Jimmy dotson i wanna be good to you i used to be a loser



D otson's next venture was two 45s for the obscure Aar O Dot. This was essentially a vehicle for his aspirations as a singer songwriter. The first rate Linda has the feel of a high class demo and that is what  the Aar O Dot recordings may have been. Once again they demonstrated what a fine big voice Dotson possessed but in truth, 'Linda' aside the low tech production values failed to create much excitement in Baltimore or beyond.

T here was to be one final swansong when local promoter Rufus Mitchell issued Dotson’s version of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Think Of Me As Your Soldier’ on his Baltimore based Ru-Jac label. There is much to commend in the quality of the vocals and the effectiveness of the femme support but somehow the record fails to inspire. It quickly exited to the remainder racks before most people had heard it.


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