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8 Responses to Ive Been Away Too Long - Chuck Willis - My Story (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jujora says:
    Song information for I've Been Away Too Long - Chuck Willis on AllMusic.
  2. Nakasa says:
    chuck willis, 2 mint vinyl lp's: i remember chuck willis; king of the stroll Favourite Auctions.
  3. Tojara says:
    Apr 20,  · Chuck Willis' brief career, - spanned both jump and R&B and he has generally received less than the credit he deserves. Fortunately his music and his songs remain to tell his story. He was a breakthrough pioneer who, after a few years of regular appearance on the R&B charts, had several huge 'crossover' hits/5(12).
  4. Vobei says:
    You make my darkness (you make my darkness) So much lighter (so much lighter) You make my whole life (you make my life) A wonderful life (wonderful life) To be living (wonderful) (Wonderful, wonderful life) I must have been out of my head When I said I loved someone else Oh, baby, I wish I could live One million years And love you all by myself.
  5. Kazrakora says:
    Harold "Chuck" Willis (January 31, – April 10, ) was an American blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll singer and songwriter. His biggest hits, "C. C. Rider" () and "What Am I Living For" (), both reached No.1 on the Billboard R&B thalmauversipetciolisginghadifdito.coinfo was known as The King of the Stroll for his performance of the s dance the stroll.
  6. Mezijas says:
    Later that month, Okeh released "I've Been Away Too Long", backed with "Give And Take". "I've Been Away Too Long" was a spotlight item in the December 4 Billboard: "Chuck Willis sings this one with all the feeling he has and so smoothly that it could become a juke box favorite." The actual ratings came the following week (December 11): "I've.
  7. Kagaramar says:
    Dec 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - I'VE BEEN AWAY TOO LONG ☆☆☆☆☆ GEORGE BAKER SELECTION with LYRICS YouTube WE DON'T HAVE TO SAY THE WORDS ♡♡♡♡♡ Gerard Joling - .
  8. Goltigore says:
    Not as exhaustive as Legacy's subsequent look at Willis' early- to mid-'50s hitmaking stint at OKeh, but this tracker still gets the job done with the smooth ballads "Going to the River," "Don't Deceive Me," and "My Story" and Willis' surging, Latin-tempoed original "I Feel So Bad.".

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