October 2

Everybodys Rockin! - Shirley And Lee - The Best Of Shirley & Lee (Vinyl, LP)

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Posted 06.11.2019 by JoJot in category "Classic Rock


  1. By Mazukree on
    The track listing of this song disc is based on the double-LP Shirley & Lee compilation in United Artists' Legendary Masters series, with "I Feel Good" substituted for "Do You Mean to Hurt Me So." Spanning their work for Aladdin, it's comprehensive enough to serve as a best-of, particularly as it included the four songs that are by far their most famous cuts: "Let the Good.
  2. By Samur on
    Shirley & Lee were the first and best of the young male-female duos in R&B during the early '50s.
  3. By Shakazil on
    Shirley & Lee song lyrics collection. Browse 20 lyrics and Shirley & Lee albums. Lyrics. Everybody's Rockin' With Shirley & Lee. Jump Blue: Rockin' the Jukes. The Aladdin Records Story. The Very Best Golden Oldies Vocal Duets with Ray Charles, The 50 Best Duets Ever.
  4. By Bazil on
    May 03,  · Remember darling, I love you so. but the time has come I must let you go. I know it's going to hurt you, yes it will make you cry. but so long baby, so .
  5. By JoJorisar on
    Format: Vinyl Record LP, ACE Records. UK release from Teenage singing and songwriting duo Shirley Goodman and Leonard Lee. Quality s re-issue of classic Rhythm & Blues tracks. Originally released on the US Capitol label.5/5(1).
  6. By Mezizuru on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Shirley & Lee on Discogs/5(3).
  7. By Zum on
    Everybody's Rockin' Rockin' With The Clock Vocals – Shirley And Lee; Written-By – Leonard Lee (tracks: 1 to 12, 14 to 30) Notes Based on a double-LP compilation by United Artists Records CD reissue co-ordinated by John Broven. Special thanks to Galen Gart and Victor Pearlin. Front cover photograph courtesy of Michael Ochs.
  8. By Dam on
    Shirley Lee is not the daughter of Shirley & Lee, but a dude who fronts the UK band Spearmint, and this is his first solo CD. Lee doesn't have a great voice, but it's pleasant enough, and that pretty much describes this album too, light and breezy, good songs with a beat for the most part/5(5).

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