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Who Wouldnt Love You? - Eydie And Steve* - Sing The Golden Hits (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jun 26,  · Re-recording with a team of friends from Helmet, Korn, Bush, P.O.D., and Breaking Benjamin, the post-grunge outfit revived old tracks while keeping Bennington's original vocals intact. A gift for grieving fans, it's a cathartic tearjerker of an album that offers a peek into the inimitable singer's early days. - Neil Z. Yeung.
  2. Cover: Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] (Chart) Contents LP Series, Starts as Chess/Checker: Chess LP - Rock, Rock, Rock - Various Artists [12/56] There are two versions of album covers, the first has Chess LP in the lower left corner, the second has Chess LP in a white box at the upper right of the cover. I Knew From The Start - Moonglows/Would I Be Crying.
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  4. American singer, and actor born on July 8, in Brooklyn, New York. He was married to the late Eydie Gormé, and is the father of singer and musical composer David Lawrence.
  5. Cover information about the songs on the release Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence Sing the Golden Hits by Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence: who covered the songs, who sang the originals.
  6. The first ten tracks make up the complete original release of the Steve & Eydie album "It's Us Again", which was only ever issued in Monophonic ]. (One song, "Who Wouldn't Love You," was originally included on the ABC-Paramount album "Steve & Eydie Sing The Golden Hits" ] - aka "Songs From The Golden Circle" ] - which was recorded and released in Stereo, but the Mono version was included on /5(3).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sing The Golden Hits on Discogs.
  8. Jan 07,  · The first ten tracks make up the complete original release of the Steve & Eydie album "It's Us Again", which was only ever issued in Monophonic ]. (One song, "Who Wouldn't Love You," was originally included on the ABC-Paramount album "Steve & Eydie Sing The Golden Hits" ] - aka "Songs From The Golden Circle" ] - which was recorded and released in Stereo, but the Mono version /5(3).
  9. The first ten tracks make up the complete original release of the Steve & Eydie album "It's Us Again", which was only ever issued in Monophonic ]. (One song, "Who Wouldn't Love You," was originally included on the ABC-Paramount album "Steve & Eydie Sing The Golden Hits" ] - aka "Songs From The Golden Circle" ] - which was recorded and released in Stereo, but the Mono version was included on .

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