The writer of many hit R&B records from the ’60s, including “That’s How Solid My Like Is” (recorded by Otis Redding as well as the Rolling Rocks, amongst others), Memphis-born Roosevelt Jamison was an integral player in the annals from the Goldwax label. As a higher school college student, Jamison won a skill scholarship or grant to a close by university, but needed to forego university, working like a medical center orderly to aid his wife and kid. Always thinking about music, while shifting through the rates of a healthcare facility, Jamison began controlling local gospel organizations and rehearsing them in the rear of the blood standard bank he ran. One particular groups, the Tranquility Echoes, counted among its users two of Goldwax’s biggest long term functions, O.V. Wright and Wayne Carr. Roosevelt and Wright started writing music and among the outcomes, “That’s How Solid My Love Is normally” became popular for both Wright and Otis Redding. After a dispute over contractual commitments ignited between Peacock and Goldwax, Jamison spent much less period guiding Wright’s profession and additional time focused on his various other protege, Adam Carr. Perhaps one of the most normally gifted spirit belters ever, Carr hardly ever really possessed the character to become the best star his skill suggested. However, with Jamison pressing the normally withdrawn Carr, the vocalist managed to rating several strikes for Goldwax, like the renowned “Dark End of THE ROAD.” Jamison continued to be focused on Carr lengthy after Goldwax folded, also going as far as to home loan his home to fund a Carr return. Currently no such go back to glory provides occurred for either Carr or Jamison.