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L.M. Hilton

Lalovi M. Hilton, better referred to as L.M. Hilton in musical circles, wasn’t a specialist musician, but a genuine folksinger, who sang within an unaffected, total uncommercial but honest and immediate style. A officer by trade located in Ogden, UT — with one stage superintendent from the bureau of recognition and information there — in addition to a person in the high priest’s presidency from the Ogden Stake of Zion, his instant of glory like a vocalist arrived when ethno-musicologist Willard Rhodes arrived calling in the first ’50s. Hilton documented what became a stunning 10″ LP from Folkways entitled Mormon Folk Tunes, superbly sung a cappella within an honest and genuine design for the microphones.

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