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Born: 1942/06/13
Birth Place: Coahoma, Mississippi, USA
Died: 2001/01/07
Years Active: 1966-1980s
Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Soul

James Carr (June 13, 1942 - January 7, 2001), was an American Rhythm & Blues and soul singer. Born to a Baptist preacher's family in Coahoma, Mississippi, Carr began singing in church and was performing in gospel groups and making tables on an assembly line in Memphis, Tennessee, when he began recording in the mid-'60s for Goldwax Records, a small Memphis based label. Carr first made the R&B charts in 1966 with "You've Got My Mind Messed Up", followed by his most famous song "The Dark End of the Street", written by Dan Penn and Chips Moman. Carr continued to record for Goldwax until the label closed in 1969 but failed to reach the same heights with his subsequent releases. Carr suff... Continue Bio >>


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