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Eddie Kirkland

Eddie Kirkland (Born August 16, 1923, In Jamaica, Died February 27, 2011 I N A Car Crash In Crystal River, Florida)

Toured As
A Member Of John Lee Hooker’s Band From 1949 Through To 1962 Playing As Second Guitarist.

Little Eddie Kirkland

RPM 367 - It’s Time For Lovin’ To Be Done / That's All Right - 1952

John Lee Hooker And "Little" Eddie Kirkland  

Modern 876 - It Hurts Me So / I Got My Eye On You - 1952

Eddie Kirkland

King 4659 - Time For My Lovin’ To Be Done / No Shoes – 1953
King 4680 - I Mistreated A Woman / Please Don't Think I'm Nosey 1953

Eddie Kirkland

Fortune 848 - I Miss You Baby / I Must Have Done Something Wrong – 1959

Eddie Kirk

Lu Pine 801 - Train Done Gone / I Tried - 1961

Eddie Kirkland With The King Curtis Band

Tru-Sound 409 - Something’s Gone Wrong With My Life / Train Done Gone - 1962

Eddie Kirk

Volt 106 - The Hawg Pt. I / The Hawg Pt. II - 1963
Volt 111 - Them Bones / I Found A Brand New Love – 1963

Eddie ‘Bluesman’ Kirkland

Prestige 45-316 - Have Mercy On Me / Chill Me Baby - 1964

Eddie Kirk

Hi Q 5041 - Every Hour, Every Minute /  Grunt – 1964
King 5895 - Let Me Walk With You / Monkey Tonight - 1964
King 5959 - Hog - Killin' Time / Treat Me The Way You Want Me – 1964

At This Point Eddie Kirk Became The Guitarist And Band Leader For Otis Redding Through To 1967.

Eddie Kirk

Fortune 5041 - Every Hour Every Day / The Grunt - 1968

Eddie Kirkland

Trix 4501 - Eddie’s Boogie Chillum / Lonesome Talkin’ Blues - 1970

Eddie ‘Bluesman’ Kirkland

Sunland 101 - Disco Mary / Pickin’ Up The Pieces 1983