Creating & Logging in to your account gives you the ability to:
· Rate and review products
· Create your own shopping lists
· Receive discounts when joining the VVCC
· Obtain FREE content!
Your Cart: Items In Cart:0 Subtotal:$0.00
View Cart | Checkout
Smith developed his reputation and musical repertoire working as the lead singer
for Count Basie, before charting his own course. His first hit, the 1968 song,
Son of Hickory Hollers Tramp, exploded into the Top 40 in the United States
and rose to #2 in England. His follow-up, a cover of the Bobby Russell song
Little Green Apples, which won the 1968 Grammy Award for Song of the Year, not
only made him a star, but cemented his place in the world of music.
Now incorporating R&B into his repertoire, Smiths success continued with hits
such as Daddys Little Man, Friend, Lover, Woman, Wife, and Together. His
wonderful voice and magnetic personality made Smith one of the premiere artists
of the 1970s. Despite his success, Smith retired from music after finding his
true calling as a minister. When he passed away in 2001, O.C. Smith left behind
not only a spiritual legacy to his community and church, but also an archive of
classic recordings cherished by his numerous admirers around the world.
Account Login >Order Tracking About Us >Shopping Cart >Contact Us
Copyright 2010 V.I.E.W., Inc. and Arkadia Entertainment Corp.
Toll-Free Order Line: (800) 843-9843