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  1. Golden Years - , an album by Various Artists on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. C'mon And Swim - Re-Recording - Bobby Freeman. 2.
  2. Various Artists. | K-Tel Golden Years - Various Artists | Gesamtdauer: 25 min. C'mon And Swim (Re-Recording) Bobby Freeman. Golden Years - Goin' Out Of My Head (Re-Recording) Little Anthony & The Imperials. Golden Years -
  3. Between Donahue promoted concerts and in opened Autumn Records. The second single on the label was a hit by Bobby Freeman, “C’mon & Swim” written by a $ a week assistant named Sylvester Stewart a.k.a. Sly Stone.
  4. As with the other titles in the Golden Years series, Golden Years looks like a decent if overly brief collection of golden oldies but is mostly made up of latter-day re-recordings of the original hits. The artists sound game in most cases, but the sterile musical backing and production ruins their efforts.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Bobby Freeman - C'mon And Swim / Pt 2 7" Vinyl 45 Autumn at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  6. Song information for C'mon and Swim - Bobby Freeman on AllMusic. Song information for C'mon and Swim - Bobby Freeman on AllMusic Various Artists. 60's Dance Party, Vol. 2. Dominion: Various Artists. Golden Years Dominion / K-Tel Distribution:
  7. Golden Oldies Va-Golden Years Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, November 10, "Please retry" $ C'mon & Swim - Bobby Freeman 2. Goin' Out Of My Head - /5(2).
  8. C'mon And S-W-I-M features the complete album plus all of the great non-LP sides such as Friends, Cross My Heart and Bobby's cool version of Jackie Lee's The Duck. Also included are eight alternate takes and unissued tracks - mostly Sly compositions - that provide a fascinating glimpse into the working relationship between artist and producer.

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