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This page contains comprehensive discography information related to Joe Tex. 1965 Hold What You've Got (Dial Records, distributed by Atlantic Records) - US Pop US R&B 1965 Hold On! It's Joe Tex (Checker). 1965 The Best of Joe Tex (King). 1965 The Best of Joe Tex (Parrot). 1965 Joe Tex (Pickwick). 1965 The New Boss (Dial/Atlantic) - US US R&B 1966 The Love You Save (Dial/Atlantic) - US 1966 I've Got to Do a Little Better (Dial/Atlantic). 1967 The Best of Joe Tex (Dial/Atlantic).
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Joe Tex. Biography by Dave Marsh. A classic Southern soul singer of the '60s and early '70s known for his ecstatic vocals and secular sermons. Joe Tex. From the Roots Came th. oe Tex. Bumps & Bruises. 25 All Time Greatest H. ee Full Discography.
Joe Tex (Joseph Arrington, J. August 8, 1935 – August 13, 1982) was an American rhythm & blues singer. He gained success in the 1960s and 1970s with his brand of Southern soul, which mixed the styles of country, gospel and rhythm and blues. Born in Rogers, Texas, in 1935 (often misreported as 1933) and raised in Baytown, TX, Tex's career started after he was signed to King Records in 1955 following four wins at the Apollo Theater.
Being a direct re-release of the 1965 release of The Best of Joe Tex on Parrot Records. Rerelease of pre-1965 King Records material, previously released in 1965 as The Best of Joe Tex. ^ Criticised as being another re-release of Tex's pre-Dial material, but again excluding the "lost 45, 'Looking For My Pig'". Released as part of the London Records Collectors' Series, which also included releases of London material by Thin Lizzy, Genesis and David Bowie. Being the complete recordings Tex completed for King Records (owned by Syd Nathan) during 1955-1957, involving no album release at the time. sounding a bit like Tex trying to emulate Sam Cooke. It's pleasant enough, but it wasn't until the next decade that he would find his own voice.
1. All I Could Do Was Cry – Part II. 2. All I Could Do Was Cry – Part I.
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