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Hi, been a while since I was last on here, but i've just put this up on youtube to share; a pretty rare track you might not have heard....

It's from a UK issue EP released in 1964; obviously a U.S recording done perhaps late '50's/early '60's - side one is Harry Lewis 'Night Stroll pts 1 & 2 and side 2 is by Tommy Wills who possibly by the tracks lead instrumentation was a guitarist. Great record if you can find it. I'll upload Night Stroll pt 2 soon - a much more uptempo track but still with that incredible tearing Tenor sound.



Anyone know about Harry Lewis??
 

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Great stuff, 1Dawg! From the 'golden era.' Thanks for posting this. I wasn't aware of Harry Lewis. He sounds like he comes out the the classic jump blues/early R&B era. When "R&B" actually meant rhythm and blues.
 

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Great track and what a tone! Thanks very much for posting it.
 

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Hey! Thanks for that. What a classic sound and style. And there's a B3 organ in there playing in unison with the guitar. Love it. Bring on Pt. 2.
 
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