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Encyclopedia > George McCrae
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George McCrae was a singer famous for his hit Rock your Baby, written by some members of KC and The Sunshine Band.


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McCrae, George Gordon (641 words)
McCrae began to contribute verse to the Australasian and other papers, and gradually became acquainted with all the literary men of his period including Gordon (q.v.), Kendall (q.v.), Horne (q.v.), and Clarke (q.v.).
McCrae was always fond of the sea and by saving up his leave was enabled to visit Great Britain, and to make two voyages to the Seychelles in which islands he became very interested.
McCrae was well over six feet in height and in his youth strikingly handsome.
George Gordon McCrae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (122 words)
George Gordon McCrae was born in 1833 in Scotland, and emigrated to Melbourne in 1841.
His son, Hugh McCrae produced a volume of memoirs about his father, and his father's association with such literary figures as Henry Kendall, Adam Lindsay Gordon, and Marcus Clarke.
McCrae wrote novels, stories, poetry, and travel sketches, and illustrated books.
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