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Onie Wheeler died on-stage at the Grand Ole Opry in 1984, a poetic end for a man who spent his life toiling in relative obscurity for country music. He barely even qualifies as a one-hit wonder, having charted only one minor country hit in 1973. He was, however, a unique performer and a talented songwriter whose first OKeh single, "Run 'Em Off," became a hit via Lefty Frizzell's cover version.
Dancing Machine is the ninth studio album released by Motown quintet the Jackson 5 in 1974. The album's title track was a No. 2 pop hit and a No. 1 R&B hit in the United States, and the album sold over . million copies worldwide briefly returning the group to their former prominence. The group released two additional singles from the album: the funky "Whatever You Got, I Want" and the group's last Top 20 hit for Motown called "I Am Love".
Jump Right Out of This Jukebox. Other albums by Onie Wheeler. A Million Years in Glory: The Very Best on Onie Wheeler. Onie's Bop. Onie Wheeler 28//2009. 1 Jump Right Out of This Jukebox Onie Wheeler 2:23. 2 I'll Love You for a Lifetime Onie Wheeler 2:34. 3 Steppin' Out Onie Wheeler 2:37. 4 I Tried and I Tried Onie Wheeler 2:41. 5 A Booger Gonna Getcha Onie Wheeler 2:30. 6 Long Gone Onie Wheeler 2:15. 7 Going Back to the City Onie Wheeler 2:17
Onie Wheeler songs download, free online mp3 listen. No, I Don't Guess I Will. album: Onie's Bop. A Booger Gonna Getcha. album: Rockabilly Dukebox, Vol. 22: Play Boy. A Beggar for Your Love. album: 100% Steel Guitar, Vol. 1. Run em Off. album: Catando. album: Rockabilly Baboon Boogie Vol 1. Going Back to the City. album: Columbia Hillbilly 1950 Vo.
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