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Rockin' Robin

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01
Rockin' Robin
2:36  
02
Over and Over
2:19  
03
Little Bitty Pretty One
2:32  
04
The Bluebird, the Buzzard & the Oriole
2:23  
05
Gee Whiz
Artist: Bob and Earl
2:12
 
06
Little Turtle Dove
2:45  
07
You Made a Boo Boo
Artist: Bob and Earl
2:01
 
08
When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano
2:43  
09
That's My Desire
Artist: Bob and Earl
2:41
 
10
Gotta New Girl
2:20  
11
Saving My Life for You
2:24  
12
Ain't Gonna Cry No More
2:15  
13
Mr & Mrs Rock 'n' Roll
2:07  
14
Honeysuckle Baby
2:44  
15
Sweet Little Thing
2:21  
16
Say Yes
3:09  
17
That's All I Want
2:17  
18
Life Can Be Beautiful
2:47  
19
I Need Help
2:56  
20
What Fools We Mortals Be
2:34  
21
King's Highway
2:43  
22
Oop-I-Du-Pers Ball
2:42  
23
Three Young Rebs From Georgia
2:40  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 58:11

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They Say All Music Guide

Bobby Day’s 1958 hit “Rockin’ Robin” is one of the most memorable and recycled oldies of them all. Day, an R&B artist who fared better on the pop charts, never repeated the success of his one big hit. Golden Classics collects all but one of Day’s chart hits on the Class label (the minor hit “Gotta New Girl” is omitted, although its B-side is here), showing him to be a fine R&B vocalist with strong pop inclinations. “The Bluebird, the Buzzard and the Oriole” is a blatant attempt to repeat the “Rockin’ Robin” formula, but Day’s other recordings are more varied. England’s Ace label has a lengthier and better-annotated Bobby Day anthology available as an import for only a few dollars more, but Golden Classics is a serviceable collection and includes most of his important cuts. – Greg Adams

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