Tiger (Fabian song)

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"Tiger"
Single by Fabian Forte
B-side "Mighty Cold"
Released1959
Recorded15 June 1959
Genre Rock and roll
Length2:25
Label Chancellor Records
Songwriter(s) Ollie Jones
Producer(s) Peter De Angelis
Fabian Forte singles chronology
""Turn Me Loose"""Tiger"""Come On and Get Me""

"Tiger" is a 1959 song by Fabian Forte, written by Ollie Jones. It was Fabian's most successful single, reaching #3 on the U.S. Billboard, Hot 100 charts. [1] "Tiger" was Fabian's only entry on the US, Billboard, Hot R&B Sides chart, where it reached #15. [2]

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References

  1. Fabian Forte Discography at Fabianforte.net
  2. Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 195.