Eldridge Holmes (1942 – November 13, 1998) was a New Orleans singer who recorded throughout the 1960s and into the 1970s, primarily with producer Allen Toussaint. First recorded by Toussaint in a traditional New Orleans R&B style on Poor Me, Holmes progressed to soul and funk, occasionally achieving release on national labels, but never cracking the R&B charts. He seems to have stopped recording by the mid-70s. If I Were A Carpenter" c/w "No Substitute" (Deesu 303). Lovely Woman" c/w "What's Your Name" (Deesu 305). Pop Popcorn Children" c/w "Cheating Woman" (Atco 6701).
Artist: Eldridge Holmes. Album: New Orleans Funk 3. Release year: 2013. Download Eldridge Holmes - If I Were A Carpenter. New Orleans Funk 3: Best 2 songs. Tony Owens - Got A Get My Baby Back Home 02:33. Eldridge Holmes, Holmes - Cheatin' Woman Sehorn's Soul Farm - 50 New Orleans Soul Classics, 2012 03:56. Artist: Eldridge Holmes.
Eldridge Holmes - If I Were A Carpenter - Deesu: 303 DJ. 3,339 views. If I Were a Carpenter. Top Songs By Eldridge Holmes. 1. Pop, Popcorn Children. 2.
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|A||If I Were A Carpenter
Written-By – Tim Hardin
Written-By – Eldridge Holmes
- Producer – Toussaint*, Sehorn*
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|45-303||Eldridge Holmes||If I Were A Carpenter (7", Promo)||Deesu||45-303||US||1970|