Leroy Hutson

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One of the most underrated soul producers of the '70s, multi-talented producer/singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Leroy Hutson began his career in various vocal groups around his hometown of Newark, NJ, in the '60s, but saw his early success as a co-writer for Howard University roommate Donny Hathaway's 1970 hit single "The Ghetto." Hutson would later replace Curtis Mayfield in 1971 as the lead singer in the Impressions and stayed with them until 1973, when he followed in Mayfield's footsteps and launched his own solo career. Read more on Last.fm

Leroy Hutson
Paradise
Album (1982)
Leroy Hutson
Closer to the Source
Album (1978)
Leroy Hutson
Hutson II
Album (1976)
Leroy Hutson
Feel the Spirit
Album (1976)
Leroy Hutson
Hutson
Album (1975)
Leroy Hutson
The Man!
Album (1974)
Leroy Hutson
Love Oh Love
Album (1973)