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  • Performer: Dave "Baby" Cortez
  • Album: Someone Has Taken Your Place
  • FLAC: 1536 mb | MP3: 1409 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Country: US
  • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Funk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 549
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Dave "Baby" Cortez - Someone Has Taken Your Place album flac

Tracklist

A Someone Has Taken Your Place (Mono) 3:08
B Someone Has Taken Your Place (Stereo) 3:08

Credits

  • Producer – Dave Cortez*, Joe Richardson
  • Written-By – D. Clowney*, J. Richardson*

Notes

Promo Copy - Not For Sale

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AP-2343 Dave "Baby" Cortez Someone Has Taken Your Place ‎(7") All Platinum Records Inc. AP-2343 US 1973


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David Cortez Clowney. The song has a strong resemblance to 1957's "Love Is Strange" by Mickey & Sylvia, since it used the same guitar riff In 2011, after a 38-year hiatus from recording, Cortez returned with a new album on Norton Records backed by Lonnie Youngblood and His Bloodhounds, including underground luminary Mick Collins of the Dirtbombs and the Gories. Dave "Baby" Cortez and His Happy Organ (RCA Records, 1959).

Performer: Dave "Baby" Cortez. Album: The Fabulous Organ. Dave "Baby" Cortez - The Fabulous Organ MP3 version. The Fabulous Organ ‎(LP, Album). Metro Records, Metro Records.

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Though hardly a soulful, bluesy master like Jimmy Smith or dashing experimentalist like Larry Young, organist Dave Baby Cortez made his mark in the '50s,'60s, and '70s as a capable, often clever soloist and pop instrumentalist. His flair for catchy melodies, riffs, and hooks resulted in a number one pop and number five RB hit with The Happy Organ in 1959. He landed one other song on the RB Top 50, Someone Has Taken Your Place, in 1973 for All Platinum. His other songs were recorded for Clock and Chess. Dave "baby" Cortez - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - GREATEST ORGANIST AND PIANIST - BEST OF POP). DAVE "BABY" CORTEZ - Hurricane 1960. Dave baby cortez comin& home baby.

Cortez' real name is David Clowney. He played piano on a number of doo-wop songs in the '50s, and also made a name for himself as a soulful organist. In 1973, he had a minor soul hit with "Someone Has Taken Your Place. More songs from Dave "Baby" Cortez