- Diva DISCO | George McCrae - Don't You Feel My Love | 1979 |
- George Mccrae
- Don't You Feel My Love
- George McCrae
Diva DISCO | George McCrae - Don't You Feel My Love | 1979 |
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Don't You Feel My Love
George Warren McCrae, Jr. Gwen then won a solo contract, with George acting as her manager as well as doing some singing on sessions and in clubs in Palm Beach. He was about to return to college to study law enforcement, when Richard Finch and Harry Wayne Casey of KC and the Sunshine Band invited him to sing the lyrics for a song that they had recorded for the band, but could not reach the high notes that were required for the song. The original intention was that Gwen, his wife, should record it, but she was late for the session and George recorded alone. The song was so successful that Rolling Stone magazine voted it the No. While he continued to record albums including We Did It! He returned with the album One Step Closer to Love in , the title track from which entered the charts in Britain, Canada and Holland.