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  • Feb 26, 1973
    Leon Russell begins recording a country album in Nashville under a pseudonym, "Hank Wilson's Back, Vol. I." Cut in three days, the album yields two singles: "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms" and "A Six Pack To Go"
    Aug 6, 1973
    Shelter releases Leon Russell's first country single, "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms," under the pseudonym Hank Wilson. It doesn't become a hit, but Russell is destined for chart-topping success six years later with Willie Nelson on "Heartbreak Hotel"
    Aug 31, 1973
    Shelter releases Leon Russell's first country album, "Hank Wilson's Back Vol. I." The disc includes remakes of "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms," "A Six Pack To Go," "In The Jailhouse Now," "Uncle Pen" and "Lost Highway," among others

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