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Choker Campbell

b. 21 March 1916, Shelby, Mississippi, USA, d. 20 July 1993, Detroit, Michigan, USA. Tenor saxophonist Campbell led the to begin Motown Information’ road rings that followed the fledgling label’s works on tour. When his placement was used by Earl Vehicle Dyke, Campbell rather led the citizen music group at Detroit’s Graystone Ballroom. Many live sessions had been recorded as of this Motown-owned location, like the saxophonist’s unreleased Tones OF YOUR TIME. His eventual contribution towards the label’s catalogue was Strikes FROM THE Sixties, but Campbell remaining the company immediately after its launch. In 1969, he founded the Tri-City Documenting Business, an ambitious business responsible for many musically contrasting shops, including Tri-City, Moonville USA, Ultra Town and Gospel Teach.

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