High Class Woman
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Two raucous, stomping bar-room bawlers here from obscure blues shouter Hubert Robinson of Houston, Texas, singing over a really hot backing group playing it pretty loose with twanging bass, a head-nodding beat and honking horn eruptions!
Robinson's brief recording career began in 1947 as featured vocalist with sax-man Curtis Amy. From there, Robinson moved on to feature with a couple of other orchestra's before releasing two 78's for the husband and wife owned local Houston stable Macy's. We've picked the best of those two releases for this pairing, first time ever on 45rpm vinyl with label artwork which lovingly restores the original Macy's design!