Get Away From Me Girl (1970)
Willie and West
Bob and Gene
The teaming up of two great artists for two great recordings, Williams & Watson – Larry Williams and Johnny Watson. They toured together and appeared together at Manchester’s Twisted Wheel and performed these live.
Larry Williams and Johnny (guitar) Watson:
SATURDAY 3rd APRIL 1965 they appeared at The TWISTED WHEEL
|Larry Williams – All-nighterKnown as rock and roll and recorded in the late fifties in New Orleans with Specialty Records: “Bony Moronie”, “Short Fat Fannie”, “Dizzy Miss Lizzy” these were R&B and greatly appreciated by the Wheel crowd.|
|Too Late – Larry Williams & Johnny Watson together|
|Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson – All-nighterThey did a single – ‘Too Late’ which has become a huge ‘Northern Soul hit.|
The Casanova Two
Oh, Yes; The Freeman Brothers have got Soul.
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Will Collins and Will Power disco jazzy Soul. And Anything I Can Do is on Kev Roberts Top 500 at 363.
It’s a constant theme in music falling in, then out, then in Love again in all types of music. This time it’s by The Patterson Twins It’s emotions. It’s Soul.
Some people were a bit sniffy about this duet couple, Frankie and Johnny. I think it’s great. So does Kev Roberts he puts it in his Top 500 at position 203. Presumably they got their name from the old blues standard by the same name.
The Soul Twins