Bobby Fuller

Bobby Fuller

Robert Gaston "Bobby" Fuller (October 22, 1942 – July 18, 1966) was an American rock singer, songwriter, and guitar player best known for his singles "I Fought the Law" and "Love's Made a Fool of You," recorded with his mid-1960s group, the Bobby Fuller Four.

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... In 1964 he signed Bobby Fuller and his band, The Bobby Fuller Four, to Del-Fi, and released several singles and two albums under a subsidiary label just for the band called Mustang Records ... was brought to an abrupt end when the corpse of Bobby Fuller, in his mother's car, was found in the parking lot of his Hollywood apartment on July 18, 1966 ...
I Fought The Law - Bobby Fuller Four Version
... I Fought the Law" Single cover of the Bobby Fuller version of "I Fought the Law" Single by The Bobby Fuller Four from the album I Fought the Law B-side "Little Annie ... file info · help After enjoying regional success in Texas, Bobby Fuller and band decided to switch to a major label—Del-Fi Records under Mustang ... when they re-recorded "I Fought the Law" in 1965 with Bobby Fuller (vocals, guitar), Randy Fuller (backing vocals, bass guitar), Jim Reese (backing vocals, guitar), and DeWayne Quirico (drums) ...
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Bobby Fuller - Discography - Compilations and Reissues
... The Bobby Fuller Memorial Album (LP, President 1003, 1968) 2 KRLA/King Of The Wheels (Line LP 5146, 1981) 5 I Fought The Law (Line LP 5133, 1981) 5 The Bobby Fuller Memorial Album (LP, Strand 6. 24885 AS, 1982) 5 The Best Of The Bobby Fuller Four (LP, Rhino 201, 1982) 5 Let Them Dance (The Rare Sides) (LP, Line LP 5272, 1983) 5 Live On Stage (Line OLLP 5302. 1 (LP, Rhino 057, 1983) 2 Bobby Fuller Tapes, Vol ...

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