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Quinn Golden

b. Quinn Golden, 25th October 1954, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A.

d. 28th July 2003, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A.

Quinn Golden hailed from Memphis in Tennessee.

Son of Thomas and Bernice Glover-Golden, Quinn came to prominence, in the U.K., in 1990 via two 12" singles entitled 'I Can't Live Without You' and 'If You Don't Love Me'.

A subsequent album followed entitled 'I Am Serious About Your Love' for the Traction Records label, based in Jackson, Mississippi.

Originally, Quinn sang with the Elements of Love as a teenager.

In his early days he toured with several Stax Records artists, opening, on occasions, for the Barkays.

Quinn was an accomplished bass player who worked for Al Green and played for the group White Heat.

The group were later to become the band Switch, who, in turn, were, originally, produced by Jermaine Jackson.

Quinn had worked alongside many soul artists along with several rock performers including Bob Dylan and members of the Rolling Stones.

He stated 'Music is the only way to go in life. So live an exciting life'.

Quinn Golden died from a heart attack on the 28th July 2003 in a hospital in Memphis, Tennessee at the age of 48.

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I Am Serious About Your Love (Traction Records 1990)

Cover You with a Kiss (Ecko Records 1998)

What's the Name of That Thang (Ecko Records 1999)

A Little Sumpin' Sumpin' (Ecko Records 2001)

On Q (Ecko Records 2002)

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