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Jimmy Castor (June 23, 1947 – January 16, 2012) was an American pop and funk musician. A master of novelty/disco funk, saxophonist Jimmy Castor started as a doo wop singer in New York. He wrote and recorded "I Promise to Remember" for Wing With the Juniors in 1956, a group whose roster included Al Casey Jr., Orton Graves, and Johnny Williams. Castor replaced Frankie Lymon in the Teenagers in 1957 before switching to sax in 1960. He appeared on several… read more

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  • Avatar for duendegris
    Just discovered him. Insanely good and underrated imho WOW
  • Avatar for pgjesper
    It's just begun, from start to finish one long journey of love to the music
  • Avatar for ericcca
    that's it man, that's it. The heaven now, have a pretty groove.
  • Avatar for cliffclavin
    the animal of funk. R.I.P.
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  • Avatar for xinty
    I first heard of the Jimmy Castor Band in the mid 70's, those days I would be dancing my socks off at Lacy Lady in Seven Kings... not anymore! Thank you Jimmy for the fond memories, fond memories. RIP
  • Avatar for jdotperiod
    Rest In Power Jimmy Castor
  • Avatar for Blue_Key
    Rest In Peace My Man.
  • Avatar for fleadilla
    RIP. Too many good times have been had with his music setting the tempo. Respect.
  • Avatar for szymon0501
    Jimmy was absolutely a great musician.

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