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Kenny Lynch, OBE (Born Stepney 18 March 1939) is a British 1960s singer, songwriter, entertainer and actor from London. A popular entertainer, he appeared in a great many variety shows in the '60s. His sister, Gladys (stage name Maxine Daniels) was a jazz singer of some note. He had many UK hit singles in the early 1960s, including the two top-tens "Up on the Roof" in December 1962 and "You Can Never Stop Me Loving You" in June 1963. In addition, he has written songs for others — notably The Small Faces' #3 hit "Sha-La-La-La-Lee" with legendary American songwriter Mort Shuman.
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- Up on the Roof - (2:40) - 535 plays
- Movin' Away - (3:29) - 335 plays
- Puff (Up In Smoke) - (2:37) - 142 plays
- You Can Never Stop Me Loving You - (2:49) - 135 plays
- Up On the Roof - 1995 - Remaster - (2:36) - 83 plays
- Up On the Roof - 1995 Remastered Version - (2:35) - 32 plays
- Mountain of Love - (2:16) - 35 plays
- My Own Two Feet - (2:32) - 20 plays
- Misery - (2:08) - 16 plays
- Half The Day's Gone And We Haven't Earne'd A Penny - (6:56) - 39 plays
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