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Top Lloyd Price Albums
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Lloyd Swings for Sammy
Lloyd Swings for Sammy
[2015]
Rock n'  Roll Masters: Lloyd Price
Rock n' Roll Masters: Lloyd Price
[2014]
Sings the Million Sellers + the Fantastic Lloyd Price (Bonus Track Version)
Sings the Million Sellers + the Fantastic Lloyd Price (Bonus Track Version)
[2012]
I'm Feeling Good!
I'm Feeling Good!
[2012]
The Classic Years
The Classic Years
[2012]
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
[2011]
Lloyd Price: Take Ten
Lloyd Price: Take Ten
[2010]
Debut Recordings
Debut Recordings
[2010]
Lloyd Price: Legends
Lloyd Price: Legends
[2009]
Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Version)
Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Version)
[2009]
20 Great Oldies
20 Great Oldies
[2009]
Send Me Some Lovin'
Send Me Some Lovin'
[2009]
American Legend: Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Versions)
American Legend: Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2008]
'60s Soul Sessions (Re-Recorded Versions)
'60s Soul Sessions (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2007]
Where Were You On Your Wedding Day (Re-Recorded Versions)
Where Were You On Your Wedding Day (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2007]
Specialty Profiles: Lloyd Price
Specialty Profiles: Lloyd Price
[2006]
Lloyd Price's Where Were You On Your Wedding Day (Re-Recorded Versions)
Lloyd Price's Where Were You On Your Wedding Day (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2006]
The Great Lloyd Price
The Great Lloyd Price
[2006]
Golden Legends: Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Versions)
Golden Legends: Lloyd Price (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2005]
Stagger Lee
Stagger Lee
[1998]
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Related Information for Lloyd Price Lloyd Price (born 9 March 1933 in Kenner, Louisiana) was a soul music star and early rock and roll pioneer who had a big hit with “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”, a track he wrote (featuring Fats Domino on piano) that topped the R&B charts for seven weeks in 1952. Staying with Specialty Records, Price then released "Oooh, Oooh, Oooh", "Restless Heart", "Tell Me Pretty Baby" and "Ain't It a Shame". He was then drafted and ended up in Korea from 195.. read more