Gene Chandler would rightly be considered a legend if his only record was 1962’s Pop and R&B chart-topper “Duke Of Earl,” a classic that’s adored equally by fans of R&B, rock ‘n roll and doo-wop, but that was just the start of an illustrious career that featured hit singles throughout the two decades that followed. During his 3-album stint with Brunswick Records, which lasted from 1967 to 1969, Chandler racked up seven Top 40 R&B singles, including the Top 5 R&B smash “Nothing Can Stop Me” (which was also a Top 20 Pop single), “The Girl Don’t Care” and the Barbara Acklin duet “From The Teacher To The Preacher,” the latter two breaking into the R&B Top 20. His tenure with Brunswick may have been brief but he made a huge impact during that time, making it one of the most revered periods of his career.

The Girl Don't Care (1967)

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    The Girl Don’t Care (1967)

  1. Nothing Can Stop Me
  2. You Can’t Hurt Me No More
  3. (I’m Just A) Fool For You
  4. Here Come The Tears
  5. (Gonna Be) Good Times
  6. The Girl Don’t Care
  7. To Choose
  8. Bet You Never Thought
  9. Baby That’s Love
  10. Buddy Ain’t It A Shame
  11. No One Can Love You (Like I Do)
  12. My Love

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