Earl Gaines

Born 19 August 1935. Died 31 December 2009
Earl Gaines
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1935-08-19
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Earl Gaines

Earl Gaines Biography (Wikipedia)

Earl Gaines, Jr. (August 19, 1935 – December 31, 2009) was an American soul blues and electric blues singer. Born in Decatur, Alabama, he sang lead vocals on the hit single "It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day)", credited to Louis Brooks and his Hi-Toppers, before undertaking a low-key solo career. In the latter capacity he had minor success with "The Best of Luck to You" (1966) and "Hymn Number 5" (1973). Noted as the best R&B singer from Nashville, Gaines was also known for his lengthy career.

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Earl Gaines
Turn On Your Lovelight
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The Best Of Luck To You
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The Best Of Luck To You
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Mercy On My Soul
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Mercy On My Soul
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24 Hours A Day
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24 Hours A Day
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Don't Take My Kindness For A Weakness
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