Alvin Cash (February 15, 1939 - November 21, 1999, b. Alvin Welch) was an R&B/funk singer and actor who, with his song and dance troupe, The Crawlers, became famous during the mid 1960s. He is best known for the instrumental smash, "Twine Time" (1965), based on a then-popular dance in the Chicago area. Cash had several other hits through the late 1960s that include "The Philly Freeze" (1966) and "Keep On Dancing" (1968, not to be confused with the same-named hit by The Gentrys).
- The Chicago Tribune remembers Alvin Cash.
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Alvin Cash And The Crawlers
- Twine Time 1965
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