© Legendary Musicians of Karachi
The ladies couldn’t get enough of this talented duo, brothers Daoud Rafik (David Frederick) and Bobby Frederick. They have been voted as the top ‘live’ vocalists of the 70s.
Category ~ Legendary Vocalists of Karachi
Here is Daoud Rafik doing a cover by Santana ~ Black Magic Woman
Allan D’souza ~ ‘I recall David (Daoud) and Bobby Frederick singing ‘He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother’ at a social club named ‘The Bean Stock’ in Karachi. The harmony just blew me away. All done with Bobby playing a hollow body guitar. The American Teen singing group on tour were just as impressed.’
Heike Mazzola ~ “always remember the US boys going crazy when he (Daoud Rafik) was singing “country roads” at Sonesta’.
Michael Rodrigues ~ These brothers were fantastic singers! I was lucky to play with Bobby Frederick at the 3 Aces with the original Blackjacks. Can I say he was a true ‘gentleman’ and as good as he was, he appreciated every musician around! And may I add every girl.. ok every other girl wanted a piece of his a** LOL!! it’s the truth! Luv you Bobby!!
Artwork ~ by ldg
Daoud Rafik again with ‘Lay Down Sally’
Ron Pinto ~ ‘Daoud is one classy singer. It was a pleasure to work with him.’
Daoud Rafik with Omar Sharif