double-L Records 2, and Lloyd Price's Turntable, and had several hit singles on the ABC-Paramount label