Category Archives: Rock

  1. Columbia CL/CS Frankie Laine, Balladeer: Rocks And Gravel (Early In The Mornin'); Old Virginny; Cherry Red; On A Monday; Careless Love; Sixteen Tons; Jelly Coal Man; Lucy D; New Orleans; Old Blue; Stack Of Blues; And Doesn't She Roll – (reissued as part of Real Gone Musc RGMCD Eight Classic Albums in ) Rondo RS
  2. 45cat - discographies, discussions, discoveries. Welcome to 45cat, an online archive dedicated to the magic of the vinyl seven inch single (or 7" or 45). Discuss, rate, review or simply admire some of the 1,, records, or help add some more.
  3. Frankie Laine Album. Eight Classic Albums The Best Of Frankie Laine I Believe Frankie Laine I Love Country.
  4. Frankie Laine - Eight Classic Albums (4CD Boxset) [] (flac) Disc 1: Hell Bent For Leather [] & Torchin' [] Wanted Man () High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) () Jelly Coal Man () Lucy D () New Orleans () Old Blue () Stack Of Blue () And Doesn't She Roll () Besame.
  5. Rolling Stone's Immortals of Rock & Roll. Back in , Rolling Stone magazine celebrated the 50th birthday of rock & roll by compiling a list of the 50 greatest artists of all-time calling them "The Immortals." A year later, they added 50 more to the list. Here is how they did it:The Immortals began last year with the creation of a panel of fifty-five top musicians, historians, industry.
  6. CD. Frankie Laine ‎– Eight Classic Albums 4xCD New Sealed. Sold for USD on (Buy It Now) FRANKIE LAINE = Jelly Coal Man = MINT = PHILIPS PB = Popcorn R&B Dancer Sold for USD on (Buy It Now).
  7. Stand by Your Man Harper Valley P.T.A. Once a Day Rose Garden Coal Miner's Daughter Hello Darlin' Lead Me On I Will Always Love You Crazy Arms Wolverton Mountain From a Jack to a King Six Days on the Road She Thinks I Still Care Saginaw, Michigan Flowers on the Wall Almost Persuaded Folsom Prison Blues [Live] Why Baby Why.
  8. Frankie Laine, born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio (March 30, - February 6, ), was a successful American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spanned 75 years, from his first concerts in with a marathon dance company to his final performance of "That's My Desire" in Often billed as America's Number One Song Stylist, his other nicknames include Mr. Rhythm, Old Leather Lungs.

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