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Charlie Singleton

Pop songwriter Charlie Singleton (or Charles) is most beneficial known for co-writing “Strangers in the night time,” the number-one strike that revitalized Frank Sinatra’s profession in 1966. Never to end up being baffled with another songwriter from the same name (who frequently partnered with Rose Marie McCoy), this Charlie Singleton regularly worked well in tandem with Eddie Snyder, who aided in turning a bit by German bandleader/composer Bert Kaempfert into “Strangers in the night time.” Singleton’s additional major achievement was the pop regular “Spanish Eye,” another group work with Kaempfert and Snyder that continues to be most connected with Al Martino; it had been originally documented by Kaempfert as an instrumental known as “Moon Over Naples.” Wayne Newton also documented Singleton, Snyder, Kaempfert, and Plant Rehbein’s cooperation “Keep in mind When (We Produced These Remembrances).” Even though working with additional companions besides Snyder, Singleton experienced his greatest fortune with Kaempfert melodies, much like Jack port Jones’ 1967 easy-listening smash “Woman.”

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