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William Daron Pulliam (October 5, 1946 – June 9, 2013), who performed in the 1970s under the name Darondo, was a funk and soul singer from the San Francisco Bay Area. Although he is not widely recognized today, serious enthusiasts of the soul genre consistently rate him in high regard. The mythology surrounding Darondo describes him as a pimp, although he has denied this claim. His performing name is said to have originated as a compliment from a waitress who was fond of his generous tipping habits. He has received more attention in recent years thanks to London DJ Gilles Peterson playing his 1973 single, "Didn't I" on his BBC Radio 1 program.


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  1. Didn't I  -  405,732 plays
  2. Let My People Go  -  39,323 plays
  3. Luscious Lady  -  33,773 plays
  4. Legs Pt. 1  -  20,039 plays
  5. Listen To My Song  -  25,932 plays
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