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George McCurn (born January 21, 1920 in Chicago – September 1985) was a bass singer who started off singing gospel and switched to pop in the 1960s. He had a hit in 1963 with "I'm Just A Country Boy". In 1948, he joined the vocal quartet Kings of Harmony, replacing their bass singer Isaac "Dickie" Freeman. In the early days he was also a member for a brief period of West Coast-based group the Gospel Harps
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45Cat George McCurn - Discography. 45cat Catalogue: FX-10,703. The album debuted atop the US Billboard 200 chart, earning 96,000 album-equivalent units in its first week, in the week ending April 26,2015, the album has sold 306,000 copies in the US as of December 2015. Andrea Warner called the record a deliberately weird record, but authentically weird, its chaotic yet cohesive, full of sound, colour and unshakable vision.
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At) The End (Of a Rainbow). George "Ooppee" McCurn was once proclaimed by producer Jerry Moss as "one of the very greatest and sought-after bass singers in the gospel field. Chat About George McCurn.
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