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Arthur Guillory (The Ascots)

February 19, 2019

Port Arthur natives, Arthur. C. Guillory, James Duhon and Talmadge Armstrong released some great music as the Ascots, earlier spelled as The Escotts.  Recording on local Texan labels Spindletop, American Playboy and latterly Crazy Cajun they are responsible for some very collectible soul sounds including the highly sought after ‘A Few Feet From The Gutter’

Group member Arthur Guillory chats with Ady about his life in music and exciting times working in Texas’ Golden Triangle and you can listen to their conversation here:

 

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