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Guy Mitchell - Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas album

Guy Mitchell - Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas album
  • Performer Guy Mitchell
  • Title Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas
  • Date of release 1956
  • Country US
  • Style Pop Rock
  • Other formats MIDI MMF AIFF MP4 MPC VOC AAC
  • Genre Rock / Pop
  • Size MP3 1894 mb
  • Size FLAC 1700 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 498

Guy Mitchell (born Albert George Cernik; February 22, 1927 – July 1, 1999) was an American pop singer and actor, successful in his homeland, the UK, and Australia. He sold 44 million records, including six million-selling singles. In the fall of 1957, Mitchell starred in ABC's The Guy Mitchell Show. Finders Keepers" b/w "I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas". The album was entitled "20 Golden Pieces of Guy Mitchell" (not to be confused with "20 Golden Greats" by Mitchell released in 1979). The songs on the album are:- Side 1.

4-40724 Guy Mitchell. Finders Keepers, I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas (7", Single). Finders Keepers, I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas (7", Single, Promo). Label Category Country Year.

Finders Keepers: Motown Girls 1961-67. And that is indeed true: half of these 24 songs are unissued, while much of the rest were unearthed at a relatively recent vintage, either in the late '90s or early 2000s.

Finders Keepers" is a song by English singer and songwriter Mabel that features Kojo Funds. The song comes from Mabel's debut EP Bedroom and from her debut mixtape Ivy to Roses (both 2017). By 8 November 2017, the song had peaked at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart. It will be included on Mabel's debut studio album, High Expectations. The music video was uploaded to Mabel's Vevo page on YouTube on 17 August 2017

Finders Keepers book. From the author of The Graham Cracker Plot, a story about two friends playing finders keepers for the missing loot of Al Capone. Christa spends every summer at the most awesome place in the whole world: her family's cabin on Whitefish Lake in Wisconsin. Only her dad recently lost his job and her parents have decided to sell the cabin. This is a great mid-grade story that any age will like. There is a great adventure with lots of imagination. Sep 03, 2015 Julie Williams rated it really liked it.

Alternatively we could just say The Moomins and, for many, things would instantly begin to make perfect sense. Collected here, all in one place for the first time, Finders Keepers in close collaboration with the original composers finally bring the original homemade micro-melodies and reintroduce them to a musical landscape where fans of vintage electronics, concrète tape effects, pocket percussion and domestic synths are finally ready to be reunited with the magnetic music of Moominvalley.

ture me about life, not after spending the last twenty years hiding away from the world like a rat in a hole. This old criticism-how dare you leave the Fame Table?- sparked Rothstein’s anger into full-blown rage-the sort of glass-throwing, furniture-smashing rage both Peggy and Yolande would have recognized-and he was glad. Of course there would be head-lines, and I’d gotten plenty of those even before that damned Time story. but if he pulls the trigger, I won’t have to read them. You’re stupid, Rothstein said. All at once he was in a kind of.

Tracklist

A Finders Keepers
B I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4-40724 Guy Mitchell Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas ‎(7", Single) Columbia 4-40724 US 1956
KP-080 Guy Mitchell Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas ‎(Shellac, 10") Coronet KP-080 New Zealand Unknown
40724 Guy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll And His Orchestra And Chorus Guy Mitchell With Jimmy Carroll And His Orchestra And Chorus - Finders Keepers / I'd Like To Say A Few Words About Texas ‎(Shellac, 10") Columbia 40724 US 1956