That's How Strong My Love Is

Banqueters playing Kottabos and girl playing the aulos. Greece (c. 420 BCE) Banqueting and music have continued to be two important entertainments since ancient times.

Song written by Roosevelt Jamison and first recorded in 1964 by deep soul singer O. V. Wright.

- That's How Strong My Love Is

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Roosevelt Jamison

American music manager, publicist and songwriter who worked in Memphis, Tennessee, during the 1960s.

Banqueters playing Kottabos and girl playing the aulos. Greece (c. 420 BCE) Banqueting and music have continued to be two important entertainments since ancient times.

His most notable composition was "That's How Strong My Love Is", first recorded by O.V. Wright and released on Quinton Claunch's Goldwax record label in 1964.

O. V. Wright

American singer who is generally regarded as a blues artist by African-American fans in the Deep South; he is also regarded as one of Southern soul's most authoritative and individual artists.

American blues singer Ma Rainey (1886–1939), the "Mother of the Blues"

His best known songs include "That's How Strong My Love Is" (1964), "You're Gonna Make Me Cry" (1965), "Nucleus of Soul" (1968), "A Nickel and a Nail" (1971), "I Can't Take It" (1971) and "Ace of Spades" (1971).

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Second studio album by American soul singer-songwriter Otis Redding, released in 1965.

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Sixth album by English rock band Humble Pie, released in 1973 through A&M Records.

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Eighth studio album by the New Zealand singer-songwriter Jon Stevens.

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