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“YOU TURN ME ON” Ian Whitcomb

25 Oct

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Ian Timothy Whitcomb (born 10 July 1941, Woking, Surrey) is an English entertainer, singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor. As part of the British Invasion, his hit song “You Turn Me On” reached number 8 on Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1965.

He has written several books on popular music, beginning with After the Ball, published by Penguin Books (Britain) and Simon & Schuster (United States) in 1972. He accompanies his singing by playing the ukulele and, through his records, concerts, and film work, has helped to stimulate the current revival of interest in the instrument. His recreation of the music played aboard the RMS Titanic in the film of that name won a Grammy Award in 1998 for package design and a nomination for Whitcomb’s liner notes (Titanic: Music as Heard on the Fateful Voyage).

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4 responses to ““YOU TURN ME ON” Ian Whitcomb

  1. buffalotompeabody

    October 25, 2016 at 10:39 am

    LOL! It’s been awhile since I’ve heard that one… Still very funny!

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  2. America On Coffee

    October 25, 2016 at 10:54 am

    He had his groove then and it still rocks…Yeah! He excitedly sounds as if a sneeze is coming on..hahaha!

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  3. Relax...

    October 26, 2016 at 11:03 am

    There was some damweird music back in the day!

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  4. America On Coffee

    October 26, 2016 at 11:15 am

    But we can call it music, still. Weird? I st fun and funny! :-)

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