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  1. Zutaur

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    Cole’s first hit recording was his own “Straighten Up and Fly Right” in for Liberty Records (now Capitol), and he was on his way. His wedding to Maria Ellington, a vocalist in the Duke Ellington band — but no relation to the leader — was a $17, social event in , at a time when the King was riding high on his recording of.
  2. Grobei

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    Straighten up and Fly Right by Dee Sharp was written by Nat King Cole and Irving Mills and was first released by The King Cole Trio in Dee Sharp released it on the single Straighten up and Fly Right in It was covered by Danny C, Harold Mabern & Geoff Keezer, Eyal Vilner Big Band, Lyle Lovett and other artists.
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  4. Sale

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    Biography. Sharp was born Derrick Trought in London in Sharp's debut single, a version of Leo Hall's "Let's Dub It Up", released in , was the first release by Fashion Records, and topped the reggae charts in the UK. He followed this with "Swing and Dine"/"Follow Your Heart", which was also successful, and Sharp became established as one of the leading artists of the British lovers.
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  6. Meztijin

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    Following the demise of the band, Sharp released a series of solo outings, including "Magician" and "Take Your Time", as well as an EP featuring "Straighten Up And Fly Right", "That Much I .
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  8. Mushakar

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    The song Straighten Up and Fly Right was written by Nat King Cole and Irving Mills and was first released by The King Cole Trio in It was covered by Danny C, Harold Mabern & Geoff Keezer, Eyal Vilner Big Band, Lyle Lovett and other artists.

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