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Songwriting[edit] Blues for the King is a collection of songs written by Shelton Brooks for gospel groups, including The Famous Flames, The Soul Stirrers and The Joyful Gospel Singers. Awards[edit] Shelton Brooks was one of the original inductees of the Blues Hall of Fame, and was inducted posthumously in 2017, for his Blues and Gospel music. Biography[edit] Life and career[edit] In the 1940s, Shelton Brooks joined Earl Hines as a member of the Earl Hines All Stars.[4] In the 1950s, he performed with his own group, the Radio Stars.[5] Brooks also performed with guitarist, pianist and singer, Earl Hooker, in the early 1950s and in the 1960s.[5] In the early 1960s, Brooks also performed with guitarist, pianist and singer, Earl Hooker. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he performed with guitarist, pianist and vocalist, Robert Nighthawk.[5] In the early 1960s, Brooks composed the music and lyrics for the song, "I'm Gonna Hold On To My Baby",[6] which was written for The Roulette Brothers. Brooks also composed the music for the song, "Freight Train", which was recorded by Carl Perkins on his album, 'Go-Go Guitar'. Brooks played the guitar solo on that song.[7] Brooks was the featured blues singer on an April 1961 television special on London Weekend Television that aired in the United Kingdom.[8] The music was produced by London Records, which was a subsidiary of the American record label, Chess Records.[8] Brooks appeared in the debut episode of the television series, Blues, which aired on CBS on September 23, 1965. The program was presented by Quincy Jones, who was also the program's executive producer.[9] Brooks also appeared on the PBS television program, Soul!, which was broadcast on June 6, 1967, and June 13, 1967.[10] Brooks recorded two albums at Chess Records' studios in Chicago, Illinois. The first album, Left My Blues in San Francisco, was released in 1967.[11] The album features blues guitarists, including guitarist, Jimmy Rogers, saxophonist, Big Walter Horton, and pianist, John Lee Hooker.[12] Brooks toured with blues



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Buddy Guy Discography Torrent

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