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  1. Malagrel Permalink
    Oct 28,  · 16 Dream Girl Another great ballad! 17 Baby, You Got What it Takes Not the song recorded by Marv Johnson. Listen for the harmonica intro on this one! 18 Love Me 19 Run, Romance Run Has an Elvis sound to it 20 Back to Louisiana Another of his biggest hits. 21 Kiss me Baby Has the same sort of structure as track 12 "Sorry Baby" 22 C.C. Rider 23 My Baby4/4(1).
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  2. Gardakinos Permalink
    Bruce Channel, originally from Jacksonville, Texas had hits such as "Hey Baby" and in the UK, the hit "Keep On", which has a Neil Diamond "Bang Records" rock and roll sound. This R & B superstar from the 60's is a wonderful joy to listen to.4/5(1).
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  3. Dozil Permalink
    Bruce Channel - Number One Man / If Only I Had Known - Le Cam - USA () Bruce Channel - Hey! Baby / Dream Girl - Le Cam - USA () Previous by Artist. Don Helms - "Progress Through Exposure": Radio Spot Announcements - Smash - USA () Next on Label. The Ultimate Oldies But Goodies Collection: Rock & Roll Music - 30 Tracks - List.
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  4. Vozil Permalink
    "Hey! Baby" is a song written by Margaret Cobb and Bruce Channel, and recorded by Channel in , first released on LeCam Records, a local Fort Worth, Texas label. After it hit, it was released on Smash Records for national zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfo: Pop.
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  5. Voodoobei Permalink
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hey! Baby on Discogs/5(27).
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  6. Mazugar Permalink
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hey Baby/Ultimate Collection - Bruce Channel on AllMusic -
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  7. Mut Permalink
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hey Baby, The Ultimate Collection on Discogs.
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  8. Zulkimi Permalink
    Aug 28,  · Bruce Channel is probably the squarest guy to ever be both a one-hit-wonder and a chart-topper at the same time. There's no real grit to his performance on "Hey Baby" whatsoever, just soaring melodies and imperfect falsetto transitions/5(6).
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