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Jimmy johnson and his band featuring hank alexander dont answer the door


Johnson had sold his soul for success, see, or at least that's how he saw it standing by that casket last December, in the embrace of his sons, reexamining his own life. The boys told him in the church, and on a teary plane ride home, and in subsequent weeks by phone, that he had been a loving father, a man of whom they were proud. But this was the trade a depressed Johnson felt he had made: He hadn't been a good father or good son or good husband because he'd been too consumed with being a good coach. Johnson had always prided himself on being a football-first mercenary who didn't celebrate Christmas or birthdays, didn't care to see his sons grow up and even waived his first wife. That kind of coldness made him a champion in football. It didn't help him much at his mother's funeral.

By the 1950s, Reed had established himself as a popular musician. He joined the Gary Kings with John Brim and played on the street with Willie Joe Duncan. Reed failed to gain a recording contract with Chess Records but signed with Vee-Jay Records through Brim's drummer, Albert King . At Vee-Jay, Reed began playing again with Eddie Taylor and soon released "You Don't Have to Go", his first hit record. This was followed by a long string of hits.


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