DID YOU EVER LOVE A WOMAN

Latest update on 20/12/2010

Artist: Gatemouth Moore
Author: Arnold Dwight Moore
Label: Chez Paree
Year: 1941

Chez Paree was a tiny Kansas City label. Recut it for National in '45. Later this blues singer moved to Memphis to become Mr. Beale Street and one of the first DJ's at WDIA. During a show in Chicago, out of the blue, he switched from blues to gospel never to look back again. Became a reverend in Yazoo City, MS and kept that office for more than half a century.

Covers:

1945:

Josh White

1949:

Charles Brown

1956:

B.B. King [credited to himself, another former DJ at WDIA]

1963:

Rufus Thomas [another WDIA DJ]

1980:

Lou Rawls

1983:

Deluxe Blues Band

1992:

Billy Branch

Not to be confused with Freddie King's Have You Ever Loved A Woman.

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