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Five Long Years" is a song written and recorded by blues vocalist/pianist Eddie Boyd in 1952. Called one of the "few postwar blues standards retained universal appeal", Boyd's "Five Long Years" reached number one on the Billboard R&B chart. Numerous blues and other artists have recorded interpretations of the song
Just better He went on to record for a series of smaller labels in the 1950s, but an automobile accident in 1957 affected his career. Boyd toured Europe with Buddy Guy's band in 1965 as part of the American Folk Blues Festival. He later toured and recorded with Fleetwood Mac and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers. Boyd died in 1994 in Helsinki, just a few months before Eric Clapton released the chart-topping blues album From the Cradle, which includes Boyd's "Five Long Years" and "Third Degree". Five Long Years (Fontana, 1966). Eddie Boyd and His Blues Band Featuring Peter Green (Decca, 1967). 7936 South Rhodes (Blue Horizon, 1968).
Boyd had two further hits for Chess in 1953, "24 Hours" and "Third Degree" (co-written by Willie Dixon), both of which reached number 3 on the R&B chart. He went on to record for a series of smaller labels in the 1950s, but an automobile accident in 1957 in which he was injured put his career on hold for a while. Boyd died in 1994 in Helsinki. A few months later Eric Clapton's chart-topping blues album From the Cradle, which includes interpretations of Boyd's "Five Long Years" and "Third Degree", was released.
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