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MCA Records 30 Years of Hits (1958-1988) (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Joel Whitburn Presents: Top Pop Treasures 1958 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Early Starday-King Years 1958-1961 (The Stanley Brothers) · Country U.S.A.: 1958 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Take the A -Train Alhambra 1958 (Edward Kennedy Ellington) · First Taste of Love: Ben E. King & the Drifters 1958-60 (Ben E. King) · The Joy/Select Story 1958-1965 (Jamie Horton) · Kon-Tiki 1958-1961 (The Shadows) · Complete Faith: HMV, Top Rank and Parlophone Recordings 1958-1968 (Adam Faith) · The Complete Recordings 1958-1962 (Max Roach) – and 90 other albums »
Young and Warm and Wonderful Tony Bennett Written by Louis C. Singer and Hy Zaret Peaked at # 23 in 1958 Young and warm and wonderful You
This is how I learned it from a Time-Life Album in about 1958. There's a little rosewood casket Lying on a marble stand And a packet of old love
?SOMEBODY HELP ME? Recorded by Gene Vincent on Capitol Records 1958 Song written in 1957 by Bob Kelly BMI I've got a bone to pick with this
scene began (Chorus) Transparent faces from the old school No-one to project them onto He drives by 1958 And someone says his name He waved out
replaced by a 1958 Model T-bird Ford. Baby said where you want to go, I said I don't know, maybe Mexico anywhere where tequila flows is alright with me.
of cheap gasoline I'm for sale by the side of the road going nowhere Rusty old American dream I rolled off the line in Detroit Back in 1958 Spent
Lyrics by Jerry Adler, music by Robert Allen Popularized by Doris Day, summer 1958, Columbia Records. Everybody loves a lover; I'm a lover:
argue about things you never thought you'd argue about in your whole life Twenty-five years older Ranger ain't here no more Been replaced by a 1958
(By Tracey Bryn & David Motion) (in loving memory of Marlon, 1958 - 1993) There is somewhere in the sun where we can run all day And when it's warm
Shucks, fucker, enjoy the Alcatraz shower fun and Mommy's mad I'm cliche generation X agnostic fron. It ain't the nifty faith of 1958 before the new new
to move streets Time Frame Now or never power measured by violent terror Allowing a sense of the vibe that ties it together As clever interventors found
First bid for governor in 1958 by hedging on the Race issue, against a man who spoke out against Integration Wallace ran again in '62 as a Staunch