Classic Records were a subsiduary of Ram-Brock Records.
Cat. Number Artist A-Side/B-Side Mattrix Date
3001 Joe L (I'm Not Gonna Be) Worried 3001 A 1968
. Please Mr. Forman 3001 B 1968
    Joe L. Carter, moved to Detroit in 1948 at the age of nine and started his musical career at 12.. In 1964, Joe L. took at job at the Ford Rouge Assembly Plant. It was Joe L.’s experience in the auto plant that inspired him to write his famous blues song, Please Mr. Foreman in 1968. Please Mr. Foreman became the unofficial anthem of factory workers and agricultural workers who identified with the song’s powerful and poignant lyrics. Joe L. has performed artists such as Bo-Bo Jenkins, Little Sony, Joe Weaver, BB King, Muddy Waters, Little Milton and John Lee Hooker, to name a few. J In 2007 Joe L. recorded the theme song to the documentary, The Water Front, after learning how so many poor people were affected by water policies in Highland Park, Michigan. Please Mr. Waterman is his dedication to the people in Highland Park and the individuals fighting to defend the rights of the poor and water as a human right.
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