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Had any members of the late ’60s Stax community ever gone "unplugged," they might have sounded like Ted Hawkins. As raspy and soulful a tenor as they come, Hawkins was a busker from Venice Beach, CA, who remained largely undiscovered until just before his passing in 1994. This collection of solo recordings from between 1986 to 1989 also reveals his talents as a songwriter. He cries, moans and shouts his way through should-have-been classics like "Happy Hour" and "Dollar Tree," and offers two stellar versions of "Bring it On Home Daddy
Ted Hawkins (October 28, 1936 – January 1, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter born in Biloxi, Mississippi. He was an enigmatic figure for most of his career. He split his time between his adopted hometown of Venice Beach, California, where he was a mostly anonymous street performer, and Europe and Australia, where he and his songs were better known and well received in clubs and small concert halls.
The Kershaw Sessions is an album by Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians, comprising nineteen titles recorded live between 1985 and 1991. The album was released in 1994. The 'Kershaw' of the title refers to UK radio DJ Andy Kershaw, although not all of the sessions were recorded for his show. Two, "Brenda's Iron Sledge" and the ever-popular "Heaven", were in fact pulled from the group's much earlier live album Gotta Let This Hen Out. The Kershaw Sessions: Live at the BBC, an album by Ted Hawkins released in 2000, comprising titles recorded live 1986–1989. The Kershaw Sessions (Martin Carthy), an album by Martin Carthy released in 1994, comprising titles recorded live in 1987 and 1988. com/The Kershaw Sessions.
Ted Hawkins in a promotional photograph for his album The Next Hundred Years. Background information. Ted Hawkins (October 28, 1936 – January 1, 1995) was an American singer-songwriter Hawkins was an enigmatic figure through most of his career; he split his time between his adopted hometown of Venice Beach, California where he was a mostly anonymous street performer, and Europe, where he and his songs were better known and well received in clubs and small concert halls.
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|1||Bring It On Home Daddy|
|2||Cold & Bitter Tears|
|4||Ladder Of Success|
|5||Sorry You're Sick|
|7||All I Have To Offer You Is Me|
|8||Watch Your Step|
|10||I Got What I Wanted|
|11||Just One Look|
|12||Bring It On Home Daddy|
|14||I Started Loving You Again / All I Have To Offer You Is Me|
|15||Who Do You Love?|
|17||Ain't Got Nothing Yet|
|18||No Other Love For Me|
|19||Nowhere To Run|
|302 061 058 2||Ted Hawkins||The Kershaw Sessions (CD, Comp)||Fuel 2000||302 061 058 2||US||2000|
|CELCD 052||Ted Hawkins||The Kershaw Sessions (CD, Comp)||BBC RECORDS||CELCD 052||UK||2000|
|SFRSCD 013||Ted Hawkins||The Kershaw Sessions (CD, Album, Comp)||Strange Fruit||SFRSCD 013||UK||1997|