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Carl Graves

Carl Graves’ even one “Baby, HANG UP THE PHONE the telephone” was a high 20 R&B strike in 1974. Graves who was simply from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, sang using the music group Skylark (which also included David Foster and vocalist Donny Gerard) who got a 1973 amount nine pop strike with “Wildflower.” Authorized as a single designer to A&M Information and dealing with maker Spencer Proffer, Graves’ personal “Baby, HANG UP THE PHONE the telephone” reached the R&B graphs in past due 1974 and was on his self-titled LP Carl Graves. His following charting singles had been the greater up-tempo “Center Become Still,” from your LP from the same name, as well as the Ariola America solitary “Sad Lady.” Graves may also be noticed on Lee Oskar’s 1997 recording, A LOT in Love.

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