Опубликовано: 7 февр. 2018 г. It's No Good for Me - Gene Chandler. It's No Good For Me - Original. Duke Of Earl - The Very Best Of The Vee-Jay Years.
Birds flying high You know how I feel Sun in the sky You know how I feel Breeze driftin' on by You know how I feel It's a new dawn It's a new day It's a new life For me And I'm feeling good I'm feeling good. Fish in the sea You know how I feel River running free You know how I feel Blossom on a tree You know how I feel It's a new dawn It's a new day It's a new life For me And I'm feeling good
Interpret: Gene Chandler. Album titlle: 20 Greatest Hits (CD). It's No Good For Me. 10. A Song Called Soul. Gene Chandler (with The Dukays). Had an East Coast record distributor not chosen a different song as a better bet for hitdom, The Dukays would have had a pop/R&B smash. Born July 7, 1937 and raised on Chicago's South Side, he formed The Gaytones at Englewood High but left to join The Dukays, assembled in 1957 by second tenor Ben Broyles, baritone Earl Edwards, and bass Motee Thurston.
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For Gene Chandler's third Brunswick LP, there are a few of the usual evocative soul showcases: "Can I Change My Mind?," "Familiar Footsteps," and "If You Would Love M. The balance of The Two Sides of Gene Chandler presents him as a '60s pop standard bearer, covering hits from the canon like "This Guy's in Love With You," "Eleanor Rigby," Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey," Dinah Washington's "This Bitter Earth," and the Tin Pan Alley chestnut "Yesterdays.
This article is about the singer. For the New Hampshire state representative, see Gene G. Chandler. Meanwhile, Davis and Sheppard shopped the "Duke of Earl" recording to Vee-Jay Records company, which released it in 1962 by Dixon as a solo artist with the name "Gene Chandler". Duke of Earl" sold a million copies in a little more than a month, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. After spending three weeks at number one on the Billboard charts, Chandler purchased a cape, monocle, cane, and top hat and advertised himself as "The Duke of Earl". Later that year, Chandler recorded the album Gene and Jerry: One on One, with another major Chicago artist, Jerry Butler. He also sang with The Impressions and Curtis Mayfield on the live album Curtis in Chicago (1973).