Harold Dorman

Teen Rock

Birth name, Harold Kenneth Dorman aka Harold Dorman

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Drew, Mississippi, USA

Born Dec. 23, 1926; Died Oct. 8, 1988 (aged 61)

Mississippi

Discography Harold Dorman

Harold Dorman

Harold Dorman (December 23, 1926 – October 8, 1988) was an American rock and roll singer and songwriter.

Harold Kenneth Dorman was born in Drew, Mississippi. He wrote a song called "Mountain of Love", which he released as a single in 1960 on the Rita record label. The song became a hit in the U.S., reaching No. 7 on the R&B singles chart and No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100. Though it was Dorman's only hit record, it proved to be a popular song for coversCharley PrideJohnny Rivers, and Ronnie Dove all hit the U.S. chart with the song, and it was also recorded by Bruce SpringsteenThe Beach BoysTommy Cash, and Narvel Felts.   He also wrote three songs for country music and blues singer pianist Moon Mullican in the early 1960s. These songs are the blues song "Mr Tears"; the honky tonk ballad "Just to be With You"; and the bluesy country drinking song "This Glass I Hold.  Read original text here >>> Harold Dorman


Original release, SUN 370 (US) 11/1961 ; This release, repro SUN 370 [1970s]

Uncle Jonah's place   b/w   Just one step

Uncle Jonah's place - 1961

Harold Dorman – Vocal, Roland Janes - Guitar, Scotty Moore - Guitar, O.T. Shaw - Bass,

 Al Jackson - Drums, Bobby Wood - Piano, Martin Willis - Tenor Saxophone, Vinnie Trauth - Tenor Saxophone

another si. by: Harold Dorman


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