Carl Hall

Carl Hall

Carl Hall - an African-American singer, actor and musical arranger. A member of Raymond Raspberry's eponymous gospel group "The Raspberry Singers", recording on the US Savoy Records label, he performed in theatre for three decades, beginning with Tambourines to Glory in 1963. Beyond the Raspberry Singers, he recorded under the name Carl Henry Hall for Mercury Records, and cut the now much sought after tracks "You don't know nothing about love" / "Mean it baby" and "I don't wanna be your used to be" / "The dam busted" for the Warner Brothers subsidiary label Loma Records. He also appeared in the stage production of the musical The Wiz.

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