Vic Damone Hmmmmm!! "Turn Around" is actually a really good uptempo soul record in the same vein as Gene McDaniels !! Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 2 For Sale from €. 8.
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Album Lost & Found. Lost & Found Lyrics. Yeah like that, sounds cool. I never thought you would stay around It felt way too good to be real (to be real) I heard that good things don't last a while Please don't be the one to leave first They say we're way too young to get the job done Are we really too young to be having so much fun? 'Cause I'm not quite sure right now I don't really understand how I am ever really gonna be in love with you 'Cause I never even thought you would want me too I am gone now. Why do we all fall down with innocence still on the ground? Ohhh ohh ohh ohhhh Why do we all fall down and.
Lost & Found is the third studio album by American R&B and jazz singer-songwriter Ledisi, released August 28, 2007 on Verve Records. It is her major-label debut after releasing two independent albums with her producing partner and keyboardist Sundra Manning on their label LeSun Records.
Thankfully, the album itself is good enough that it can be enjoyed on its own terms
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Damone was initially able to dodge the rock & roll bullet, but his career momentum soon ground to a near halt. He had only one more Top 20 single, 1957's "An Affair to Remember (Our Love Affair)," and he was slowly forced to try reinventing himself as an album artist and an interpretive singer for adult audiences. Damone moved on to Warner Bros. for a one-off album, You Were Only Fooling, in 1965; its title cut gave Damone a last hurrah on the singles charts. Damone next moved on to RCA and made a few recordings in the late '60s, but by this time he was primarily a TV personality and frequent variety-show guest. Damone subsequently enjoyed a steady career touring nightclubs and casinos around the country, and experienced something of a renaissance in the . during the early '80s.
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Written-By – Raleigh*, Barkan*
Written-By – Weisman*, Wayne*
- Arranged By, Conductor – Bill Justis
- Producer – Jimmy Bowen
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