It is pity that he passed on in 1955, and could not witness the fruits of his labor. A prolific songwriter, Willis wrote 12 of the 14 tracks on this solid collection, though his claim to have written ". Rider" is specious at best. As a vocalist whose singing parallels Fats Domino's, his wailing, shouting, belting, and crooning have always set a high standard for the soul brothers that followed
Harold Willis (he adopted Chuck as a stage handle) received his early training singing at YMCA-sponsored "Teenage Canteens" in Atlanta and fronting the combos of local bandleaders Roy Mays and Red McAllister. Powerful DJ Zenas "Daddy" Sears took an interest in the young vocalist's career, hooking him up with Columbia Records in 1951. After a solitary single for the major firm, Willis was shuttled over to its recently reactivated OKeh R&B subsidiary. Willis also penned a heart-tugging chart-topper for Ruth Brown that year, "Oh What a Dream. Willis moved over to Atlantic Records in 1956 and immediately enjoyed another round of hits with "It's Too Late" and "Juanita. Atlantic strove mightily to cross Willis over into pop territory, inserting an exotic steel guitar at one session and chirpy choirs on several more.
Harold "Chuck" Willis (January 31, 1928 – April 10, 1958) was an American blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll singer and songwriter. His biggest hits, "C. C. Rider" (1957) and "What Am I Living For" (1958), both reached N. on the Billboard R&B chart.
Chuck Willis (born January 31, 1928, Atlanta, Georgia, USA - died April 10, 1958, Atlanta, Georgia, USA) was an American blues, R&B and rock 'n' roll singer.
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Harold "Chuck" Willis (January 31, 1926 – April 10, 1958) was an American blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll singer and songwriter. He was known as The King of the Stroll for his performance of the 1950s dance the stroll. Willis was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1926.
Songs from I Remember Chuck Willis by Chuck Willis. Free download and listen I Remember Chuck Willis. Tracks count: 15. Views: 15. Chuck Willis - I'll Be So Glad When Your Heart Is Mine 03:35. Chuck Willis - From the Bottom of My Heart 02:36. Chuck Willis - Keep A Drivin' 02:20.
I Remember Chuck Willis, 1963. I Remember Chuck Willis, 1963.
|What Am I Living For||2:26|
|Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes||2:19|
|Stop And Think||2:50|
|From The Bottom Of My Heart||2:36|
|Just One Kiss||2:15|
|You'll Be My Love||2:10|
|Keep A Drivin'||2:20|
|Betty & Dupree||2:26|
|I'll Be So Glad When Your Heart Is Mine||3:35|
|Big Drops Of Rain||1:47|
|Love Of Loves||2:51|
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