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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Rufus_ThomasRufus Thomas - Wikipedia

    Rufus Thomas continued to record for the label after Carla's record "Gee Whiz (Look at His Eyes)" reached the national R&B chart in 1961. He had his own hit with "The Dog", a song he had originally improvised in performance based on a Willie Mitchell bass line, complete with imitations of a barking dog.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › King_&_QueenKing & Queen - Wikipedia

    In retrospective reviews King & Queen has gained positive comments. Jason Ankeny of Allmusic gives the album 4.5 stars out of 5. He states that "Redding and Thomas enjoy an undeniable chemistry, and they play off each other wonderfully", and summarizes the album as follows: "Otis Redding never recorded a lighter, more purely entertaining record than King & Queen".

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  4. Carla Thomas - Gee Whiz James Darren - Goodbye Cruel World Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou Faron Young - Hello Walls Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack Timi Yuro - Hurt Clarence Frogman Henry - I Don't Know Why But I Do Chris Kenner - I Like It Like That Paris Sisters - I Love How You Love Me G Clefts - I Understand

  5. 06.12.2022 · Before long, Carla Thomas would break things wide open as a solo act with her hit “Gee Whiz” — which sold half a million copies — and Rufus Thomas’ “Walking the Dog,” would also ...

  6. "Gee Whiz (Look at His Eyes)" Carla Thomas: 63 "Stand by Me" Ben E. King: 64 "Spanish Harlem" Ben E. King: 65 "It's Gonna Work Out Fine" Ike and Tina Turner: 66 "Baby Blue" The Echoes: 67 "Baby Sittin' Boogie" Buzz Clifford: 68 "Hats Off to Larry" Del Shannon: 69 "Those Oldies but Goodies" Little Caesar & the Romans: 70 "The Fly" Chubby Checker: 71

  7. "Night Time Is the Right Time" or "The Right Time" is a rhythm and blues song recorded by American musician Nappy Brown in 1957. It draws on earlier blues songs and has inspired popular versions, including those by Ray Charles, Rufus and Carla, and James Brown, which reached the record charts.