Category: Big band

The BL&S Singers - Love Made Him Do It (Vinyl, LP)


  1. "I Don't Know Why" (sometimes listed as "Don't Know Why I Love You") is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder, from the album For Once in My Life (). It also serves as the B-side for the hit "My Cherie Amour". The single peaked at No. 39 on the US Billboard Hot The song was recorded when Wonder was 18 years old.
  2. Sep 14,  · Bat out of Hell apart from it's title, is a fantastic album from one of the finest rock singers. I would love him to do an album of duets with Ellen Foley - songs that were written specifically for them as to my mind she has a far better voice than Bonnie Tyler who Meatloaf did an album /5().
  3. The only full album from Johnny Ace – a key figure in the Memphis scene of the 50s, and one of the first great casualties of rock and roll! Johnny was one of the first singers to record for the legendary Duke label, and worked in a mode that helped transform the smoother style of the west read more LP, Vinyl record album.
  4. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Frank Sinatra's groundbreaking and highly successful album, Duets, Capitol/UMe will release a newly-remastered Sinatra Duets - Twentieth Anniversary 2LP Standard Edition. Housed in a gatefold jacket, both the original Duets and Duets II will be available for the very first time on gram vinyl/5().
  5. There are many famous album covers, but we’ve put together what we believe are the greatest album covers. Find out which ones have made the cut.
  6. Love The Legendary Covers Album. Brought the Original LP when it first came out. Didn't realise it was Reg Dwight in his early days! My favourite track was Spirit In The Sky, always thought it sounded like Jonathan King, (of all people) singing, wow, how wrong I was, lol/5(31).
  7. Find album credit information for Love Made Him Do It - BL & S Singers on AllMusic.
  8. "Come Together" is the opening track on the album Abbey Road and was released as a double A-sided single with "Something", their 21st single in the United Kingdom and 26th in the United States. The song reached the top of the charts in the US and peaked at number four in the UK. Release Date: on the album Abbey Road Awards.

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