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Dave 'Baby' Cortez Vinyl Record Albums

David Cortez Clowney Profile: American pop and R&B pianist and organist, born on August 13, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan. Cousin of Howard Guyton. Clowney made his first record in 1956 under his own name but it was not until three years later that he scored a major success using the stage name Dave "Baby" Cortez. His instrumental, "The Happy Organ" was the first pop/rock hit to feature the organ as lead instrument with Gary Hammond as drummer. The 45rpm single went to no. 1 on Billboard magazine's Hot 100 charts. Cortez had another Top Ten hit in 1962 with "Rinky Dink".

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7 Inch 45 RPM
Cat Nip / Talk Is Cheap
Dave 'Baby' Cortez
Cat Nip / Talk Is Cheap
1960
C 1024
Clock Record Label; Record appears new; Vinyl is black shiny and glossy; No scuffs on record; No wear or marks on the label except for a person's name written on the label; Original US first pressing; Generic sleeve; Track Listing: Cat Nip / Talk Is Cheap
NM-/NM-
$39.99
7 Inch 45 RPM
Rinky Dink / Getting Right
Dave 'Baby' Cortez
Rinky Dink / Getting Right
1962
1829
Julia Record Label; Record appears new; Vinyl is black shiny and glossy; No scuffs on record; No wear or marks on the label; Repress; Generic sleeve; Track Listing: Rinky Dink / Getting Right
NM/NM
$29.99

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