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Show Love

by James Payne

Southern soul music at it's best mix with blues vocals plus R & B
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Fat Woman
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2. Fat Woman/Sax
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3. Hold On
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4:26 $0.99
4. Hold On /Sax
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5. I'm a fool
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6. Party Over Here
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7. Show Love
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8. Stop Playing Games
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9. Treat her Right
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10. Treat her Right/Sax
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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JAMES PAYNE BIOGRAPHY


The James Payne story begins in Theoddore, Alabama were

at the age of 9 his father handed him his first bass guitar

that he started fumbling with.

Later that same year his father handed him his first alto

saxophone that he started playing in middle school.

Hewent on to perform in the high school chorus, and

then went on to perform at church with a great singer name

Tawanna Black, who is unknow to most of the public.

In 1982 Little Milton called him Little Luther Vandross

of Mobile, Alabama.

He came up singing gospel at the age of 13 with a small

group called The Sensational Five and with them traveled to

citirs in the midwest: like Detroit, Michigan and Chicago,

Illinois, jest to mention a few.

Then he moved on to other groups like the Perryman

Brother, Sunset Jubilee, and the Mobile soul stirrers along

with Singing Sons, all of which where from Mobile, Alabama;

and also The Dynamic Couselors of Detroit, Michigan.

In 1984 he started a group called U-Can't Touch This

out of Pensacola, Florida, and then later moved to Mobile,

Alabama and started performing with Apollo Blues Band of

Mobile. Helater moved on to perform with a very outstanding

group know to the public as The Fabulous Tip Top, also of

Mobile, Alabama.

By 1999 after leaving this group, he started touring

with Blues Unlimited that was founded by James Payne and

Clay Knight while on the road touring with his good friend

Mr.David Brinston.

By 2001 at this time he was a artist of Mr. Tee Record

Company, performing with his own band know to the public as

Justice Show Band. He then journeyed on to Jacksonville,

Florida and started recording in 2001 his first hit single,

Fat Woman and Treat Her Right. Mr. Tee Records pick these

recording, and Ground Up Records in Richmond, California

arranged the music. And then went on to release a full-

length CD.

This singer sum up his prodigious accomplishment by

saying I've been heavily inspired by great singers of the

world like Johnny Taylor, Little Milton Campbell,and Marvin

Sease. But mostly by my admired cousin Mr. Rev. Williuams

Parrish of Theodore, Alabama.


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