Sugarloaf / Jerry Corbetta - Don't Call Us, We'll Call You mp3 album
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Both "Green-Eyed Lady" and "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" were co-written by Corbetta. He fronted Sugarloaf through 1978. In early 1980s, he joined Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons as their singer and musical director, and remained with them through 1984 During his career, he played organs with Velvet Chain (their Asteroid Belt album). He co-wrote "You're Lookin' Like Love to Me", along with Bob Crewe, included on the.
Artist: Jerry Corbetta. Album: Rewind the 70s - Volume 3. Release year: 2013. Jerry Corbetta - Caribbean Lady Jerry Corbetta, 1978 05:35. Jerry Corbetta - Green-Eyed Lady Jerry Corbetta, 1978 05:26. Artist: Jerry Corbetta.
He said uh huh don't call us child we'll call you Listen kid you paid for the call You ain't bad but we've heard it all before And it sounds like John, Paul and George Any way, we cut a hit and we toured a bit with a song he said he couldn't use And now he calls . Hoogste positie US. - Album. Don't Call Us - We Call You. Positieverloop.
Текст песни Sugarloaf – "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You". begs and crawls, it's telephone Deja Vu We got percentage points and Lousy Joints And all the glitter we can use Mama so uh huh, don't call us, now we'll call you Listen kid, you paid for the call You ain't bad but I've heard it all before Don't call us, we'll call you. Writer(s): John Carter, Jerry Corbetta Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch. Мы используем куки - открывая этот сайт, ты соглашаешься с нашейПолитика приватности Apple.
Jerry Corbetta, the lead singer for Sugarloaf, died Friday in Denver, CO at the age of 68. He had been suffering from Pick's Disease for a number of years. Corbetta was initially famous around the Denver area playing drums, first creating a stir at the age of 4. He later played USO shows with his sister Nancy and, in a band called The Corkers with his sister Barbara. One day, while playing baseball, he injured his eye and decided to change from the more strenuous drums to keyboards. Corbetta and band member Frank Slay bought the album back and went into the studio to record the song Don't Call Us, We'll Call You. Released in 1974, Don't Call Us became a national hit, going to number 9, and the I Got a Song album was re-titled after the hit and released on Claridge Records. When followups didn't chart, Sugarloaf broke up.
Jerry Corbetta (c. 1947 – September 16, 2016) was an American singer-songwriter, keyboardist and organist, best known as a frontman for the rock band Sugarloaf. Corbetta began his career locally playing drums. As a teenager, he started playing keyboards and joined a few Denver-based bands, the Moonrakers was one of them. No. 9 in 1974, respectively, while their eponymous debut album (1970) reached No. 24 on the Billboard 200 album charts He fronted the Sugarloaf through 1978. In early 1980s, he joined Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons as their singer and musical director, and remained with them through 1984)
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