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Paul Gambaccini

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with an appreciation of Sam Cooke
' He was my favourite pop music hero,' says PAUL GAMBACCINI , ' and along with Chuck Berry was one of the first popular singers who wrote their own material. ' He possessed this wonderfully emotive voice, the versatility of which could give a totally new dimension to different songs - ranging from gospel orientated chorals to an earthy, almost sexual sound. 1 Tire diversity of the material he recorded (he had over 14 major hits in the States), made him a master of pop records and a hero for Black America in his time.'
Producer TEDDY WARRICK

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Unknown: Sam Cooke
Unknown: Paul Gambaccini
Unknown: Chuck Berry
Producer: Teddy Warrick

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