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Thursday, November 8, 2012

BOBBY HUTTON - COME SEE WHAT'S LEFT OF ME

Bobby (real name Harold) Hutton was born and raised in Detroit, where he began his singing career as a young man. In 1965, Mr. Hutton moved to Chicago where he was signed to Chess for one release (as Harold Hutton). The following year he was signed to Phillips, where his name was changed to Bobby (which, coincidentally was the same name as an infamous member of the Black Panther Party who was killed in 1968).

There was a gap between the '66 release and this one in 1969; perhaps he was drafted? Whatever the story, his comeback record which we hear today is simply fabulous! The record is co-written and co-produced by the great Jo "Joshie" Armstead, an incredibly talented lady who is undoubtedly singing the ethereal backing vocals on the track as well.

from 1969...

BOBBY HUTTON - COME SEE WHAT'S LEFT OF ME


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1 comment:

badluckcity said...

That's not a big deal. About 100 of those hits are from me. :) Congrats.
I LOVE this track too. Already had it, but not the album art.