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  1. By the time Jimmy Castor released his debut album for Atlantic Records, it was no wonder that his aptly descriptive nickname could no longer be kept a secret. “The Everything Man” LP was released, and through Jimmy’s obvious talent as master of all trades, The E-Man and The Bunch justly enjoyed a victory in obtaining Record World’s.
  2. Explore releases from Jimmy Castor at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Jimmy Castor at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore Jimmy Castor: The Jimmy Castor Story "From The Roots" 2 versions: Paul Winley Records Paul Winley Records: LP US: Sell This Version: 2 versions: SD Jimmy Castor (The.
  3. Jimmy Castor: Jimmy Castor (The Everything Man) & The Jimmy Castor Bunch (LP, Vinyl record album).
  4. Before the Jimmy Castor Bunch produced the hit "Troglodyte (Caveman)," the Jimmy Castor Group struggled to find a following in the dancehalls of N.Y.C. Given their initial big break by Paul Winley, Castor and his band performed in social clubs and the occasional gig at the Audubon Ballroom, mixing their personal brand of soul/rhythm & blues with jazz horn charts and female backup singers.6/
  5. Feb 08,  · Jimmy Castor; Album Story from the Roots; Licensed to YouTube by A Whiter Shade of Pale-Jimmy Castor Bunch(Blanca Palidez) - Duration: sylvana ingles 17, views.
  6. Dec 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jimmy Castor - Hangin' out YouTube Jimmy Castor Bunch - You Make Me Feel Brand - Duration: elburrovengador 31, views.
  7. Castor was born on January 23, , Early in his career he was a member of the famous doo-wop group The Teenagers. Later he created Jimmy and the Juniors. In late he released "Hey Leroy, Your Mama's Callin' You". As solo artist and leader of The Jimmy Castor Bunch (TJCB) in the s, Castor released several successful albums and singles.
  8. Listen free to Jimmy Castor – The Jimmy Castor Story: From the Roots. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at
  9. Jimmy "Everything Man" Castor spent the '70s merging funk, soul, Latin rhythms and Hendrix metal better than anybody else in the history of the universe. And, as if that's not cool enough, he was also hilariously fond of songs about Neanderthals, King Kong, Dracula, Southern-fried frijoles, and a kid named Leroy whose dad was the Creature from.

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