Thursday, 15 October 2009

Grumpy archive_09october15

50 Guitars Of Tommy Garrett - Without You (Maria Elana Album Version)
Beverly Sisters - Greensleeves
Budgie - Crash Course In Brain Surgery
Cab Calloway - History Repeats Itself
Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra (Voc. Mary Ann McCall) - Where Was I
Cloda Rogers - Stormy Weather
Creations - This Is Our Night
Deb Tones - Miss Lonely Hearts
Diana Ross & The Supremes - Honey Bee (Keep On Stinging Me)
Dick Wagner & The Frosts - Little Girl
Dickie Rock - There's Always Me
Dodie Stevens - Miss Lonely Hearts
Ed Townsend - When I Grow Too Old To Dream
Glen Campbell - Love Me As Though There Were No Tomorrow
Gloria DeHaven - Because Of You
Hank Ballard & The Midnighters - Keep On Dancing
Hank Thompson - Next Time I Fall In Love (I Won't)
Honey Bees - Kiss Me, My Love
Ivan's Meads - We'll Talk About It Tomorrow
J. Frank Wilson - Me & My Teardrops
Johnny Nash - Loving You
Johnny Nash - Some Of Your Lovin'
Junior & The Classics - The Dog
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Girl, Get A Hold Of Yourself
Lettermen - Only Friends
Mason Williams - The Brothers Theme (AKA The Smothers Brothers Theme)
Mike Sarne & Billie Davis - Will I What
Nino & The Ebb Tides - Jukebox Saturday Night
Ritchie Valens - Big Baby Blues
Rose Garden - Next Plane To London
Second Time - Listen To The Music
Sonny Thompson - Gum Shoe
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra & Frank Sinatra - Only Forever

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7 comments:

  1. Thank you Mark for your consistent replies !!!
    Everyone else seems not a bit gratefull.....

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  2. Thanks very much
    Lee

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  3. Your appreciated believe me

    Terry

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  4. Just found an other treasure!

    "Only Forever - Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra".
    thx a 1000, Yours Sensimilla

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  5. JubilationTCornpone5 October 2011 at 06:38

    Thanks to you, I could hear The Cambridge Strings, one of the only instrumental hits of the '60s I was missing.

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