Ray Pollard

Ray Pollard

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Discography of Ray Pollard:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Still Love You / This Is My Song 2 Audio Stardust Records
2 The Drifter / Looking For You 2 Audio Stardust Records
3 I'll Never Let You Get Away / No More Like Me 2 Audio Shrine Records
4 My Girl And I / All Alone By The Telephone 4 Audio Stardust Records
5 Drifting / It's A Sad Thing 4 Audio Stardust Records
6 This Time (I'm Gonna Be True) / Dream My Heart 4 Audio 2007 Shrine Records
7 The Drifter 2 Audio 1965 United Artists Records
8 The Drifter 4 Audio 1965 Barclay
9 Lie Lips Lie / This Is My Song 2 Audio Decca
10 All The Things You Are / It's A Sad Thing 2 Audio 1965 United Artists Records
11 This Is No Laughing Matter / Wanderlust 2 Audio Decca
12 The Drifter 2 Audio 1965-10-29 United Artists Records
13 It's A Sad Thing 2 Audio 1965 United Artists Records

Born Aug. 25th, 1930 a native of New York,NY. The great Ray Pollard was once the former lead singer with The Wanderers. In 1965 he started a solo career with Shrine records. He then went on to record three excellent singles for United Artists including the classic "The Drifter". Then recorded two singles for Decca and finally one for Omnipotent in 1973. A veteran of the Korean War, he had served as a Corporal in the United States Army. Sadly on January 26, 2005, Pollard passed away at the age of 74, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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