George Scott (4) ‎– Find Someone To Love

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A1 Family Tree
Written-By – Jimmy Norman Scott*
2:14
A2 Let The Past Be The Past
Written-By – E. Lewis*, J. Lewis*, M. Farmer*
2:28
A3 My Neighborhood
Written-By – E. Lewis*, J. Lewis*, M. Farmer*
3:05
A4 This Aching Heart
Written By – R. Lewis
2:35
A5 Ooh Baby (I Love You)
Written-By – E. Lewis*, J. Lewis*, M. Farmer*
2:31
B1 Find Someone To Love
Written-By – J. Lewis*, J. Brantley*
2:45
B2 Why Is It Taking So Long
Written-By – E. Lewis*, J. Lewis*, M. Farmer*
2:58
B3 Sweetthang
Guitar [Uncredited] – Jimi HendrixHorns [Uncredited] – Lonnie YoungbloodWritten-By – B. Lamont*, J. Brantley*
2:47
B4 I'm A Fool For You
Written-By – E. Lewis*, J. Lewis*, M. Farmer*
2:28
B5 Nobody Can Save Me
Written-By – G. Perry*, Wicker*
2:42

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Moonsong13

Moonsong13

October 26, 2016
Thank you, been searching for "I'm a fool for you" for quite a while, now I know where it originates. Peter Thorp
bargainvinyl1

bargainvinyl1

October 26, 2014
The George Scott -lp featuring Jimi Hendrix features one of three so far discovered "original artist" -releases of the backing track best known as "Sweet Thang" (the other two were recorded by Billy LaMont & Lenny Howard, see the "Lonnie Youngblood backing tracks"). The backing track itself was recorded in New York City in 1966, when George Scott overdubbed his vocals is unknown.

Also included on the lp is "I'm a Fool For You" aka "It's Gonna Take A Lot To Bring Me Back" aka "Gonna Take A Lot". Again, the same backing track was used for another version by a different artist (an unknown female, possibly Gloria Barnes). The version with female vocals has been included on several compilation mostly featuring fake Hendrix recordings (see the "Lonnie Youngblood fakes") so Jimi's involvement remains a bit questionable. He might be playing on the track, the George Scott -version has the guitar part mixed much more upfront and now that it's more audible it does sound more like it could be Jimi but maybe a few good listens before making up our mind on this...
orcanaoftime

orcanaoftime

February 29, 2012
George Scott puts his vocals on a re-done version of Sweet Thang originaly recorded by singer Billy LaMont. Interesting to note that Jimi Hendrix plays the guitar on this track from 1966.