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The Best of Arthur Prysock: The Milestone Years (Remastered)

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Fourteen digitally remastered diamonds cropped from Prysock's previous albums: Today's Love Songs Tomorrow's, This Guy's in Love With You, and Rockin' Good Way. Prysock's big, deliberate baritone/bass voice is a heart stopper. The only miscue, but nothing major, is his rendition of Solomon Burke's "Got to Get You off My Mind," where he seems uncomfortable with the blues arrangement and the simplistic lyrics. But "All My Lovin' Was in Vain," "Everything Must Change" (he wows you with the first note), "Good Rockin' Tonight," "I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone," all deserve encores. His incredible renditions of "It's All in the Game" and "Rainy Night in Georgia" proves beyond a doubt that Arthur Prysock was the man!

Biography

Born: 02 January 1929 in Spartanburg, SC

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Arthur Prysock was perfectly at home singing jazz, blues, or R&B, but his smooth-as-silk baritone made him a superbly effective (and underappreciated) pop crooner in the manner of his chief influence, Billy Eckstine. Prysock was born January 2, 1929, in Spartanburg, SC, and was the brother of saxophonist Red Prysock. As a teenager, he moved to Hartford, CT, where he worked in the aviation industry and sang with several small bands by night. He was discovered in 1944 by jump blues bandleader Buddy...
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