- Performer Maureen Evans
- Title Paper Roses
- Style Vocal, Ballad
- Other formats ASF AA AAC VOX AIFF MP2 RA
- Genre Pop
- Size MP3 1518 mb
- Size FLAC 1343 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 636
Watch the video for Paper Roses from Maureen Evans's 60 From The Sixties Volume 5 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Real Name: Maureen Evans Birth Date: 23rd March 1940 Birth Place: Cardiff Maureen was drawn towards the stage while still in her childhood and had several stage shows before beginning her recording career. View full artist profile.
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Maureen Evans (born 23 March 1940, Cardiff, Wales) is a Welsh pop singer who achieved fame briefly in the 1960s. Evans career began as a singer with Waldini's Gypsy Band in the mid-1950s, mainly doing summer seasons at UK holiday resorts such as Llandudno. She released her first singles in 1958 on the Embassy Records label. Her version of Connie Francis’ "Stupid Cupid" is believed to have outsold the original selling around one million copies. Artist: Maureen Evans. Album: That's Love! Rockin' Hits of the '50s. Download Maureen Evans - Paper Roses.
Complete your Maureen Evans collection. Paper Roses (7", Single). Top Songs By Maureen Evans. 1. Like I Do. 2. I Love How You Love Me. 308. 3. The Big Hurt. 250. 4. Goodness Gracious Me (Bonus Track). Maureen Evans & Brian Matthew. 243. 5. Acapulco Mexico. 223. 6. Starlight Starbright.
Слушайте Paper Roses от Maureen Evans из альбома I Remember, Vol. 7 - the Story of Pop. Deezer: бесплатная потоковая трансляция музыки. Слушайте более 53 млн треков, создавайте свои плейлисты и делитесь любимыми песнями с друзьями. Maureen Evans Время : 02:11. Этот трек есть в следующих 5 альбомах: Black & White, Vol. 5 (50 Songs - Original Recordings). Classic Singles Club, Vol. 5 - 50 Original Recordings. I Remember, Vol. I Love Pop, Vol. 5 (60 Songs - Original Recordings). Juckebox 60's Collection, Vol. 8.
Paper Roses is the debut studio album by American country music singer, Marie Osmond. It was released in 1973 on MGM Records. It was the first of three MGM/Kolob albums Osmond would record as solo artist. The album's name came from its title track, "Paper Roses," a cover of an Anita Bryant Top 10 hit from 1961. Osmond's version reached on the Billboard Country Chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973. Osmond became the first female country singer to have a hit with her debut single since Connie Smith with "Once a Day" in 1964.
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