Don covay and the jefferson lemon blues band different strokes for different folks - Don Covay | Biography, Albums, Streaming Links | AllMusic


Its rawness is what makes these recordings compelling. A guitarist as well as a singer, Covay's pickings aren't buried in the mix, and you don't need a Geiger counter to detect the grooves.

As a performer, Covay enjoyed his own moments in the spotlight. When Atlantic Records assembled their top male soul singers in a studio in the summer of 1968 to make a single under the name the Soul Clan, Covay took his place alongside Solomon Burke , Joe Tex, Ben E King and Arthur Conley . The A-side, Soul Meeting , failed to make an impact commensurate with its all-star lineup, but the B-side, That’s How I Feel , remains a prime example of the southern deep-soul ballad, written by Covay (who also produced the session) with Bobby Womack and showcasing the church-trained strengths of each of the five singers.


Don Covay And The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band Different Strokes For Different FolksDon Covay And The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band Different Strokes For Different FolksDon Covay And The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band Different Strokes For Different FolksDon Covay And The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band Different Strokes For Different Folks

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