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Frankie Vaughan With Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Happy Days And Lonely Nights / Danger Signs Mp3


Performer: Frankie Vaughan With Geoff Love & His Orchestra
Genre: Pop
Title: Happy Days And Lonely Nights / Danger Signs
Country: UK
Released: 1954
Style: Vocal
Label: His Master's Voice
Catalog Number: B.10783
FLAC version ZIP size: 1133 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1088 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1611 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 770

Tracklist

1Danger Signs
Written-By – Raleigh, Koslo
2Happy Days And Lonely Nights
Written-By – Rose, Fisher

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7M 270Frankie Vaughan With Geoff Love & His Orchestra Frankie Vaughan With Geoff Love & His Orchestra - Happy Days And Lonely Nights / Danger Signs ‎(7", Single)His Master's Voice7M 270UKUnknown

Album

Happy Days and Lonely Nights - Frankie Vaughan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Happy Days and Lonely Nights is a torch song written by Billy Rose and Fred Fisher, which Ruth Etting introduced in 1928. The song was successfully revived in the 1950s in the US by the Fontane Sisters and in the UK most successfully by Ruby Murray. Ruth Etting made her recording of the song in New York City on 24 May 1928 for release on Columbia Records. This version was ranked as high as 9 on the hit parade. Watch the video for Happy Days & Lonely Nights from Frankie Vaughan's The Best Of The EMI Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The name Vaughan came from a grandmother whose first grandson he was, who used to call Frank my number one grandson, in whose Russian accent one sounded like Vaughan. In his early life, he was a member of the Lancaster Lads Club, a member group of the National Association of Boys' Clubs in the UK, and in his career he was a major contributor to the clubs, dedicating read more. Frankie Vaughan, CBE 3 February 1928-17 May 1999 was a singer of traditional pop music in the United Kingdom. Happy Days and Lonely Nights On Your Collar - Connie Francis. Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Mad World. Take Me Home, Country Roads. Happy Days and Lonely Nights - The Fontane Sisters. Happy Days and Lonely Nights. This song is by Frankie Vaughan and appears on the live album Frankie Vaughan at the London Palladium 1959. With the parting of the waysYou took all my happy daysAnd left me lonely nights. Morning never comes too soonI can face the afternoonBut oh, those lonely nights. I feel your arms around meYour kisses linger yetYou taught me how to love youNow teach me to forget. You broke my heart in a million waysWhen you took my happy daysAnd left me lonely nights