Me and the Hooligans on this oldie from 1961.
For a few weeks I had a scary issue with my foot and I saw a video of people dancing to this and it inspired me..
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Hello fellow singers. I like to share this song from way back when. I heard this
arrangement and I really liked it. This versions is Shirley Bassey’s she also recorded
"Poor Side of Town" is a song by Johnny Rivers that reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and the RPM Canadian Chart in November 1966.
Loved Jim Reeves version of this, so I had to try it my own self.
Lets pick it up a bit, with some Jerry Lee Lewis!!!
Well... Elvis isn't the only one who had a good time with this! Lay off my shoes, dang it to pieces!!
Another classic from the early 1970s, this one by Don McLean released in 1971 and went #1 in 1972. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy!
Bobby Darin wrote and released this song in 1962. He was a prolific songwriter and in 1956 met and fell in love with Connie Francis. He wrote songs for her but, her father hated ...Show More
"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" is a song by English rock band the Beatles. It was written and sung by John Lennon (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and released on th...Show More
LIKE WATER INTO LOVE (1997 Country) Patty Loveless
- Sorry I have not been around lately to share (or listen) with a song.
The meds they gave me for my VERY HIGH level Diabetes,...Show More
(the backing track has a small flaw in the beginning) Thanks for listening! :)
Found a backtrack for a Beatles song that they used to sing live before they were famous.. I added all the voices. Originally this song was an r&b recording by Arthur Alexande...Show More
When the British group The Propeller Heads approached Shirley Bassey with this song, she rejected it and reportedly said, "Give it to Tina Turner". She was eventually pe...Show More
"It's Only Make Believe" is a song written by Jack Nance and American country music artist Conway Twitty, and produced by MGM Records' Jim Vienneau, released by Twitty as...Show More
Singing for Osceola. Not a great backing track, but still a great John Anderson song.
Everybody do "The Fruge" - LOL - from 1966's "Sweet Charity".
From the movie "Victor/Victoria".
There's only one King of Rock and Roll of course ...
I recorded this a few years back. I don't care for showtune songs much but I think someone years ago asked me to sing this so I did.
Ron Hayes asked me to post this so I fished it...Show More
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