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Dee Dee Ford
Dee Dee (*1936 in Minden, LA) was a R&B singer, organist, and songwriter. She had lived in Newark, NJ, and sang and played organ in church. She teamed up with Don Gardner on the top-20 single "I Need Your Lovin'" in 1962 and wrote "Let Me Down Easy" three years later using her real name Wrecia Holloway. Dee Dee died in 1972.


Rhythm & Blues Dance Party
Sonet SLP 47
released 1965
recorded live 12 August 1965 at the "Dans In" in Stockholm/Sweden
Don Gardner, drums, vocals
Jimmy Ricks, alto sax, tenor sax
Bill Leslie, tenor sax
Nat Stokes, guitar
Dee Dee Ford, organ, vocals
Beverly Glenn, vocals

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