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Goin' Back to Memphis

Gene Simmons

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Album Review

16-song collection drawn from his mid-'60s singles, as well as three unissued cuts. Simmons is a decent singer and about half the material is strong, but the real stars of the album are the Hi session players, who lay down impeccable punchy, shuffling grooves. Besides "Haunted House," highlights include the rollicking "Ramblin' Man" and "Go on Shoes," which qualifies as one of the great hit-singles-that-never-was with its moody hooks and terrific soulful female backup vocals.

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Biography

Born: August 25, 1949 in Haifa, Israel

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Gene Simmons found fame as a blood-spurting, fire-breathing, bass-playing demon with Kiss, his early years were about as far removed as you can possibly get from the notorious heavy metal band. Born August 25, 1949, and named Chaim Witz, he and his mother left Israel by the late '50s, relocating to the United States (New York City, to be exact). Witz's name was then changed to Gene Klein, as he discovered comic books and rock & roll soon after (he was even being groomed to be a rabbi...
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