"Duke of Earl" is a 1962 US number-one song, originally by Gene Chandler. It is the best known of Chandler's songs, and he subsequently dubbed himself 'The Duke of Earl'. The song was penned by Bernice Williams, Eugene Dixon (Chandler's real name), and Earl Edwards. This song was a 2002 inductee into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It has also been selected by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as one of the 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll

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1963

Rock / Funk / Soul / Rock & Roll / Doo Wop / Soul

Marty Hill (2)
Summer Job

The Isley Brothers
The Famous Isley Brothers

Dick Clark (2)
20 Years Of Rock N' Roll

The Chordettes
Born To Be With You / Love Never Changes

Chubby Checker
All The Hits (For Your Dancin' Party) By Chubby Checker

Alec R. Costandinos
Un Oiseau Sur New-York

The Orlons
Down Memory Lane

Phil Spector
Christmas Album

The Paragons (2)
The Paragons Meet The Jesters

Ray Peterson
Missing You / You Thrill Me

Bats
Listen To My Heart / Stop, Don't Do It

Phil Spector
Phil Spector's Christmas Album