Luther Dixon

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American songwriter, record producer, and singer. Dixon's songs achieved their greatest success in the 1950s and 60s, and were recorded by Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Jackson 5, B.B. King, Dusty Springfield, and others.
Born: August 7, 1931 in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A. - Died: October 22, 2009 in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A.
He co-wrote "Big Boss Man" with Al Smith; Willie Dixon is often miscredited instead because he played bass on the Jimmy Reed's recording.
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570X Love Is Strange / Ain't Got No Home — Luther Dixon Luther* and Little Eva (2) Luther* and Little Eva (2) - Love Is Strange / Ain't Got No Home (Single) King Records (3) 570X Canada 1957 Sell This Version
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1682 Feeling Of Love / Nobody But You — Luther Dixon Luther Dixon Feeling Of Love / Nobody But You (Single) Chess 1682 US 1958 Sell This Version
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CHESS-8558 Oh-Oh / Feeling Of Love — Luther Dixon Eddie Bo / Luther Dixon Eddie Bo / Luther Dixon - Oh-Oh / Feeling Of Love(7", RE, RP) Chess CHESS-8558 US Unknown Sell This Version