Paula Lockheart – Nov. 13, 1976

Paula LockheartPaula Lockheart is a terrific singer that came to us from New York City. She sang with a bluesy quality and had a great backup band including Bob Montalto, Peter Eklund, Mimi Hart, Bobby Kent, and Bill Mullins.

You’ve Been a Good Old Wagon Accentuate the Positive High Blood Pressure Don’t Deny His Name It Ain’t the End of the World Kiddio Night Life Ride, Ride, Ride That’s Why I Know Flip, Flop, Fly Take the A Train Ragtime Piano piece Louisiana Howling at the Moon Honky Tonk Blues Won’t You Lie Down by MeMy Dog Likes You Intro/I’m Ready Sweet Marijuana Brown Don’t You Leave me Here Mind Your Own Business He’s Got me Going Don’t Explain I Can Cook I Never Thought I’d See You Again It’s Hard to Find a Good Man in NYC Chant of the Weed Squatty Road Original Instrumental Carolina Rice I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate Quit Your Lowdown Ways I Will not be Your Fool Hard-hearted Hannah Last Night

2 thoughts on “Paula Lockheart – Nov. 13, 1976”

  1. Nice to find this on the internet. I used to play Paula on the radio back in the early 80s. She did 3 great albums for Flying Fish. Anyone know what she’s up to these days? Is she still around?

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