Robert Thomas Freeman
Bobby Freeman (born June 13, 1940, San Francisco, California, USA - died January 28, 2017, Anson, Texas, U.S.A.) was an American soul and R&B singer, songwriter and record producer. Freeman began his recording career at age 14 with The Romancers (2). In 1958, he had a Top Ten hit with "Do You Want to Dance" which he wrote and sang. In 1964, he reentered the Top Ten with the Sylvester Stewart penned dance-craze hit "C'mon and Swim" which reached number 5.
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