Blue Shadows

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"Blue Shadows"
Single by Lowell Fulson
B-side "Low Society Blues"
Released 1950 (1950)
Format 10" 78 rpm record
Recorded Los Angeles
1949–1950
Genre Blues
Length 02:49
Label Swing Time (Cat no. 226)
Writer(s) Lloyd Glenn
Lowell Fulson singles chronology
"Mama, Bring Your Clothes Back Home"/ "Cold Hearted Woman"
(1950)
"Blue Shadows"
(1950)
"Lonesome Christmas Part I"/ "Part II"
(1950)

"Blue Shadows" is a 1950 single by Lowell Fulson, featuring Lloyd Glenn at the "88". The single was Lowell Fulson's biggest hit on the R&B chart, hitting number one for one week.[1] The B-side, "Low Society Blues", peaked at number eight.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 220. 
Preceded by
"Blue Light Boogie" (Parts 1 &2) by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
Billboard Best Selling Retail Rhythm & Blues Records number-one single
October 28, 1950
Succeeded by
"Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere" by Joe Morris and His Orchestra featuring Laurie Tate