Lawdy Miss Clawdy is the second single from the album Blues Roots. It’s a cover from Lloyd Price, originally released in 1952. The single features different b-side tracks in Europe and America.
Producer: Ike Turner, Gerhard Augustin
Release: July 1972
Label: United Artists
Format: 7“ Vinyl
Album: Blues Roots
Blues & Soul - August 25, 1972
Ike with no Tina as he steams into a rousing and bluesy recitation of the old Lloyd Price BIues classic „Lawdy Miss Clawdy.“ It might serve for a lightning taster for his solo „Blues Roots“ album and it's certainly a well made record but I can't really imagine too many people rushing out to buy it. The b-side features Ike on another cut from the album and their resident backing band, the Family Vibes, on one of the least distinctive tracks from their own excellent album, simple entitled „Family Vibes“.