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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Same Thing All Over - Billy Young

Billy Young was discovered by Otis Redding, Like Otis, he was a Macon native. Along with Loretta Williams and Arthur Conley, he recorded one of the four Otis' and Joe Galkin own JOTIS singles, in 1965. The JOTIS singles were distributed by Atlantic like Stax and recorded some at Stax, some at Fame in Muscleshoals. He died 8/18/1999. On this particular track, recorded at Fame, the second voice is thought to be Otis Redding himself but I've been told it's Art (pee wee) Wilson .  

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1 comment:

  1. the back round voice is not Otis redding, the voice is Art Wilson (pee wee)I was one of the trumpet players in the band that time.

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