Weldon cut her first LPs, Right On and Chilly Wind, for Mainstream over 1970-1971; despite an overall soul flavor, she received significant support from members of the Jazz Crusaders, among others. Weldon next turned up on the Monument label with 1974’s Some Singin‘, a Southern-style country-soul outing that nonetheless bore the hallmark of Weldon’s innate sophistication. It became her biggest seller, climbing into the Top 50 on the R&B album charts. She followed it in 1975 with Alone on My Own, but concentrated much less on recording in the years to come .
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Biography by Steve Huey. One of those endlessly versatile vocalists who eventually earn the tag "song stylist," Maxine Weldon is equally at home singing soul, jazz, or blues, and often blurs the lines between all of them. Weldo. ead Full Biography. Maxine Weldon. See Full Discography.
Maxine Weldon is an American soul and jazz singer. She is also an actress and live performer. Weldon recorded two full-lengths in 1970-71, with members of The Jazz Crusaders playing as session musicians on the album. She followed these with Some Singin in 1974, which became her best-selling record, reaching on the Billboard R&B albums chart. Her last full-length was issued in 1975.
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Weldon cut her first LPs, Right On and Chilly Wind, for Mainstream over 1970-1971; despite an overall . . Weldon remained active, though, performing regularly over the next several decades. She was a cast member of the Broadway show Black and Blue, touring with the European production from 1995-1997, and subsequently put together a revue called "Wild Women Blues" with singer Linda Hopkins.