Category: R&B

  1. Bobby Freeman: C'mon And Swim-Part 2: Stewart, Coman: Cougar Productions: Rate: Notes BB June 27, CB June 27, BB July 11 - entered Hot , peaked at no. 5 Monarch delta numbers: Δ & ΔX Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
  2. Jun 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bobby Freeman - C'mon and Swim (on the beach) YouTube Best 60s Dancer Boy Ever - The Nitty Gritty - Duration: Matthew Enderlin 9,, views.
  3. Bobby Freeman first hit the pop music world in with his top-5 "Do You Want To Dance". For years after, he made a few appearances on the pop charts with some mediocre tunes but after moving to the Autumn label and hooking up with a developing Sly Stone, he hit big again with "C'mon and Swim"/5(4).
  4. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited C'mon And Swim (PART 1) 2. Do The Monkey 3. Good Lovin' 4. Ya Ya 5. Speedo (THE MONKEY MAN) Very happy with Bobby Freeman "C'mon and Swim" CD. It has great American Black Soul Music on it. /5(4).
  5. Bobby Freeman. C'mon & Swim (Part 1)/C'mon & Swim (Part 2). Record is in excellent condition. Trip TR Grading: NEAR MINT: Item is very clean, often looks Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Monarch Pressing Vinyl release of C'mon And Swim on Discogs. Label: Autumn Records (3) - 2 • Format: Vinyl 7 Bobby Freeman - C'mon And Swim (, Monarch Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Bobby Freeman had a #5 US hit in with "Do You Want To Dance," which was released when he was He followed with "Betty Lou Got A New Pair Of Shoes," which reached #37, but didn't have another big hit until "C'mon and Swim" in As was convention, he followed it up with a songs of the same theme: "S-W-I-M.".
  8. Bobby Freeman C'mon And Swim Parts 1&2 7" 45 rpm Vinyl Record Tested. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Vinyl tested perfect with no skipping. Sleeve in very good condition. Original owner doodled the autumn reletebircendtisjasohhendrondestking.coinfo date: May 05,
  9. "C'mon and Swim" is a song written by Coman and Sylvester Stewart (aka Sly Stone) and performed by Bobby Freeman. It reached #5 on the U.S. pop chart in It was featured on his album C'mon and Swim.. The single was produced by Sylvester Stewart.. The song ranked #54 on Billboard magazine's Top singles of Other charting versions. Ray Columbus & the Invaders released .

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