ABOUTR&B singer best known for "There's Something On Your Mind" (1960) and "Shake Your Tambourine" (1966). Before going solo, Marchan led the Tick Tocks and was a female impersonator with the Powder Box Review. He also sang with Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns.
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- There's Something On Your Mind Part 2 1960
(This song was previously a hit for Big Jay McNeely & Band (1959) and later also became a hit for Baby Ray (1966).)
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