Clay Hammond could be best remembered because the author of Small Johnny Taylor’s large soul strike, “IN YOUR FREE TIME Like.” He was also a good Sam Cooke-style spirit vocalist in his personal right, nevertheless, who documented for various brands in the 1960s. His most well-known attempts from that point will be the four singles he do for Kent between 1966-69. These combined Southern spirit, gospel, and blues designs, yet also experienced a relatively lighter and poppier creation aura than very much Southern soul, maybe because these were documented in LA. All eight tunes from these 45s, in addition to eight others which were documented however, not released in the 1960s, show up on the Ace Compact disc Southern Spirit Brothers, which also contains ten tracks documented for Kent around once by fellow spirit vocalist Z.Z. Hill. Hammond documented sporadic singles and albums for numerous labels following the 1960s, furthermore to singing within the lineups of organizations like the Drifters as well as the Rivingtons around the oldies circuit.