Henry Burr (January 15, 1882 - April 6, 1941) was a Canadian singer of popular songs from the early part of the early 20th century, early radio performer and producer. He was born Harry Haley McClaskey and used Henry Burr as one of his many pseudonyms, in addition to Irving Gillette, Harry Haley, Henry Gillette, Alfred Alexander, Robert Rice, Carl Ely, Harry Barr, Frank Knapp, Harry Haley, Al King, and Shamus McClaskey.
I Want You is the fourteenth studio album by American soul singer and songwriter Marvin Gaye. It was released on March 16, 1976, by the Motown Records-subsidiary label Tamla. Gaye recorded the album during 1975 and 1976 at his studio Marvin's Room in Los Angeles and at Motown's Detroit-based Hitsville West studio. The album has often been noted by critics for producer Leon Ware's exotic, low-key production and the erotic, sexual themes in his and Gaye's songwriting.
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Joel Whitburn’s Pop Memories 1890-1954 called Henry Burr the ballad singer of recorded music’s 1890-1930 pioneer era. PM He was born Harry H. McClaskey on January 15, 1882, in New Brunswick, Canada. He often recorded under the pseudonymn Irving Gillette. From 1903 to 1928, he charted 116 songs as a solo artist and another 48 in a popular duo with Albert Campbell. He also worked with the Columbia Male Quartet (1904-07), Peerless Quartet (1907-28), Columbia Stellar Quartet (1915-?), and the Sterling Trio (1916-22) . Peg O’ My Heart (1913) 23. I Want a Girl Just Like the One Who Married Dear Old Dad ( Peerless Quartet, 1911) 24. Oh What a Pal Was Mary (1919) 25. The Missouri Waltz (Hush-a-Bye Ma Baby) (with Albert Campbell, 1917) 26.
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