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Profile: Jazz, soul, disco singer Born on 0. 1929 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, . 1997 in Hamilton, Bermuda. Brother of tenor sax player Red Prysock. Best known for his live shows and his baritone influenced by Billy Eckstine. Between 1944 - 1950 he was the main singer of Buddy Johnson's band. From 1952 he started a succesful recording career for Decca. In 1965 he recorded for Verve Records, his collabration with Count Basie.
Arthur Prysock (January 2, 1929 – June 7, 1997) was an American jazz singer best known for his live shows and his baritone influenced by Billy Eckstine.
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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 Johnson, who signed him as lead male vocalist and brought him to Harlem
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|A2||It's Too Late||3:13|
|A3||Close Your Eyes||2:26|
|A5||My Everlasting Love||2:20|
|A6||I Worry About You||2:10|
|B2||I've Got The Blues So Bad||3:16|
|B3||When I Fall In Love||3:16|
|B4||The More I See You||2:30|
|B5||I'll Follow You||2:28|
|B6||Who Can I Turn To?||2:33|
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