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The lead singer, Norman Johnson, eventually moved on and formed another group, which became even more popular in the late sixties and early seventies. General Norman Johnson, lead singer (May 23, 1941 – October 13, 2010) Johnson died on October 13, 2010, in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, due to complications of lung cancer). Milton ‘Smokes’ Wells, bass guitar. Dorsey ‘Chops’ Knight, second tenor.
General Norman Johnson (May 23, 1941 – October 13, 2010) was the frontman of Chairmen of the Board and an American rhythm and blues songwriter and record producer. YouTube Encyclopedic. In 1961, and following a change in name to the Showmen, Johnson and the group recorded a single for Minit Records, "It Will Stand. It was a chart hit in both 1961 and 1964 Johnson attempted an abortive solo career before joining the then new Invictus label in Detroit, Michigan. Steered by nd, Johnson recruited Danny Woods (ex-The Showmen), Harrison Kennedy, and Eddie Curtis and created Chairmen of the Board.
With Danny Woods (from the Showmen), Harrison Kennedy, and Eddie Custis, Johnson formed Chairmen of the Board. Their first single, "Give Me Just a Little More Time," became a big pop hit in 1970, closely followed by "(You've Got Me) Dangling on a String" and "Everything's Tuesday. Chairmen of the Board slipped from the charts during the mid-'70s, and while General Johnson and Danny Woods stuck together for a time (as the Chairmen). 01 Temperature Risin' 5:52 02 Don't Walk Away 4:38 03 We The People 4:13 04 Lies 3:10 05 All In The Family 4:11 06 Only Love Can Mend A Broken Heart 3:11 07 Patches 5:32 08 Keep keepin' On 2:57 09 Don't Walk Away (Special disco version) 4:36 10 Ready Willing And. Able 3:27 11 Let's Fool Auround (12'' Version) 6:34 12 Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do (12'' Disco Version) 5:10 Total Time 53:31.
General Johnson was lead singer with The Showmen and later with the chart-busting Chairmen Of The Board. He was also an exceptional songwriter, penning and originally recording Patches (the huge Clarence Carter hit), Want Ads for Honeycone, and the Grammy-nominated Somebody’s been sleeping in my bed by 100 Proof Aged In Soul – among a slew of Chairmen Of The Board songs, most notably Pay to the piper. He also produced two excellent solo LPs. General Johnson’s legacy is truly formidable and his recent passing will surely be a monumental loss to soul lovers the world over.
Norman Woodason Johnson (November 12, 1930 – July 13, 2017) was a mathematician at Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts. Norman Johnson was born on November 12, 1930 in Chicago. His father had a bookstore and published a local newspaper. Johnson earned his undergraduate mathematics degree in 1953 at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota followed by Master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating in 1953, Johnson did alternative civilian service as a conscientious objector
While You're Out Looking for Sugar. General Norman Johnson (23 May 1943, Norfolk, VA – 13 Oct 2010, Atlanta, GA), had a hit as the lead singer of The Showmen, in the early '60s, with the New Orleans rock'n'roll anthem It Will Stand. Chairmen of the Board is an American-Canadian, Detroit, Michigan-based soul music group, who saw their greatest commercial success in the 1970s. View full artist profile.
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- Published By – Palmina Music
- Arranged By – Richard Rome
- Producer – Richard Barrett
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