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7 thoughts on “ Nevertheless (Im In Love With You) - Various - Female Vocalists Of The 1950s

  1. "Nevertheless I'm in Love with You" (sometimes referred to simply as "Nevertheless") is a popular song written by Harry Ruby with lyrics by Bert Kalmar, first published in The song was a hit for Jack Denny in , [1] and was revisited in by The Mills Brothers, Paul Weston, Ray Anthony, Ralph Flanagan, Frankie Laine and Frank Composer(s): Harry Ruby.
  2. YOUR HIT PARADE sponsored by American Tobacco's Lucky Strike Cigarettes was broadcast from to on radio and to on television. During this 24 year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 various singers or groups. Many listeners and viewers casually referred to the show with the incorrect title of "The Hit Parade".
  3. Ruby Murray discography and songs: Music profile for Ruby Murray, born 29 March Genres: Traditional Pop. Albums include Let Me Go Lover / Happy Days and Lonely Nights, Greatest Hits of the 50's, and Millennium: 40 Hits of
  4. Sep 28,  · Obscure & Neglected Female Singers Of Jazz & Standards (s to s) I'm In Love Again - April Stevens Sweet Violets - Jane Turzy (CD Debut) speaking of "the time" being the s: There was a singer of the time by whom I was something less than enthralled, one who came, as it were, from the wrong side of the musical tracks.
  5. Ronnie Spector is an American singer. Spector was the lead singer of the rock/pop vocal girl group The Ronettes, who had a string of hits during the early to mids such as "Be My Baby", "Baby, I Love You" and "The Best Part of Breakin' Up". Subsequently, Ronnie Spector launched her solo career.
  6. Sep 04,  · While you will find famous names such as Anne Shelton, Ruby Murray, Alma Cogan and Eve Boswell on this 3 CD, 69 track compilation, you will search in vain to find any major hit of theirs here. A lot of it has a somewhat stereotypical approach - romantic ballads sung usually with a /5(4).
  7. Melody of Love: Great 50's Love Songs spotlights original hits from that era by the artists who made them famous. This volume samples 75 tracks over three CDs and includes the original versions of "April Love" (), "Chances Are" (Johnny Mathis), and "Diana" (), in addition to classic tracks by Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, and Sam Cooke.6/

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