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  1. Bobby Vee (born Robert Thomas Velline, April 30, – October 24, ) was an American pop singer who was a teen idol in the early s. According to Billboard magazine, he had 38 American Hot chart hits, 10 of which hit the Top
  2. Bobby Vee versions. While searching for material for Bobby Vee to record, Vee's producer Snuff Garrett heard a demo of Carole King singing "Take Good Care of My Baby". Garrett told publisher Don Kirshner that he wanted the song for Vee, but he believed the song needed an introductory verse. Garrett met with Carole King, and the introductory verse of Vee's version was written.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live! On Tour on Discogs. Label: Liberty - LRP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Ballad, Rock & Roll, Vocal.
  4. Oct 24,  · He went on to record 38 Top hits from to , hitting the top of the charts in with the Carole King-Gerry Goffin song, "Take Care Good of My Baby," and reaching No. 2 .
  5. BOBBY VEE -Live! VINYL - LP. COVER: VG+/EX ~ SHRINK STILL FACTORY SEALED ~ NO CUT OUT ~ NO BAR CODE ~ NO CREASING - NO SPLITTING - ONLY A VERY SMALL CORNER STAIN - SUPER CONDITION - FLAT NEW SEALED VINYL. Bobby Vee - Take Good Care of My Baby LP Mono orig. in shrink Liberty LRP $ + $ Shipping. Bobby Vee Vinyl LP Liberty Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. The Very Best of Bobby Vee (May 12, ) was certified silver in the UK. The Bobby Vee Singles Album reached number 5 in the UK in April [4] and was certified gold in the UK. [5].
  7. Take Good Care of My Baby Lyrics: My tears are fallin' / 'Cause you've taken her away / And though it really hurts me so / There's somethin' that I've got to say / Take good care of my baby.
  8. The result was that most Bobby Vee songs were real production numbers, peaking with The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, a real tour de force in its day. Bobby himself was generally lumped in with the Teen Idols, and though he appeared regularly on American Bandstand he was not one of the Philly-boys, but had a less urban, Midwestern aura and in fact /5(36).

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