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Curtis Knight and HalfPast Midnight - "Mean Green" live at the Rocknacht Groesbeek, november 1995, Met Curtis Knight vocals, Rob Orlemans Vocals/Guitar.
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Curtis Knight (May 9, 1929 – November 29, 1999), born Mont Curtis McNear, was an American musician who is known for his connection to Jimi Hendrix. Knight was a singer in the 1960s Harlem R&B music scene, usually fronting his own band, the Squires. In 1965, with Hendrix as guitarist, he recorded some singles and demos for record producer Ed Chalpin.
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He had pawned his guitar and was living in a New York City hotel, which is where he met Curtis Knight, a soul singer who worked the local Harlem circuit with his band the Squires. Knight gave Hendrix a spare six-string and brought him into the Squires, where he was soon ushered into the studio to record the single "How Would You Feel. There, Jimi met record man Ed Chalpin, who insisted Hendrix sign a record contract prior to the start of the session
By this point Knight was based in London where he led a new group, Curtis Knight & Zeus. This band comprised Eddie Clarke (guitar; later in Motörhead), Nicky Hogarth (keyboards), John Weir (bass) and Chris Perry (drums). They completed two albums, but only one was issued in the UK. The singer undertook a European tour and recorded an unremarkable album before returning to the US. .
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Band's List Psychedelic Rock Jimi Hendrix Jimi Hendrix with Curtis Knight. Labels Music For Pleasure (MFP). Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album7. 1. How Would You Feel.
Listen to albums and songs from Curtis Knight. You Can't Use My Name. Down in the Village (Remastered).
|1||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Your Place Or Mine|
|2||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Don't Accuse Me|
|3||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Going Down|
|4||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Mean Green|
|5||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Strange Things|
|6||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Stone Free|
|7||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Red House|
|8||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||Back In The Hole|
|9||–Curtis Knight, Rob Orlemans, Tenny Tahamata, Yuri Yeryomin||How Would You Feel|
- Remastered At – Ballyhoo Studio Mastering
- Pressed By – Deepgrooves
- Designed At – Deepgrooves
- Graphic Design, Reissue Producer – Robert Wiersum
- Remastered By – Johanz Westerman
- Restoration – Johanz Westerman
NotesRecorded at the Sing Sing Studio, the Netherlands, may 1995
Curtis Knight - Lead Vocals, Cow Bell On Stone Free
Rob Orlemans - Guitars, Background Vocals, Mouth Harp, Organ
Tenny Tahamata - Bass Guitar, Background Vocals
Yuri Yeryomin - Drums, Background Vocals
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