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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
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about things you never thought you'd argue about in your whole life Twenty-five years older Ranger ain't here no more Been replaced by a 1958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
Lyrics by Jerry Adler, music by Robert Allen Popularized by Doris Day, summer 1958, Columbia Records. Everybody loves a lover; I'm a lover:
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