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Al Hibbler

Al Hibbler
Born: Aug 16, 1915 in Tyro, MS
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Died: Apr 24, 2001 in Chicago, IL
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Pop/Rock
Biography: Not just a distinctive singer but a true vocal wonder, Al Hibbler featured with Duke Ellington's Orchestra throughout the 1940s and recorded a few hits ("Unchained Melody," "After the Lights Go Down Low," "He") on his own for Decca and Atlantic during the '50s and '60s. His frequent use of a Cockney ...Read full biography
Al Hibbler Sings Duke Ellington
Released: 1954
Label: Norgran
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After the Lights Go Down Low
Released: 1956
Label: Collectables
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Stylized at times to an almost outrageous degree, the suave and sophisticated voice of Al Hibbler is really unlike that of any other singer ever recorded. His peculiarly chosen dialects, the exaggerated ...Read full review
More Al Hibbler albums: Main Albums (15), Compilations (13)
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