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I'm Still Swinging

LP (Item 65654) Continental, Early 60s — Condition: Used
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A pretty great record – even if the singing isn't! The album's a "boxer turned vocalist" session (anyone care to catalog that sub-genre?) by Sugar Ray Robinson – recorded at some time late in his career, with a warm and jazzy finish that's very forgiving to his stiff and stilted vocals. The record's not one that you'd buy just for Ray's vocals, but it is pretty darn cool overall – and there's lots of songs with a peppy upbeat feel that nicely match the cover photo of Robinson with his dukes up! Titles include "Tag You're It", "Wrong Man", "Say It Once More", "Free Fickle & Foolish", and "I'm Still Swinging".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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