Adam Wade - As If I Didn't Know / Playin' Around album FLAC
From the summer of 1961, a nice country sounding ballad by Adam Wade, who sounded a little like Johnny Mathis. This was a Top Ten ( hit for Adam.
B. As If I Didn't Know. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat. Adam Wade (2) With George Paxton And His Orchestra - As If I Didn't Know (7", Single).
Adam Wade - As If I Didn't Know lyrics. As If I Didn't Know by Adam Wade. You swore to me. You were my one and only. I knew it wasn't true. Since you've been gone. My days are cold and lonely. To want somebody new. And that your game of love.
A. As If I Didn't Written-By –. Know L. Kusik, S. David. B. Playin' Around Written-By – G. Eddy, M.
Men of the Sixties: 16 Chart Hits 2005. The Writing On the Wall (Digitally Remastered). Bubblegum Rock - Pop Songs From Yesteryear 2010. A natural singer, er Adam Wade was influenced by Jesse Belvin, Johnny Mathis (who bounced out of the gate a few years before Wade), and Nat King Cole. Wade grew up in Pittsburgh PA, and briefly worked as a lab assistant for the famed Dr. Jonas Salk who invented the vaccine for polio. He moved to New York in 1960 and tasted success instantly. He signed with CoEd Records and sang at the city's most prestigious club, the Copacabana, within six months of setting foot in the Big Apple.
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Patrick Henry Wade, known professionally as Adam Wade, is an American singer, musician and actor. Wade is perhaps most known for his stint as the host of the CBS game show Musical Chairs, which noted him as the first African-American game show host. Wade also co-starred. As If I Didn't Know" b/w "Playin' Around" (Non-album track). 10. 4. 16. Adam Wade's Greatest Hits. Tonight I Won't Be There" /. 61. 14.
Wade was popular in the early 1960s with vocal styling similar to that of Johnny Mathis. In 1961 three of Wade's songs ("Take Good Care of Her", "As If I Didn't Know", and "The Writing on the Wall") made the Top Ten in Billboard's Top 100. Wade was the first African-American to host a television game show (Musical Chairs) in 1975. He starred in the production Guys and Dolls in 1978 and hosted the talk show Mid-Morning LA.
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|A||–Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra And Chorus||As If I Didn't Know
Written-By – Larry Kusik, Scott David
|B||–Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra*||Playin' Around
Written-By – George Eddy , Mark Barkan, Sandy Baron
- Record Company – Coed Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
- Published By – Winneton Music Corp.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): M7OW 9567
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): M7OW 9570
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): M7 OW 9567 - - 2A A R
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): M7 OW 9570 - - 3A A1 R
|CO 553||Adam Wade||As If I Didn't Know / Playin' Around (7")||Coed||CO 553||US||1961|
|EA-4440||Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra||Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra - As If I Didn't Know (7", Single)||His Master's Voice||EA-4440||Australia||1961|
|45-POP 913||Adam Wade||As If I Didn't Know (7")||His Master's Voice||45-POP 913||UK||1961|
|1069||Adam Wade||As If I Didn't Know / Playin' Around (7")||Zirkon Records||1069||Canada||1961|
|HR 10365||Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra||Adam Wade With George Paxton And His Orchestra - As If I Didn't Know (7", Single)||His Master's Voice||HR 10365||New Zealand||Unknown|