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    Edmondson, Carl

    He is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer from Cincinatti who has been active since the 1950s.  He was with the group The Emblems and then The Dolphins in 1964, who had a hit with his song "Hey Dad Da Dow (Just a Little Thing Called Love)".  He has been with his band, The Driving Years, for many years and with them he has been back-up for artists including Billy Joe Royal while being the house band at the Guys and Dolls nightclub in Kentucky.  Alongside doing jobs as a truck driver and a warehouse worker, he was a producer for Fraternity Records and as a songwriter has achieved 5 hit records for 2 of Clubs, Lonnie Mack, The Charmaines and Kenny Smith.

     

    Beverly Bell Recordings

    My Lonely World (Carl Edmondson)                                                             3

     

    Sources:

    1. http://cdbaby.com/cd/cedmondson
    2. http://www.cincypost.com/2004/07/29/bird072904.html

          

     

     

     



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