8 thoughts on I Got Troubles - Frank Scheeren - I Got Troubles / Sugarwood Mountain (Vinyl)

  1. Malajinn   Voshicage
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for When You're Smiling [CD 1] - Frank Sinatra on AllMusic -
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  2. Shakarisar   Meramar
    "You've Got Your Troubles" was the fifth single released by The Fortunes, written by the noted songwriting team of Roger Greenaway and Roger Cook, who also wrote "Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)."It was The Fortunes' most successful single and the .
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  3. Basida   Gurr
    Description. Offered for sale is a very rare stereo US pressing of the first LP by The Fortunes, usually called “You’ve Got Your Troubles”. About this copy: The cover is VG, with moderate wear on the left side of the front and a bit of ring wear on the back zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo is some cellophane tape on the spine of the cover, but it appears that it was placed there to prevent a split, rather.
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  4. Nezragore   Nizshura
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Some Nice Things I've Missed on Discogs.
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  5. Yozshujas   Fecage
    Jul 18,  · The Fortunes Live! You've Got Your Troubles. Another big hit for the band in
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  6. Gora   Nejora
    7" Single on 45cat: Frank Scheeren - I Got Troubles / Sugarwood Mountains - Style - USA -
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  7. Nikolabar   Maumuro
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Strangers In The Night / Summer Wind on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - GRE • Series: Back To Back Hits • Format: Vinyl 7 Frank Sinatra - Strangers In The Night / Summer Wind (Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  8. Kejind   Tokazahn
    It's probably not a surprise that the swooping and slow orchestral arrangement that kicks off How Strange It Seems could be from some prime Jimmy Webb or Bacharach/David-written piece from the s -- or that Brent Cash's title for that first piece is "I Wish I Were a Song," which he sweetly and gently sings. Like his debut solo effort, How Strange is definitely an indulgence in a kind of pop.
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