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Sunday, 2 January 2011

Dickie Valentine..Complete 1950s Singles..

A Blossom Fell
A Teenager In Love
All the time and everywhere
All-Star Hit Parade Medley
An Old Fashioned Song
Broken wings
Chapel Of The Roses
Christmas Alphabet
Christmas Island
Cleo And Me O (With Joan Regan)
Come To My Arms
Convicted
Day Dreams
Don't Leave Me Now
Dreams Can Tell A Lie
Endless
Fickle fingers
First Love
Get Well Soon
Give Me A Carriage With Eight White Horses
Guessing
Hello Mrs. Jones (Is Mary There)
I Could Have Told You
I Know You're Mine (With The Johnston Singers)
I See You Again Every Night
I Want you all To Myself
I Wonder
In A Golden Coach (There's A Heart Of Gold)
In My Life
Its My Life
Just In Time
King Of Dixieland
La rosita
Gondolier
Long Before I Knew You
Lorelei
Love Me Again
Lucky Waltz
Ma Chere Anie
Mademoiseiie
Many Times
Mona Lisa
Mother Nature And Father Time
Mr Sandman
My Arms, My Heart, My Love
My Empty Arms
My Favourite Song
My Impossible Castle
Never
No Such Luck
One More Sunrise (Morgen)
Pine Tree, Pine Over Me
Puttin On The Style
Raindrops (With The Johnston Brothers)
Rock And Roll Party Medley
Runaround
Snowbound For Christmas
Song Of The Trees
Take Me In Your Arms
Te Amo
That lovely weekend
The Best Way To Hold A Girl
The Engagement Waltz
The Finger Of Suspicion
The Hand Of Friendship
The homing waltz
The Old Pi Anna Rag
The Voice
The windsor waltz
Three sides To Every Story
Venus
When I Was Young
When You Came Along
Where (In The Old Home Town)
Where Are You Tonight
Whos Afraid (Not I, Not I, Not I)
Why should i go home
You belong to me
You Too Can Be A Dreamer
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3 comments:

  1. Thanks for Dickie Valentine

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  2. Another great singer gone too soon.
    Thanks for reminding me just how good Dickie was!

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  3. Thank you friend... A Great singer indeed!


    Big Up!@!

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