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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DarondoDarondo - Wikipedia

    Darondo was born in 1946 in Berkeley, California. As a child, Darondo began enjoying rhythm and blues after his mother purchased him a guitar. [4] At the beginning of his career, Darondo met jazz pianist Al Tanner, who suggested the singer record something in the studio. That suggestion resulted in the single "I Want Your Love So Bad", which ...

  2. 19 de ago. de 2014 · 1.4M views 9 years ago. Official audio for Didn't I by Darondo, released on Ace Records. Subscribe to the official Ace channel for more classics, lost gems, playlists, and more ...

  3. Buy, Download, Stream: https://fanlink.to/letmypeoplegodarondoDarondo's beautiful ballad, featured on his "Let My People Go" album on Luv N'Haight. ASampled ...

  4. 13 de jun. de 2013 · EFE EME. Ha muerto el músico de soul del área de la bahía de San Francisco Darondo. De nombre real William Daron Pulliam, Darondo fue objeto de culto por un reducido número de entusiastas del soul. Comenzó a tocar la guitarra a los diez años, en su ciudad natal, Berkeley.

  5. 7 de may. de 2012 · Download, Buy, Stream: https://fanlink.to/letmypeoplegodarondoDarondo presents "Let My People Go" from his exceptional LP on Ubiquity Records. A mystery to m...

  6. 13 de jun. de 2013 · Darondo, a Bay Area soul singer best known for the song “Didn’t I,” has died, Spin reports. He was 67. The cause of death was not announced. He was a cult favorite who escaped mainstream notice for decades, until his song appeared in an episode of 'Breaking Bad' in 2013.

  7. From: soultracks. Born and bred in Berkeley, California, Darondo – given name William Daron Pulliam – first played professionally at the age of 18 in The Witnesses, a blue-eyed soul troupe ...