Freddie Robinson

Fred Leroy Robinson

Also known as F. Robinson, Fred L. Robinson, Fred Robinson, Freddy, Freddy (Creeper) Robinson, Freddy Robinson, Freddy Robinson Orchestra, Robinson
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://wirz.de/music/talibfrm.htm

Discography of Freddie Robinson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Oogum Boogum Song / Black Fox 2 Audio 1969 World Pacific Jazz
2 The Creeper / Go-Go Girl 2 Audio 1966 Checker
3 The Coming Atlantis 8 Audio 1969 Liberty
4 At The Drive-In 8 Audio 1972 Stax
5 The Oogum Boogum Song / Black Fox 2 Audio 1969 World Pacific Jazz
6 Stone Stallion / Carmalita 2 Audio 1971 Liberty
7 The Coming Atlantis 8 Audio 1969 World Pacific Jazz
8 Jazz 6 Audio 1974 Mainstream Records
9 Black Fox 8 Audio 1969 World Pacific Jazz
10 The Oogum Boogum Song / Black Fox 2 Audio 1969 World Pacific Jazz
11 Jazz 4 Audio 1974 Mainstream Records
12 Off The Cuff 11 Audio 1973 Enterprise
13 Off The Cuff 11 Audio 1973 Enterprise
14 I Likes Yah 2 Audio 1968 Cobblestone
15 Bluesology 20 Audio 1999 Ace
16 I Likes Yah 2 Audio 1968 Cobblestone
17 Stone Stallion 4 Audio 1971 Liberty


Born: 24th February 1939 Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Died: 8th October 2009 Lancaster, California, USA

American, guitarist, bassist and singer. Not to be confused with the trombonist, [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Fred+Robinson]Fred Robinson[/url].

Worked with [a=Howlin' Wolf], [a=Jerry Butler], [a=Ray Charles] and [a=John Mayall] and collaborated over the years with [a=Monk Higgins]. Converted to Islam in 1975 and became Abu Talib in 1978 for a few years.


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