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Albert Leornes Greene was born on April 13th, 1946 in Forrest City, Arkansas. In high school, Al formed a vocal group called Al Greene & the Creations and two of the group’s members, Curtis Rodgers and Palmer James, formed an independent label called Hot Line Music Journal. In 1968, having changed their name to Al Greene & the Soul Mates, they recorded the song “Back Up Train”, releasing it on “Hot Line Music” records. The song was a hit and in 1969 he signed to “Hi” records, where he released many 45’s and albums and enjoyed great commercial success. “Don’t Leave Me” shares the same backing as the Northern classic “Sweet Sherry” and this disc from 1972 is in EXCELLENT condition, worth checking out the equally great flip!!