Sue Thompson - What's Wrong Bill / I Need A Harbor album flac
|A||What's Wrong Bill||2:10|
|B||I Need A Harbor||2:05|
- Published By – Acuff-Rose Pub., Inc.
|45-1204||Sue Thompson||What's Wrong Bill? / I Need A Harbor (7", Promo)||Hickory Records||45-1204||US||1963|
Sue Thompson (born Eva Sue McKee; July 19, 1925) is an American pop and country music singer.
Good Time 13:40 Two Of A Kind 16:29 Willie Can 18:52 Nine Little Teardrops 20:55 Never Love Again 23:07 My Hero 25:27 If The Boy Only Knew 28:13 What's Wrong Bill 31:26. The Sue Thompson Collection.
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Complete your Sue Thompson collection. What's The Use. 2:33. What's Wrong With Bill. Cause I Ask You To. 2:17. I'd Like To Know You Better. Paper Tiger (LP, Album, Mono).
Sue Thompson (born Eva Sue McKee July 19, 1925, Nevada, Missouri) is an American pop and country music singer. She is best known for the million selling hits "Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)" and "Norman", both pop hits for her in the 1960s. At the age of seven, she was already singing and playing the guitar on stage. When she and her family moved out west to San Jose, she appeared on the Hometown Hayride TV program. During World War II, she worked at a defense plant. ПодписатьсяПодпискаПодписка. What's the Use (To take My Lovin'). Cause I Ask You.
Sue Thompson was a singer of varied music. In 1951, Sue Thompson made the first release of the song You Belong To Me, which became a major classic when done later by other singers. In the 1960s, Sue Thompson had her pop heyday with light comedy songs. The greatest hit by Sue Thompson was 1962 number 6 song Norman. In the 1970s, Sue Thompson teamed up with country star Don Gibson for a string of duets, as shown below. Find a song by Sue Thompson! Popular Tune Timeline for Sue Thompson.
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Imagine you're a shipwrecked sailor adrift in the enormous Pacific. You can choose one of three directions and save yourself and your shipmates - but each choice comes with a fearful consequence too. How do you choose? In telling the story of the whaleship Essex, novelist Karen Thompson Walker shows how fear propels imagination, as it forces us to imagine the possible futures and how to cope with them.