Richard Caiton “You Look Like a Flower” (1964)

If Doowop is your nostalgic journey, accept this invite and listen to a ballad which is so reminiscent of the rhythmic, doowop, street-sound era.

In the 1960s and 1970s, Richard Caiton recorded a small clutch of deep soul classics. His recordings are revered in Europe and Japan where a copy of one of his 45s can fetch over $1,000. Born in New Orleans in 1944, Caiton grew up near the St. Bernard projects and first sang at the local Baptist church.

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