Eskew Reeder Jr.

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Eskew Reeder Jr.
His first and most known performance name was Esquerita.
Other performance names (according to the singles below):
- Eskew Reeder:
Green Door/I Waited Too Long (Minit #648) (1962)
Never Again/We Had Love (Minit #658) (1962)
A Tear/Johnny Little (Everest #2025) (1963)
- Eskew Reeder Jr.:
The Flu/Undivided Love (Instant # 3258) (1963)
I Woke Up This Morning/I Woke Up This Morning Part Two (Instant #3268) (1963)
- S.Q. Reeder:
I Want To Know/Just In Time (Okeh #7239) (1966)
Tell The World About You/Two Ton Tessie (Okeh #7254) (1966)
- Eskew "Esque-Rita" Reeder:
Dew Drop Inn/You Better Believe In Me (Cross-Tone #1007) (1967)
- Magnificient Malochi:
Mama Your Daddy's Come Home/As Time Goes By (Brunswick #55359) (4/1968)

Capitol Records released the LP "Esquerita" in 1959, his only album in the traditional sense (that is, not a compilation of earlier singles, or re-issues).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esquerita

Annotation last modified on 2011-11-20 06:18 UTC.

Also performs as: Esquerita, Magnificent Malochi, S.Q. Reeder

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1990 I Never Danced Nowhere! Eskew Reeder 1

Single

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1962 Green Door / I Waited Too Long Eskew Reeder 1
1962 Never Again / We Had Love Eskew Reeder 1
1963 A Tear / Johnny Little Eskew Reeder 1
1967 Dew Drop Inn / You Better Believe In Me Eskew "Esque-Rita" Reeder 1

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