Par dion1 le 24 January 2011 à 22:44
The Woods Brothers (New Orleans)
The Woods Brothers
1963 - To You My Love / Love, Love, Love (At last 1002)
In the early ’60s, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Harold Battiste (who had done some A&R for Specialty) formed the New Orleans-based AFO label with the intention of giving local artists a fairer deal via a Black-owned company. He initiated the first African-American musician-owned record label (All For One) and publishing company (At Last Pub. Co.).
Only one true hit resulted, Barbara George’s “I Know” , but some solid New Orleans R&B was recorded during its brief time in operation. The Woods Brothers recorded two song For At Last "To You My Love" and "Love, Love, Love".
To You My Love Love, Love, Love
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