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Skip Easterling

Neglect Easterling was a white spirit singer using a penchant for updating blues and R&B criteria. One of is own most notable monitors, made by Huey “Piano” Smith, was Easterling’s edition of Willie Dixon’s “Hoochie Coochie Guy” from around 1970 — using a flute, a cool dance beat, along with a well-arranged horn-based support band, the tune was changed into something completely brand-new and startlingly new. The solitary was Miss Easterling’s biggest strike, and shut out the annals of Joe Banashak’s Quick Records label like a chart contender.

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