Monday, March 21, 2011

...and lead me on

Speaking of the Duke label...and my confusion over vocalists who worked with Huey Smith....and different versions of songs I've already posted.....

Not that we were actually speaking of all that, but ya gotta figure these posts do kinda run together in my mind and I guess you could say I'm a little bit mentally under-employed at the moment, so, whatever.

I think this is the same Little Buck that sings on the Huey's recording of "Coo Coo Over You". If so, then he's the also the vocalist who recorded two other 45s with Huey Smith for the Seven B label and also worked at one time with Dave Bartholomew.

In other words, not Lil' Buck Senegal the fabulous guitar player. Got it?

Anyway, this may be the original version of a song I posted a long while back by R.L. Griffith on the Gay-Shel label [the link is still active, check the sidebar]. Or could be the other way around. All I know is that this 45 was issued in 1960, the date on the other record is anyone's guess.

Hope ya'll enjoy. I've also included a link to a song from one of Little Buck's Seven B singles with Huey Smith. It's doubtful that I'll ever even see a copy of that 45, so what the hell.


  1. Thanks again for all the great music!

  2. Hi, the link to "I'll Follow You" seems to be not working.

  3. You're very welcome Bobb...

    Anon...You should probably try again later. It's working just fine for me and from what I can tell, a number of other folks.