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Robert Knight (born April 24, 1945, in Franklin, Tennessee) is an American singer. Knight made his professional vocal debut with the Paramounts, a harmony quintet consisting of schoolfriends. Signed to Dot Records in 1960, they recorded "Free Me" in 1961, a US R&B hit, outselling the cover version by Johnny Preston.

After this initial success their subsequent releases flopped and resulted in the group breaking up. Unfortunately, they also broke their contract with Dot and were prevented from recording for… read more

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    I remember him from his group "Robert Knight and the Fairlanes" when he was playing the small town venues in middle Tennessee, as he was living in Williamson County outside of Nashville. He performed Everlasting Love live in Shelbyville the same week it was at the top of the pop charts...many many years ago..
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    It's hot making love on a mountain apparently. However, from own experience with the altitude changes the opposite is in fact true. It is very, very, cold. Unless we're talking about a volcano, in which case Robert Knight is completely right. It is hot making love on a volcano.

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