Johnny Adams

Johnny Adams - I Can't Be All Bad

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I Won’t Cry – 1958 – Re-Released – 1969 SSS Int. Label USA
Release Me
I Can’t Be All Bad
Reconsider Me

Johnny Adams started out in New Orleans on the JOKOMO label in the late 1950’s A K A “the Tan Canary” doing albums of songwriters Doc Pomus and Percy Mayfield. Before all that he was yet another gospel singer who crossed over to R&B.

Dorothy LaBostrie wrote I Won’t Cry which was produced a young Mac Rebennack (DR John) and released on Joe Ruffino’s Ric label.

1962 Mac Rebennack  wrote A Losing Battle for Johnny which became an  R&B chart hit. Life Is a Struggle followed.

1968 Release Me on Shelby Singleton’s SSS label (a re-make of the country hit – Jimmy Heap).

1969 Reconsider Me reached the USA R&B Top Ten. I Can’t Be All Bad

After All The Good Is Gone  – 1978 – LP

1984 From The Heart LP

Johnny Adams

Born 5th January 1932 – New Orleans, Louisiana

Died 14th September 1998 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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