1967 R&B, Soul, Rock) Aretha Franklin
Another...Fool (in the title) Song.
love doing duets with ifyousayso, thank you Billy
one of my favorite Duets with a singer that can sing anything, thank you
Saddle up, pack your saddle bags, fill your canteen. Let's go camping.
I`m back in the saddle again
Out where a friend is a friend
Where the lon...Show More
Had great fun doing this one, 2 mics and an echo chamber, trying to capture the sound you'd get in a big hall. Hope you like the result..... The original on youtube is well worth a...Show More
Song by The Carpenters, 1971. Nice to be here again! As always, any comments and suggestions are welcome!!
Aint it the truth darling.....Jerry Lee Lewis tune. hope you enjoy
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
"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
Here's another oldie from the fab four ...
So many of those yesterdays have been lived. ---------
It seems the love I've known
Has always been the most destructive kind
I guess that's why now
I feel so old
Before my ...Show More
I've always loved the Eagles and this is one of my favorites. It was their first single released in 1972. Thanks for listening and hope you enjoy.
The words say it all!
Me and my other self singing this in harmony! :)
STUPID CUPID__Connie Francis (1958 RnR)
It was our 37th wedding anniversary 3 days ago and I re-recorded this for my darling wife Chrissie.
"Portrait of My Love" is a song written by Norman Newell and Cyril Or...Show More
"Someone To Watch Over Me" Frank Sinatra
"Concepts Disc 13" Trk:14 1992
George Gershwin; Ira Gershwin
There's a ...Show More
After the Lovin'" is a single by Engelbert Humperdinck, Produced by Joel Diamond for Silver Blue Productions, composed by Ritchie Adams with lyrics by Alan Bernstein. The sing...Show More
After Midnight" is a rock song by J. J. Cale, first released in 1966. Eric Clapton later covered it for his eponymous album, released in 1970. Clapton's rendition became a suc...Show More
Because by The Dave Clark Five.
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