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Jimmy Liggins born James L. The son of Harriett and Elijah Elliott, he was born in Newby, OklahomaUnited States and adopted his stepfather's surname, Liggins, as a child. He fought under the name of Kid Zulu as a professional boxer until age 18, when he began as a driver for his brother Joe 's band, the Honeydrippers. Liggins started his own recording career as a singerguitarist, and leader of the Drops of Joy, on Art Rupe 's Specialty label in Recordings such as "Tear Drop Blues" and, later, "I Ain't Drunk"featuring leading saxophone players such as Maxwell Davismade him one of the most successful bandleaders in the jump blues period of the late s and early s.
Liggins left Specialty inrecording "I Ain't Drunk"later covered by Albert Collinsat Aladdinbefore fading from the scene. He 口笛に咲く花 (TK Original Mix) - Kiss Destination* - 口笛に咲く花 his own management and record company Duplex Records in Liggins died in Julyat the age of 64, in DurhamNorth Carolina.
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