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De'Bonairs - Lanky Linda album flac

  • Performer: De'Bonairs
  • Album: Lanky Linda
  • FLAC: 1880 mb | MP3: 1557 mb
  • Country: US
  • Style: Doo Wop
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 144
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De'Bonairs - Lanky Linda album flac

Tracklist

A Lanky Linda 2:35
B Mother's Son 2:45

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1000 De'Bonairs Lanky Linda / Mothers Son ‎(Shellac, 10") Ping Record Co. 1000 US 1957
1000 De'Bonairs Lanky Linda / Mothers Son ‎(7") Ping Record Co. 1000 US 1956

Directed by Jesús Franco. With Alice Arno, Lina Romay, Verónica Llimerá, Paul Muller. A wealthy father hires a young woman in need of a job to take care of his depressed and paralysed daughter, as well as his lonely, sensuous but adopted daughter.

De'BONAIRS - Mothers Son, Lanky Linda - PING 1000 - 11/56.

B. Mother's Son. 2:45. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Lanky Linda, Mothers Son ‎(Shellac, 10"). Ping Record Co. 1000.

De'Bonairs Lanky Linda (7", Single, RE). Label. Category Country Year. Related Music albums to Lanky Linda, Mothers Son by. De'Bonairs

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Silk Purse is the second studio album by Linda Ronstadt, released in March 1970, a year after the release of her solo debut, Hand Sown.

Not Now. Linda de Bonita Boutique delivery. Clothing (brand) in Maringá.

Pop Rock Paul McCartney. Liste der Bands Pop Rock Paul McCartney A Garland for Linda. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name Paul McCartney. Album Name A Garland for Linda. Erscheinungsdatum 25 April 2000. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 1. Silence and Music.

Linda Ronstadt could sing assembly instructions for a lawn mower in German and I'd listen. Nelson Riddle's arrangements are killer with top shelf players using state of the 1983 art equipment. I had fallen in love with this album years ago and hadn't listened to it until I recently purchased it on CD. Hearing Ronstadt sing these beautiful Nelson Riddle arrangements after so long a time made me realize that it was the arrangements which were the most captivating feature of the album, not so much Linda Ronstadt. Being away from her voice for so long and subsequently hearing some of the new, up and coming ballad, jazz, and torch singers like Jane Monheit, Diana Krall or Cheryl Bentyne, I am more aware now of the brash-sounding style of the "Stone Pony" girl.