>Wilson Pickett — Let Me Be Your Boy


“After singing with the Falcons, Wilson Pickett, backed by the Supremes, recorded this his solo debut. It was the first release, for the Correc-Tone label, of Detroit, a small independent run by Wilbur Golden. It was his only release for the label but was picked up that same year by Cub records of New York a bigger independent and issued on Cub 9113. From Correc-Tone Wilson Pickett moved on to Double L for three issues, until recording for Atlantic in 1964.”   (From: http://www.johnnyspencer.info/index.html)

Let Me Be Your Boy

I did not believe that this should be Wilson; he sounds completely different than I’ve ever heard him.

Now, this is how Wilson should sound!  Deborah

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