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Eddie Rambeau - I'm The Sky album

Eddie Rambeau - I'm The Sky album
  • Performer Eddie Rambeau
  • Title I'm The Sky
  • Date of release 1966
  • Country US
  • Other formats MP3 MOD RA WMA VOX AAC MMF
  • Genre Rock / Pop
  • Size MP3 1182 mb
  • Size FLAC 1298 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 583

Eddie Rambeau (born Edward Cletus Fluri; 30 June 1943, Hazleton, Pennsylvania) is an American singer, songwriter, and actor. While performing in a high-school musical he had written, Rambeau met songwriter and musician Bud Rehak, who went on to become his manager. With Rehak playing the piano, Rambeau sang at record hops and the like, where he impressed deejays with his talent. One of the deejays, Jim Ward from Plymouth, Pennsylvania, set up an audition for Rambeau at Swan Records

Eddie Rambeau Concrete and Clay. Eddie Rambeau Thinkin' About You Baby. Eddie Rambeau My Name Is Mud. 02:37. Eddie Rambeau (Her Name Is) Toni (1961). Eddie Rambeau Skin Divin'. Eddie Rambeau Come Closer (20Th Century-Fox 491) (1964). Eddie Rambeau The Train. Eddie Rambeau (Look for the ) Rainbow. Eddie Rambeau I Just Need Your Love. Eddie Rambeau Skin Divin' (1961).

Artist: Eddie Rambeau. Album: Concrete And Clay. Eddie Rambeau - It's Not A Game Anymore 02:15. Eddie Rambeau - Girl Don't Come 01:56. Eddie Rambeau: best 2 tracks. Eddie Rambeau - (Look For The) Rainbow Concrete and Clay, 2011 02:12. Eddie Rambeau - King Of The Road Concrete and Clay, 2011 02:51. Artist: Eddie Rambeau.

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Eddie Rambeau - Songs. Ed Rambeau is a pop-rock singer-songwriter who had a string of hits in the 1960s. His best known songs include "Concrete & Clay" (1965), "My Name Is Mud" (1965), "The Train" (1965), "Clock" (1965), and "Lover's Medley" (with Marcy Jo) (1963). His many songwriting successes include Diane Renay's 1964 hit songs, "Navy Blue" and "Kiss Me Sailor. Rambeau later became a music producer, and he has also appeared as an actor on Broadway.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I'm The Sky
Written-By – Norma Tanega
B I Just Need Your Love
Written-By – Bud Rehak, Rambeau*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Bob Crewe

Notes

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
217 Eddie Rambeau I'm The Sky / I Just Need Your Love ‎(7", Promo) Dynovoice Records 217 US 1966
217 Eddie Rambeau I'm The Sky / I Just Need Your Love ‎(7") Dynovoice Records 217 US 1966