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Published 22.08.2019 by

Rhyme Song - Brook Benton / Bo Diddley - Brook Benton / Bo Diddley (Cassette)




  1. Zulukus said:
    September Song By Brook Benton by texpaco. Brook Benton - The Boll Weevil Song by JohnTwoB1b. [Deleted video] [Deleted video] [Deleted video] Brook Benton - With All Of My Heart. by ame [Deleted video] Brook Benton - Nothing Can Take the Place of You () by VinylFullofSoul.
  2. Garisar said:
    Oct 19,  · Brook Benton was a very popular soul singer in the early 60's and sold many, many records for the Mercury label. He had a voice that had a very wide appeal and was also a talented songwriter. Brook had a certain warmth in his voice that attracted a wide variety of listeners. He sang ballads that led to comparisons between Brook and such.
  3. Gokree said:
    Brook Benton himself had over fifty hits on the charts to his credit; in fact, he averaged three Top hits per year from to If anyone could spin cotton-bug into gold, it was him. The boll weevil is an ugly little black bug which migrated from Mexico at the start of the 20th century to ravage cotton crops of the American South.
  4. Zulull said:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Brook Benton / Bo Diddley - Brook Benton / Bo Diddley at Discogs. Complete your Brook Benton / Bo Diddley /5(11).
  5. Kagataur said:
    Brook Benton recorded almost all of his hits for Mercury Records between and He then signed to RCA Victor, apparently with the intention of moving from the singles charts to the LP charts and becoming what they used to call an "all-around entertainer.".
  6. Doumuro said:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Incomparable Brook Benton on Discogs.
  7. Vukasa said:
    Singer/songwriter Brook Benton was born Benjamin Franklin Peay on September 19, , in Camden, South Carolina. He became a gospel singer at a young age and was a member of the Camden Jubilee Singers. Benton moved to New York City at age 17 in to try his luck as a songwriter.
  8. Tojabei said:
    La grande storia del rock 54, a Compilation of songs by Brook Benton / Bo Diddley. Released in on Armando Curcio (catalog no. GSR; Vinyl 12").
  9. Tauk said:
    Vocally, Brook Benton had everything. He possessed a rich, soulful, earthy sound that somehow made him able to take on any kind of song - whether R&B, pop, jazz or country - and mould it into something uniquely his own/5(56).

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