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Sammy Lowe

Arranger/trumpeter/conductor Sammy Lowe’s credits include Wayne Brown’s number 1 R&B regular “From the Man’s Man’s Man’s Globe” and his 1963 quantity six R&B strike “Prisoner of Like,” in addition to recordings by Erskine Hawkins, Nina Simone, Sam Cooke, the Softones, the Tokens, and Small Peggy Marsh. Dark brown sent Lowe an acetate of what will be his most well-known ballad. The impassioned ballad was documented Feb 16, 1966, at Bob Gallo’s Talentmasters studio room in NY with drummer Bernard Purdie, guitarist Billy Butler, and pianist Ernie Hayes. Co-written by Dark brown and Betty Newsome, “From the Man’s Man’s Man’s Globe” b/w the likewise passionate “COULD IT BE Yes or COULD IT BE No?” kept the main R&B spot for 14 days and hit quantity eight play springtime 1966. The From the Man’s Man’s Man’s Globe LP premiered in August. Sammy Lowe was created May 14, 1918 in Birmingham, AL, and passed away there on Feb 17, 1993.

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