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Lula Reed ‎– Blue And Moody (1958)

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Lula Reed ‎– Blue And Moody (1958)

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A1 	Watch Dog 	
A2 	I'll Drown In My Tears 	
A3 	Going Back To Mexico 	
A4 	Three Men 	
A5 	Sample Man 	
A6 	Last Night 	
B1 	Rock Love 	
B2 	Let's Call It A Day 	
B3 	Bump On A Log 	
B4 	My Poor Heart 	
B5 	Every Second 	
B6 	Jealous Love

Lula Reed - vocals


A longtime cohort of pianist/producer Sonny Thompson, singer Lula Reed recorded steadily for Cincinnati-based King Records during the mid-'50s after debuting on wax in 1951 to sing Thompson's original version of the moving ballad "I'll Drown in My Tears" (a 1956 smash for Ray Charles as "Drown in My Own Tears").

After serving as Thompson's vocalist at first, the attractive chanteuse was sufficiently established by 1952 to rate her own King releases. She was versatile, singing urban blues most of the time but switching to gospel for a 1954 session. Reed's strident 1954 waxing "Rock Love" was later revived by labelmate Little Willie John. She briefly moved to the Chess subsidiary Argo in 1958-1959 but returned to the fold in 1961 (as always, under Thompson's direction) on King's Federal imprint. While at Federal, she waxed a series of sassy duets with guitarist Freddy King in March of 1962. Another move -- to Ray Charles's Tangerine logo in 1962-1963 -- soon followed. After that, her whereabouts are unknown. ---Bill Dahl, allmusic.com

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