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Best of Roger Whittaker is a budget-priced collection or re-recordings of the singer's greatest hits that aren't as strong as his original versions.

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If your heart is not made of stone

Whistling as an instrument? "Mexican Whistler" - and you don't even need to bother concentrating on the non-existant lyrics. Don't think about whistling as you've ever heard it, prepare to be blown away. If your not into lyrics well, the rest of the album isn't for you. If you are even slightly literate (nearly got your licence to use a crayon) then "The last farewell" is phenomonal. Basically, this man is a great baritone - and set apart in an age when most men were trying to sing tenor or falsetto.


Born: 22 March 1936 in Nairobi, Kenya

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With his avuncular appearance and rich baritone, African-born British pop singer Roger Whittaker seemed like a late successor to Bing Crosby when he emerged into worldwide popularity in the '70s. Although his initial hits were self-written, he quickly turned largely to interpretive singing as he recorded prolifically. With the front line of the popular music business dominated by young performers playing pop/rock, he and his music soon encountered resistance from radio and the music press. Also,...
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