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Saturday, November 07, 2009
JOE HICKS : Could It Be Love (1973)
Joe Hicks is a bluesy soul singer from San Francisco who was active from the mid-60s to the mid-70s. Most notably, he had two singles produced by Sly Stone around 1970. Stone's influence stayed with Joe Hicks, and he released just one LP afterwards for the Stax/Enterprise label. The album, encompassing soul, funk, and blues, was soon forgotten, and Hicks disappeared. This track is a sweet soul song with Hicks crooning away, and the band holding back the urge to play funky.
Song : "Could It Be Love" by Joe Hicks From the LP "MIGHTY JOE HICKS" (Enterprise) 1973