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Edna McGriff, Artie Malvin, Buddy Lucas - Freight Train mp3 herunterladen

  • Darsteller: Edna McGriff, Artie Malvin, Buddy Lucas
  • Album: Freight Train
  • Etikett: Bell Records
  • MP3: 1397 mb | FLAC: 1997 mb
  • Land: France
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  • Kategorie: Blues
Edna McGriff, Artie Malvin, Buddy Lucas - Freight Train mp3 herunterladen


1Artie MalvinFabulous
2Edna McGriffFreight Train
3Edna McGriffStart Movin'
4Buddy LucasIt's You I Love


Buddy Lucas, Edna McGriff - When My Dreamboat Comes Home, Born To Be With You 7, Single. Ronnex Records. RB 47x45. Edna McGriff, Artie Malvin, Buddy Lucas - Freight Train 7, EP. Bell Records. Freight Train, Start Movin' 1957. Album by Edna McGriff. Freight Train. is a cover of. Freight Train by Chas. McDevitt Skiffle Group 1957. INFORMATION In 1952, aged just sixteen, Edna McGriff scored her. Buddy Lucas - I Got Drunk - Продолжительность: 2:36 sea fish sea fish 8 469. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Edna McGriff Start Movin' In My McGriff December 16, 1935 March 1980 was an American rhythm and blues singer and pianist. She recorded mainly in the 1950s, and secured one hit single on the US Billboard R&B chart with Heavenly Father in 1952. The record sold over 500,000 copies. Edna McGriff was born in Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. She was educated at Washington Irving High School in New York. She released her first single, Note Droppin' Papa, Come Back, on Jubilee Records in September 1951. Edna McGriff: все альбомы, включая Don't You Just Know It , He's Got the Whole World in His Hands , And That Reminds Me и другие. Edna McGriff - Freight Train. Artist: Edna McGriff. Album: These Things Shall Be, 2007. Listen online to Edna Mcgriff - Freight Train and find out more about its history, critical reception, and Covers by Edna McGriff with Buddy Lucas and His Band of Tomorrow. I Only Have Eyes for You. Originally by Dick Powell. Released on I Only Have Eyes for You 1952. Once in a While. Originally by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. Edna McGriff had a little success as an R&B singer in the early 1950s her Heavenly Father made the R&B Top Five in 1952. By the time rock & roll had taken over the pop charts in the mid-'50s, however, she was assigned to the odd task of recording budget covers of then-current hits for the Bell label. More than half of the 29 tracks on this collection of 1954-1959 recordings are taken from her Bell releases, which were largely devoted to interpretations of rock and pop hits of the period like Mr. Lee, Pledging My Love, Dance with Me, H. Edna McGriff & Buddy Lucas. Repetition on the radio 0. Popular songs. Edna McGriff & Buddy Lucas - Confidential. Edna McGriff & Buddy Lucas - Heavenly Father. Video Clips