克莱德·兰斯利·麦克菲特(英语:Clyde Lensley McPhatter,1932年11月15日-1972年6月13日)是一位美国节奏布鲁斯和摇滚歌手,是嘟·喔普和节奏布鲁斯风格形成中的关键人物,或许是1950和60年代被模仿得最多的节奏布鲁斯歌手。麦克菲特的男高音唱腔形成于他少年时代演唱的音乐。他在青少年时代组建黎巴嫩山歌手组合(The Mount Lebanon Singers)并在其中担任男高音领唱,之后成为比利·瓦德和他的多米诺组合的主唱。结束与多米诺组合的合作后,他组建了自己的团体漂流者组合,随后开启了个人事业。他最著名的歌曲是个人时期的《A Lover's Question》。麦克菲特长期受酗酒和抑郁困扰,去世时年仅39岁。他是第一个两次入选摇滚名人堂的音乐人,分别以漂流者组合成员和个人身份入选,因此之后被导入名人堂两次或三次的音乐人被称为“克莱德·麦克菲特俱乐部”成员。   Clyde Lensley McPhatter (November 15, 1932 – June 13, 1972) was an American rhythm and blues, soul and rock and roll singer. He was one of the most widely imitated R&B singers of the 1950s and early 1960s and was a key figure in the shaping of doo-wop and R&B.   McPhatter's high-pitched tenor voice was steeped in the gospel music he sang in much of his early life. He was the lead tenor of the Mount Lebanon Singers, a gospel group he formed as a teenager.He was later the lead tenor of Billy Ward and his Dominoes and was largely responsible for the initial success of the group. After his tenure with the Dominoes, McPhatter formed his own group, the Drifters, and later worked as a solo performer. Only 39 at the time of his death, he had struggled for years with alcoholism and depression and was, according to Jay Warner’s On This Day in Music History, "broke and despondent over a mismanaged career that made him a legend but hardly a success."   McPhatter left a legacy of over 22 years of recording history. He was the first artist to be inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, first as a member of the Drifters and later as a solo artist. Subsequent double and triple inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are said to be members of the "Clyde McPhatter Club."
  克莱德·兰斯利·麦克菲特(英语:Clyde Lensley McPhatter,1932年11月15日-1972年6月13日)是一位美国节奏布鲁斯和摇滚歌手,是嘟·喔普和节奏布鲁斯风格形成中的关键人物,或许是1950和60年代被模仿得最多的节奏布鲁斯歌手。麦克菲特的男高音唱腔形成于他少年时代演唱的音乐。他在青少年时代组建黎巴嫩山歌手组合(The Mount Lebanon Singers)并在其中担任男高音领唱,之后成为比利·瓦德和他的多米诺组合的主唱。结束与多米诺组合的合作后,他组建了自己的团体漂流者组合,随后开启了个人事业。他最著名的歌曲是个人时期的《A Lover's Question》。麦克菲特长期受酗酒和抑郁困扰,去世时年仅39岁。他是第一个两次入选摇滚名人堂的音乐人,分别以漂流者组合成员和个人身份入选,因此之后被导入名人堂两次或三次的音乐人被称为“克莱德·麦克菲特俱乐部”成员。   Clyde Lensley McPhatter (November 15, 1932 – June 13, 1972) was an American rhythm and blues, soul and rock and roll singer. He was one of the most widely imitated R&B singers of the 1950s and early 1960s and was a key figure in the shaping of doo-wop and R&B.   McPhatter's high-pitched tenor voice was steeped in the gospel music he sang in much of his early life. He was the lead tenor of the Mount Lebanon Singers, a gospel group he formed as a teenager.He was later the lead tenor of Billy Ward and his Dominoes and was largely responsible for the initial success of the group. After his tenure with the Dominoes, McPhatter formed his own group, the Drifters, and later worked as a solo performer. Only 39 at the time of his death, he had struggled for years with alcoholism and depression and was, according to Jay Warner’s On This Day in Music History, "broke and despondent over a mismanaged career that made him a legend but hardly a success."   McPhatter left a legacy of over 22 years of recording history. He was the first artist to be inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, first as a member of the Drifters and later as a solo artist. Subsequent double and triple inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are said to be members of the "Clyde McPhatter Club."
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