Top George McCrae Albums
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Love
Love
[2015]
The Supreme George Mccrae
The Supreme George Mccrae
[2013]
I Get Lifted - EP
I Get Lifted - EP
[2012]
Soul Sensations: George Mccrae
Soul Sensations: George Mccrae
[2012]
By George, Vol. 5  (The Dave Cash Collection)
By George, Vol. 5 (The Dave Cash Collection)
[2011]
By George Like You've Never Heard (The Dave Cash Collection)
By George Like You've Never Heard (The Dave Cash Collection)
[2011]
With All My Heart
With All My Heart
[2011]
George McCrae: Take Ten
George McCrae: Take Ten
[2010]
Time For Emotions (The Essential Collection)
Time For Emotions (The Essential Collection)
[2010]
The Hits Of George McCrae
The Hits Of George McCrae
[2009]
Time for a Change
Time for a Change
[2009]
Let's Dance
Let's Dance
[2008]
George McCrae: His Very Best - EP
George McCrae: His Very Best - EP
[2008]
Breathless - EP
Breathless - EP
[2008]
Hits Anthology (Re-Recorded Versions)
Hits Anthology (Re-Recorded Versions)
[2007]
I Love You
I Love You
[2007]
Do Something
Do Something
[2006]
Calling Love
Calling Love
[2006]
George McCrae Selected Hits
George McCrae Selected Hits
[2006]
The Golden Album
The Golden Album
[2005]
Do Something - EP
Do Something - EP
[1995]
Wanna Be Your Lover - EP
Wanna Be Your Lover - EP
[1995]
Love's Been Good to Me
Love's Been Good to Me
[1994]
George McCrae
George McCrae
[1975]
Rock Your Baby
Rock Your Baby
[1974]
Related Information for George McCrae
George McCrae (born October 19, 1944) is a Soul and Disco singer. McCrae was born in West Palm Beach, Florida. He formed his own singing group, the Jivin' Jets, before joining the United States Navy in 1963. Four years later, he reformed the group, with his wife Gwen joining the line-up, but soon afterwards they decided to work as a duo, recording for Henry Stone's Alston record label. Gwen then won a solo contract, with George acting as her manager as well as doing some singing on sessions and in clubs.He was about to return to college to study law enforcement, when Richard Finch and Harry Wayne Casey of KC and the Sunshine Band invited him to sing the lyrics for a song that they had recorded for the band, but could not re.. read more