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  • Grojin
    17.02.2020 at 14:43
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    Charles continued to compose and record (he was based out of Woodstock, New York for a time), and in the s, he recorded a duet of "Walking to New Orleans" with Domino. Honors [ edit ] In September , the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame honored Charles for . Reply
  • Femuro
    14.02.2020 at 23:33
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    Bobby Charles's albums: Listen to albums by Bobby Charles on Myspace, Time Will Tell. Bobby Charles. Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey. Bobby Charles. Ain't Got No Home. Bobby Charles. Later Alligator (See You Later, Alligator) Bobby Charles. Bobby Charles . Reply
  • Mikadal
    15.02.2020 at 22:49
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    Bobby Charles See You Later, Alligator. Late at night after a gig in Abbeville, Louisiana a local white R&B band named the Clippers stopped at the Ol' Midway, a local hour restaurant. Finishing his meal, lead singer Bobby Guidry was leaving with the guitarist, who was driving him home. Reply
  • Dukazahn
    18.02.2020 at 20:53
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    After hearing the single version of "See You Later, Alligator," Chess signed Guidry (by some accounts, not realizing he was a white Cajun) and soon shortened his name to the less regional Bobby Charles. Chess released "See You Later, Alligator" as Charles' debut single in , and he toured behind it after graduating from high school. Reply
  • Tumuro
    15.02.2020 at 05:19
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  • Grorr
    18.02.2020 at 05:55
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    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bobby Charles - See You Later Alligator - Chess & Imperial Records at Discogs. Complete your Bobby Charles . Reply
  • Taulmaran
    15.02.2020 at 13:29
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    "See You Later, Alligator" is a s rock and roll song written and first recorded by American singer-songwriter Bobby Charles. The song was a Top Ten hit for Bill Genre: Rock and roll. Reply
  • Dujas
    21.02.2020 at 00:50
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    Jun 08,  · More By Bobby Charles See All. Bobby Charles (Bonus Track Version) Timeless Homemade Songs Only Time Will Tell See You Later, Alligator Forever and a Day You May Also Like See All. Let Life Flow Kenny Neal Early American Cajun Music: Classic Recordings From the 's. Reply

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