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Dobie Gray - Soul Days

 

Dobie Gray’s first Top 20 hit was the 1965 breakout recording of "The 'In' Crowd," which he followed with another Motown-style bounce hit, "See You at the Go-Go"; But Dobie is best remembered for his 1973 Top 5 hit, "Drift Away." The follow up, "Loving Arms,” solidified his career as a versatile artist at home in R&B, Pop, and Country.

Dobie pursued a concurrent acting career, appearing on several television shows and spending two and a half years with the Los Angeles production of Hair.  

He has also flourished as a songwriter, penning hits for Don Williams, Charley Pride, George Jones, and John Denver, among others. The album Soul Days offers Dobie’s take on R&B classics such as “When a Man Loves a Woman”, and “People Get Ready”, as well new material written by Gray and others. 

Among the many highlights on this album, standouts include:  WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN, LOVE TO BURN, and GOOD TIMES.