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    Goltibei

    6 years ago

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    DooWop Radio, Vol. 1 CD $ Subtitled "A Tribute To The DJ's Past & Present Who Helped Keep The Music Alive For The Past 50 Years" this CD features several dee-jay jingles and photos of dee-jays in the booklet. The rest of the set is an enjoyable collection of doo-wop - .
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    Dourr

    6 years ago

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    Nov 02,  · However, the video for this single ends with a very emotional twist – Worley’s character being a ghost – that helped the song become his first No. 1 .
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    Zulkikasa

    6 years ago

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    Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You; $ on iTunes Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) $ on iTunes All The Way; $ on iTunes Don't Worry 'Bout Me; Song .
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    Fauk

    6 years ago

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    Having bought, loved and reviewed in-depth the , 20Brick Block Reissue Versions of Volumes 1 to 3 in this extraordinary Stax Records Singles Series (originally issued in 12” x 12” Boxes in , and ) - it's taken some time for my rotund tum-tum to get its wriggle-lines around this latest additional tome - "Stax Singles Volume 4" - issued February /5(15).
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    Aramuro

    6 years ago

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    Jack Scott - What In The World's Come Over You Motherlode - When I Die Brooklyn Bridge - Worst That Could Happen Turtles - You Showed Me Lou Rawls - Your Good Thing Is About To End Blood Sweat & Tears - You've Made Me So Very Happy Top Fruitgum Company - 1 2 3 Red Light Rascals - A Beautiful Morning.
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    Samujar

    6 years ago

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    A wonderful compilation of Lee Hazlewood songs performed by others in the 60s – magnificent pulp pop, girl groups, starlets, rockers and more covering prime era Lee tunes – songs about lovers, fools, rebels and heartbroken examples of all of the above! There's little we can add to the lore of Lee – but these songs are atypically diverse and the set as a hole does a terrific.
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    Nikolkree

    6 years ago

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    Mezikazahn

    6 years ago

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    Dec 18,  · The rollicking title song is the first-act curtain finale, when the main character Mame is serenaded by a chorus of smitten Southern aristocrats. It is a song that celebrates the well-loved, wealthy, fun-loving woman who has a flare for life, and invokes the culture of the 20’s south: “You coax the blues right out of the horn, Mame.
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    Malabar

    6 years ago

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    Playlists Revealing 67 Lost Singles Of The 60s. Some great s music went missing in action in a decade when tens of thousands of singles were released each year.