Donnie Elbert - Baby Cakes album
Title: Baby Cakes
Date of release: 1962
Size MP3: 1384 mb
Size FLAC: 1719 mb
Format: MMF WMA VOX TTA MP3 MOD MIDI
Donnie Elbert (May 25, 1936 – January 26, 1989) was an American soul singer and songwriter, who had a prolific career from the mid-1950s to the late 1970s. His US hits included "Where Did Our Love Go?" (1972), and his reputation as a Northern soul artist in the UK was secured by "A Little Piece of Leather", a performance highlighting his powerful falsetto voice.
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Northern soul legend Donnie Elbert was born May 25, 1935, in New Orleans. His family relocated to Buffalo, NY's east side three years later, and there he learned to play guitar and piano. Influenced most profoundly by the Drifters' Clyde McPhatter, Elbert co-founded a doo wop group called the Vibraharps with friend Danny Cannon in 1955, serving as its guitarist, songwriter, and arranger while largely relegating himself to background vocals. After two more Vee-Jay efforts - Half as Old and 1961's I've Loved You, Baby - Elbert hopscotched from label to label including Jalynne (Mommie's Gone), PL (1962's Nobody Knows), Parkway (Baby Cakes), Cub (1963's Love Stew), and Checker (Just a Cotton-Pickin' Minute), rarely staying for more than one record before moving along yet again.
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