Tramp (Lowell Fulson song)

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Single by Lowell Fulson
from the album Tramp
B-side "Pico"
Released 1967 (1967)
Format 7" 45 rpm record
Recorded 1967 (1967)
Genre Blues
Length 03:04
Label Kent (Cat. no. 456)
Writer(s) Lowell Fulson, Jimmy McCracklin
Lowell Fulson singles chronology
"Black Nights"
"Make a Little Love"

"Tramp" is a soul blues song first recorded by Lowell Fulson in 1967. It was written by Fulson and Jimmy McCracklin. The song became a hit, reaching #5 in the Billboard R&B chart and #52 in the pop Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since the original recording, "Tramp" has been recorded by several R&B and other artists.

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Song by Otis Redding & Carla Thomas from the album King & Queen
Released 1967
Genre Soul
Length 3:03
Composer Lowell Fulson
Jimmy McCracklin
Language English


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