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Born in Philadelphia, on March 27, 1941, Philadelphia, PA . Walter Sigler became Bunny Sigler when as an infant, his mother discovered that he had a fully-grown front tooth. She commented that he looked just like a bunny rabbit and he was stuck with it Yet another soul singer who started out in the gospel church at Helping Hand Rescue Mission and other churches. He joined a few Doo-W0p groups (the Opals) but his real ambition was to become a professional basketball player. He had an accident and injured his leg which put paid to such plans and he focused instead on singing. It was Leon Huff who saw him perform and subsequently signed a deal that lead to the release of his LP first releases, ‘Let The Good Times Roll’ & ‘Feels So Good’ on Cameo Parkway. His first single, “Girl Don’t Make Me Wait” was doing reasonably well but Cameo Parkway went out of business; the reason many of his tracks became difficult to acquire. Let The Good Times Roll was a thumping dance track very popular at Manchester‘s soul clubs in 1966/7/8/9 and so on. It was one of those recordings that had to be played over and over at the Allnighters when in first came out and is part of the sounds that eventually lead to the generation of the entire Northern Soul phenomenon. Joe Hunter, Phil Hurtt and Bunny Sigler (photo: thanks to Sierra Hurtt-Akselrod) He hung around at Gamble & Huff Productions, apparently he caused some annoyance and Kenny Gamble suggested he team up with Eugene Dozier and try to write some songs. Eventually this song writing push led to him writing hundreds of published songs. 1970, Gamble & Huff Productions became Philadelphia International Records. Eugene Dozier left and ‘Bunny’ co-wrote with Phil Hurtt, Sunshine released as a follow up single for The O’Jays’ Backstabbers. And this writing duo wrote a song for: Bunny + Cindy. He continues to write and produce soul acts today.
Promise Me – as The Cruisers on USA Veltone 1960 Come On Home – USA Craig 1964 Girl Don’t Make Me Wait – CP 1965 LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL – Feel So Good. FOLLOW YOUR HEART – 1966 – Cameo Parkway Song Lyrics LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL – Bunny Sigler Come on baby let the good times roll Come on baby let me thrill your soul Come on baby let the good times roll Roll all night long Come on baby yeah, this is it This is something I just can’t miss Come on baby let the good times roll Roll all night long Feel so good, sugar When you’re home Come on baby rock me all night long honey Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah Feel so good, now that you’re home Come let me hg ya Come let me kiss ya Come let me see what I’ve been missin Feel so good now that you’re home Feel so fine to know that I’m on your mind Oh what a feeling to know You’re beginning to feel so good Please don’t stop now Oh so glad now that I’ve come back home Feel so good when you’re home Come on baby rock me all night long, honey Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, Come on baby let the good times roll Come on baby let me thrill your soul, honey Come on baby let the good times roll Roll all night long And it gets into Kev Roberts Top 500 – at 472.
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