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  • Ruth James

    Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl 1962.....Typical of many rock 'n' roll singers, neither grammar nor reality ever mattered as it was ALL about the music. But one cannot be a DUKE [which is a title] of EARL [which is another title]. But know what? nobody ever really cared.

  • Janice Hollenczer

    Gene Chandler "Duke of Earl" was released on Vee-Jay Records and debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on January 13,1962 and held the #1 spot for 3 weeks. And it was a great dancing song, too...I was a sophomore in HS and we were all dancing fools lol

  • Marcia Packard Kenney

    Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl [HD video / Very Good(-) picture quality] I was a little girl but I remember this one!

  • James Ziegler, CSP, Professional Speaker

    Gene Chandler - Duke Of Earl 1962. This song makes me smile and actually laugh out loud. I attended an oldies concert where he came walking through the audience singing that song - dancing, cane, cape and top hat.

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