Kip Anderson

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Decades: 1990s
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24 January 1938, Anderson, South Carolina, USA, d. 29 August 2007, Anderson, South Carolina, USA. A high quality soul singer whose limited output is legendary, particularly among lovers of the ‘deep’ style. Anderson’s first records came in the pre-soul era of 1959 with ‘The Home Fires Are Brighter After All’ for Derrick (leased to Vee-Jay Records), and ‘Till Your Love Is Mine’ for Sharp. A year later the dramatic early soul of ‘I Will Cry’ was released on Everlast. In the mid-60s, ‘That’s When The Crying Begins’ was Anderson’s sole ABC Records single, while ‘Here Am I’ appeared on Tomorrow. His marginally better-known material was issued on Checker Records in the second half of the decade. The first release was the southern country soul ‘Woman How Do You Make Me Love You’, leased from True Spot. Anderson’s next Checker release, ‘Without A Woman’, a Quin Ivy / Dan...

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