ABOUTSinger-dancer-actor. Best known pop songs include "Something's Gotta Give" (1955), "I've Gotta Be Me" (1969), and "The Candy Man" (1972, with the Mike Curb Congregation).
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Sammy Davis Jr. performs "The Shelter Of Your Arms" on The Ed Sullivan Show (February 2, 1964).
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Sammy Davis Jr.
- I've Gotta Be Me 1968
- The Shelter Of Your Arms 1963
- What Kind Of Fool Am I 1962
(This song also became a hit for Anthony Newley (1962) and Robert Goulet (1962).)
Sammy Davis, Jr. with the Mike Curb Congregation
- The Candy Man 1972
(This song topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts.)
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