Holly Maxwell - Philly Barracuda download album
- Performer: Holly Maxwell
- Title: Philly Barracuda
- Genre: Funk & Soul
- Formats: AIFF WMA VOC MP3 AC3 DTS MP2
- Released: 1966
- Style: Soul
- MP3 album: 1697 mb
- FLAC album: 1396 mb
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She recorded singles under the name Holly Maxwell in the 1960s-1970s for the record labels Constellation, Curtis Mayfield’s Curtom Records, Smit-Whit, and Star. Her songs such as Only When You’re Lonely, One Thin Dime, Never Love Again, Suffer, Philly Barracuda were regional hits across the country. Blues superstar, Bobby Blue Bland covered one of her songs on his critically acclaimed album Come Fly With Me. In addition to singing soul, rock, jazz, country and blues, Holle also sings in French, German and Italian. Holle recorded with jazz great Jimmy Smith, and replaced Tina Turner in the Ike Turner’s band.
Maxwell moved to California in the '70s and worked with Ike Turner as Tina Turner 's fill-in. In California she owned a club and sang jazz, but by 1985 had resettled in Chicago. She never stopped performing, and was a regular at Maxwell's Cafe (no relation) in Paris, France; she has appeared with the Fins, Lee "Shot" Wiliams, Johnny Mars, and guitarist/singer Charles Love. She has also been a nightclub figure in London and other European countries.
Chicago soul vocalist Holly Maxwell started singing with the Tourjourettes while attending Parker High School; she studied classical music at Chicago Musical College in 1965 and never considered herself a soul singer. A deal with Constellation Records ended her schooling. The release of "Happiness . .She went with Star Records for at least two releases in 1966: the dancer "Philly Barracuda" and "Don't Say You Love Me Until You Do" b/w "Blueberry Hill. One single resulted from a deal with Curtom Records in 1969, "Suffer" b/w "No One Else. In addition to her solo gigs in Chicago clubs, Maxwell occasionally sang background for Barbara Acklin. In 1970, she cut a single for Smit-Whit Records: "Never Love Again" b/w "Winter Go Away. Maxwell moved to California in the '70s and worked with Ike Turner as Tina Turner's fill-in.
Holly Maxwell- Philly Barracuda/ II // STAR. Sandra Rhodes- Where's Your Love Been, No One Else Could Love You More // FANTASY. Erma Franklin- Time After Time/ Don't Wait Too Long // EPIC w/ PICTURE SLEEVE!
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- Published By – Special Agent
- Published By – Cragvee Music
- Arranged By, Conductor – Monk Higgins
- Producer – Special Agent Production
- Written-By – H. Maxwell*, M. Higgins*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 20085
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 20086