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Paul Da Vinci (born Paul Leonard Prewer, 1951) is a British singer and musician. He is best known as the lead singer on the 1974 hit recording by The Rubettes, "Sugar Baby Love", although he did not perform with the group at the time. He reportedly had a three-and-a-half octave vocal range, and worked as a demo and session singer before and after his own moderately successful solo career, which included the UK hit "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore", which peaked at number 20 in the UK Official Charts, week ending 17 August 1974

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  • Paul Da Vinci
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  • ポール・ダ・ヴィンチ(生まれポール・レナード・プレワー、1951年生まれ)英国の歌手、ミュージシャンである。
  • Paul Da Vinci (born Paul Leonard Prewer, 1951) is a British singer and musician. He is best known as the lead singer on the 1974 hit recording by The Rubettes, "Sugar Baby Love", although he did not perform with the group at the time. He reportedly had a three-and-a-half octave vocal range, and worked as a demo and session singer before and after his own moderately successful solo career, which included the UK hit "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore", which peaked at number 20 in the UK Official Charts, week ending 17 August 1974
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  • ポール・ダ・ヴィンチ(生まれポール・レナード・プレワー、1951年生まれ)英国の歌手、ミュージシャンである。
  • Paul Da Vinci (born Paul Leonard Prewer, 1951) is a British singer and musician. He is best known as the lead singer on the 1974 hit recording by The Rubettes, "Sugar Baby Love", although he did not perform with the group at the time. He reportedly had a three-and-a-half octave vocal range, and worked as a demo and session singer before and after his own moderately successful solo career, which included the UK hit "Your Baby Ain't Your Baby Anymore", which peaked at number 20 in the UK Official Charts, week ending 17 August 1974
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