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Del Shannon (30 December 1934–8 February 1990) (born Charles Weedon Westover in Coopersville, Michigan) was an American rock and roller who launched into fame with the No. 1 hit "Runaway" (1961) which introduced the musitron, an early form of the synthesizer played by "Runaway" co-writer and keyboard player Max Crook. Shannon followed up with "Hats Off to Larry", another big hit, and the less popular "So Long, Baby", another song of breakup bitterness. "Little Town Flirt", released in 1962 reached #12 in 1963 as did the album of the same name.
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Runaway: The Very Best Of Del Shannon
Del Shannon Rare Tracks & Demos Volume 2
Del Shannon Rare Tracks & Demos Volume 1
Del Shannon Sings Hank Williams
Runaway With Del Shannon
Drop Down and Get Me
Hats Off to Del Shannon
1,661 Seconds With Del Shannon
The Great Del Shannon
1961-1990: A Complete Career Anthology (disc 2)
The Further Adventures of Charles Westover
One Thousand Six-Hundred Sixty-One Seconds of Del Shannon
Little Town Flirt