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Written by Kay Rogers, Luther Dixon, & Bob Elgin, produced by Snuff Garrett, and recorded by Gene McDaniels for Liberty Records, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay".
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Blue Monday" is a song originally written by Dave Bartholomew, first recorded in 1953 by Smiley Lewis and issued as a single, in January 1954, on Imperial Records (catalog 5268). The single, with a slow-rocking beat, features an instrumental electric guitar solo by Lewis.
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A Hundred Pounds Of Clay Gene McDaniels Highest chart position 3 in 1961 Written by Bob Elgin, Luther Dixon, and Kay Roger
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Built around his first hit, A Hundred Pounds of Clay ought to be a major part of the Gene McDaniels album library. The fact that it isn't is a statement of its poorly focused nature, in terms of this artist, and the latter can be attributed to an error - though an understandable one at the time - in judgment. McDaniels never liked the song, feeling it was too pop and mainstream, but it was his breakthrough, and a monster seller in the bargain, and producer Snuff Garrett, quite reasonably, chose to push his artist further in that direction
A Hundred Pounds of Clay. Artist: Gene McDaniels. Album: Hit After Hit, 1962. Written by Kay Rogers, Luther Dixon, & Bob Elgin, produced by Snuff Garrett, and recorded by Gene McDaniels for Liberty Records, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" (Liberty 55308) was released in March of 1961. The song entered the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 on April 17 of that year and peaked in the position on May 8, 1961. In the Top 10 for 8 weeks, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" finished the year in the spot on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1961 chart.
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