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Emily Smith (X) (1943–2013)

Emily Smith was born on August 13, 1943 in Sullivan, Indiana, USA. She is known for Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen (1971) and Leon Russell - Homewood Session (1970). She died on January 4, 2013 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. See full bio »


(age 69) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

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 1971 Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Documentary)
Self - Queen of the House (as Miss Emily Smith)
 1970 Leon Russell - Homewood Session (TV Special)

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A daughter of the late A. Ray Smith, who owned the former Tulsa Oilers baseball team, Smith moved to Tulsa in 1959. A onetime Tulsa nightclub owner and friend to many Tulsa Sound artists, Smith was the inspiration behind Leon Russell's song "Sweet Emily." Russell recalled how he came to write it while in the studio recording an album, and Emily was there visiting. "She had fallen asleep in the ... See more »

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