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Betty Madigan - Joey album flac

  • Performer: Betty Madigan
  • Album: Joey
  • FLAC: 1357 mb | MP3: 1355 mb
  • Released: 1954
  • Country: US
  • Style: Vocal
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 558
  • Format: AHX AA VOC AC3 AUD AIFF AU
Betty Madigan - Joey album flac

Tracklist

Joey
And So I Walked Home

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
11716 Betty Madigan Joey ‎(10") MGM Records 11716 US 1954
K11716 Betty Madigan Joey / And So I Walked Home ‎(7") MGM Records K11716 US 1954

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Betty Madigan (born 1928 in Washington, . is an American traditional popular singer and actress. In 1954, she was rated "the newer female vocalist the greatest chance to become one of the top female vocalist names" in a poll of disc jockeys conducted by Billboard. That year, Madigan appeared on The Red Skelton Hour, The Dave Garroway Show, and The Colgate Comedy Hour. In 1956, she portrayed Martha Cratchitt in a 1956 episode of The Alcoa Hour called "The Stingiest Man in Town

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Artist: Betty Madigan. Album: Vocal & Jazz Classics, 2011. Charted at in Billboard in May 1954. Joey is the boy who paid her no attention - but finally married her. Deejays will spin. Written by Salmirs-Bernstein, James J. Kriegsmann and Herb Wiener. B-side is "And So I Walked Home".

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Betty Madigan (born 1930? in Washington, . In 1956, she portrayed Martha Cratchitt in a 1956 episode of The Alcoa Hour called "The Stingiest Man in Town

Listen to Betty Madigan Joey MP3 song. Joey song from the album Vocal Golden Collection is released on Nov 2013. The duration of song is 03:02. This song is sung by Betty Madigan.