Don’t Freeze On Me

Don’t Freeze On Me is a humdinger of an R& B rocker from  L.A released in 1962. It is the flip side to a much more pedestrian tune “It Might As Well Be Spring ” from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “State Fair” which is not without it’s merits but pales in comparison to this belter. I know nothing at all about the singer Jessie Mae and with the voice that she ably demonstrates on both sides of this forty-five find it hard to believe that this is the only single she produced. But as is common in this sphere of music during the 60s that may be exactly what happened. Time and time again you find the same story,  somebody went  into a studio somewhere in the US cut a record and more often than not if it wasn’t picked up nationally went back to the day job. I suppose it would have been impossible for all of the records produced at this time to have been picked up and I doff my cap to the many crate diggers out there who continue to discover these gems.

Jessie Mae – Don’t Freeze On Me

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