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Naturally, The Rolling Stones connection to SugarHill started with a song . In 1964 the band covered “Oh Baby (We’ve Got A Good Thing Goin’)” on their album Rolling Stones Now!. The song was penned Barbara Lynn whose hit “You’ll Lose A Good Thing” was produced by SugarHill’s Huey Meaux and topped the Billboard charts […]
In mid-1963, Arnett Cobb, considered the father of the Texas tenor saxophone sound, recorded an unreleased album with another saxophone giant of the jazz world, Don Wilkerson. The masters of the recording were lost and were only recently discovered in the Gold Star/SugarHill vault in 1998!