AP — A leading U. Ezra F. Vogel was Vogel died Sunday in Cambridge, Massachusetts, from complications after surgery, said his son, Steven Vogel. After two years of Army service, he studied sociology at Harvard, earning a doctorate there. He taught briefly at Yale University before returning to Harvard to study Chinese language and history, and served as a professor from until his retirement from teaching in
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He raised three children- two of whom are here today. As for the possible secret to his longevity? He played center field in the Negro Baseball League and once owned a shoe store on Gay Street for 50 years. Baltimore News.
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It was initially released as the second promotional single from Ezra's second studio album Staying at Tamara's on 9 March but later selected to be the album's fourth single and released to radio on 28 September In a review for NME , Nick Reilly said, "The emotional thread gets a lot more serious during the final third, notably on the soft cut 'Hold My Girl', which sees Ezra ditching the twanging guitars for his most soul-baring song yet — one destined to become first-dance material. A lyric video to accompany the release of "Hold My Girl" was first released onto YouTube on 9 March at a total length of three minutes and thirty-five seconds and has about 8 million views as of February The official music video for the single was released in Autumn and has over 2 million views as of December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.