Bobby Finch

Bobby Finch

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Bobby Finch replaced Robert Makins of The Little Beavers in 1977. The Baltimore City group debuted with a version of Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" on Atlantic Records the fall of 1971. Paul Kyser, their manager and mentor, produced the side and its flip, "Sugar Brown."

When Finch joined they dropped the "Little" and became The Beavers. They cut the rousing disco cut "Invitation to the World"including local/regional favorites "My Ebony Princess," "Where Were You," and "I Only Feel This Way When I'm Near You."
on Wanderick Records in 1977;
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BF 1912 Bobby Finch If Only / Get A Hold Of Yourself(7") Bevnik Records BF 1912 US 1983 Sell This Version
ZP 12 Bobby Finch Get A Hold Of Yourself(7", Single, Juk) Izipho Soul ZP 12 UK 2018 Sell This Version

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darkknightbegins

darkknightbegins

October 20, 2010
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darkknightbegins

darkknightbegins

October 20, 2010
Bobby Finch replaced Robert Makins of The Little Beavers in 1977. The Baltimore City group debuted with a version of Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" on Atlantic Records the fall of 1971. Paul Kyser, their manager and mentor, produced the side and its flip, "Sugar Brown."

When Finch joined they dropped the "Little" and became The Beavers. They cut the rousing disco cut "Invitation to the World"including local/regional favorites "My Ebony Princess," "Where Were You," and "I Only Feel This Way When I'm Near You."
on Wanderick Records in 1977;

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