Olin (or Olen) Angelle Boudreaux came from rural Louisiana and cut a couple of 45s there under the name “Roland Dice“. He moved to the West Coast around 1964 and became Bobby Angelle, recording several fine 45s. His high baritone vocals, with their “crying” tone and fine sense of timing, lifted some of the rather ordinary dancers he cut - like “Too Much For You” and “It’s Just Gotta Be That Way” - out of the crowd.
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