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  1. Tracklist A1 Stay Away Joe Written-By – Ben Weisman (2), Sid Wayne A2 If I'm A Fool (For Loving You) Written-By – S. Kesler* A3 Let's Be Friends Written-By – Arnold*, Martin*, Morrow* A4 Let's Forget About The Stars Written-By – A. L. Owens* A5 Mama Written-By – C. O'Curran*, D. Brooks* B1 I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) Written-By – Price*, Gabbard* 2 /5(4).
  2. Jan 15,  · The Elvis Presley collectors label FTD will soon release their first vinyl release in the form of a 2-LP version of Blue Hawaii (one of the better soundtracks of the 60's). Hopefully sales will justify more vinyl releases! The soundtrack will also be released as a 2-cd set in their "Classic album" series.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fun In Acapulco on Discogs/5(7).
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  5. Jun 12,  · Wood's non-actor girlfriend, Dolores Fuller, looks like a blonde bombshell trussed up in business suits as she strides martially back and forth in her living room. The movie is a windfall of loony lines, cheap props, and ridiculous tireaseloseraswacycpillfrowegca.coinfos:
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of One More Chance Lord / My Greatest Desire on Discogs. Label: Intro Records - IN • Format: Vinyl 7 Delores Fuller - One More Chance Lord / My Greatest Desire (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(17).
  7. Elvis' 40 Greatest is a compilation album by American singer and musician Elvis tireaseloseraswacycpillfrowegca.coinfo was released in and was the UK's biggest-selling album over the Christmas period of that year, but along with all albums on K-tel, Ronco and Arcade, it was ineligible for the UK Albums Chart until because it was felt that heavy TV advertising and low pricing distorted the charts.
  8. The tracks that make up Greg Belson's latest compilation have one thing in common: God. Forward-thinking gospel artists in the '70s and early '80s adopted the pulsating 4/4 rhythms to their upward looking music, and what came forth were uplifting sounds w/ a powerful message that stimulated the mind, body, and soul of church and club-going folk alike (and many fell in both camps).

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