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Susan Maughan - Baby Doll Twist album

Susan Maughan - Baby Doll Twist album
  • Performer Susan Maughan
  • Title Baby Doll Twist
  • Date of release 1962
  • Style Twist
  • Other formats DMF DXD DTS XM MIDI VQF AUD
  • Genre Pop
  • Size MP3 1204 mb
  • Size FLAC 1324 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 698

Baby Doll Twist · Susan Maughan. 2014 Ling Music Group.

Susan Maughan (born Marion Susan Maughan, 1 July 1942, Consett, County Durham, England) is a British singer who released a series of reasonably successful singles in the 1960s. Her most famous, and successful, song is "Bobby's Girl", which reached number three in the UK Singles Chart at Christmas time in 1962. The recording was a cover of Marcie Blane's . Maughan also sang the title song of the second Charles Vine low budget superspy film Where the Bullets Fly (1966). Perennially popular, Maughan now performs frequent summer seasons at Blackpool.

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Baby Doll Twist (Broken Doll). Susan Maughan was cute, pert and - oh yes - had a great singing voice. Her career as a chart artist however was - in common with very many other good performers of the day - effectively ended by Beatlemania and all that came in its wake. This compilation more than amply illustrates what a fine singer Susan Maughan was, and it is good to know that she did.

album: My Beach Baby. Baron Twist & His Knights, Rudy Grant, Sketto Richards - Hush Baby. album: Ska 100 - 100 Classic Ska and Bluebeat Tracks, Vol. 3. Joey Dee, Joey Dee & The Starliters - Baby, You're Driving Me Crazy. album: Pippermint Twisters: The 1960-1962 Recordings. Yemi Sax - Baby Hello. album: Just a Little Twist of Sax. The Jones - Casas da Banha, Zorba, O Grego, Yes Sir, That's My Baby, When The Saints Go Marching In, Let's Twist Again, O Circo. Susan Maughan - Baby Doll Twist. Renato e seus Blue Caps - Cuide Certinho Do Meu Bem (Take Good Care Of My Baby). Bob Corritore - The Twist. album: Bob Corritore & Friends: Do the Hip-Shake Baby! Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been Beautiful Baby. The Isley Brothers - Rubberleg Twist.

Susan Maughan's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. b. 1 July 1942, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne And Wear, England. 1. Bio & Contact. Top 8. Top Tracks, View All. Kiss Me Sailor. The Best of Susan Maughan.

Find the song lyrics for Susan Maughan - Top Tracks. Top Songs By Susan Maughan. 330. Little Things Mean A Lot. Susan Maughan. 145. 4. Come A Little Closer. 127. 5. Hand A Handkerchief To Helen. 118. 6. Mama Do The Twist. 107. 7. I've Got To Learn To Forget. 103. 8. Where The Bullets Fly.

Susan Maughan (born Marian Maughan, 1 July 1938,) is an English singer who released successful singles in the 1960s. Her most famous and successful song, "Bobby's Girl" (a cover of the Marcie Blane single), reached number three in the UK Singles Chart at Christmas time in 1962  . Maughan was born in Consett, County Durham. The sleeve notes on her 1963 album, written by John Franz, stated that. Susan's family moved to Birmingham (in 1953) when Susan was 15. She started work there as a shorthand typist, but all the time she scanned the musical press to see if any band leaders needed a girl singer. Baby Doll Twist" – (1962) – Philips. Mama Do The Twist" – (1962) – Philips. Bobby's Girl" – (1962) – Philips – UK No. 3, Ireland No. 6, Israel No.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Baby Doll Twist
Written-By – Clifford Harris*, James W. Tate
B Some Of These Days
Written-By – Shelton Brooks

Credits

  • Orchestra, Chorus – Wally Stott And His Orchestra And Chorus

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For her second release, we find Susan in an up tempo mood again. I thought this was the better of her first two singles, and felt it should have been a hit. (Mind you, I would say that, as I'm biased, as Susan is one of my favourite singers.) I wasn't sure at the time, and still aren't now, if adding the word 'Twist' on the end of the title (as happened on a number of records of this vintage), actually persuaded anyone to go out and buy it, who wouldn't have done so otherwise......