Al Wilson (June 19, 1939 - April 21, 2008) was a highly acclaimed soul singer best remembered for his chart-topping "Show And Tell" (1974). Wilson's other hits included "The Snake" (1968), "La La Peace Song" (1974), "I've Got A Feeling (We'll Be Seeing Each Other Again)" (1976), and "Count the Days" (1979).
At age 12, Wilson led his own spiritual quartet and before going solo, he performed as a singer and drummer for various groups including Johnny "Legs" Harris and the Statesmen, the Rollers, the Jewels, and the Souls. After his string of hits in the 1970s, Wilson continued to tour clubs and lounges and in 2001 he released his final album, "Spice Of Life."
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