This is a discography for all the records released by Frankie Laine. Complete, with recording dates). 1944) "That's Liberty", "In The Wee Small Hours". 1945) Baby Baby All The Time, Heartaches, I'm Confessin', Coquette, Melancholy Madeline (with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers), Maureen (with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers), Someday Sweetheart
Frankie laine's greatest hits. Columbia 2-EYE-CS-8636. Splits to the seam or spine will not exceed 5" in length. VG Record will show several of the kinds of visible imperfections. Frankie Laine""s Greatest Hits. Frankie laine's greatest hits vinyl that's my desire CS 8636 new sealed. Amos r ecord album no. VERY GOOD PLUS: A previous owner took good care of the vinyl, there may be light scratches including light scuff marks that should not affect the listening experience
Great LP of Frankie's greatest hits. I think vinyl still has the best sound. Album was in good shape, great transaction. original recording from his original album and music is excellent to play in home or have for car but. Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase.
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Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits. Released by Sony Music Jun 1997 12 Tracks. Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits is a English album released on Jun 1997. This album is composed by shanklin. Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits Album has 12 songs sung by Frankie Laine. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Frankie Laine made a commercial comeback with the gold-selling "Moonlight Gambler" during the winter of 1956-1957, his first Top Ten hit since 1953. With the further impetus being the success of the then-recent Johnny Mathis compilation, Johnny's Greatest Hits (the first-ever "greatest-hits" album), Columbia Records assembled Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits, a 12-track album leading off with "Moonlight Gambler" and also featuring Laine's biggest hits of the early '50s on Columbia, "Jezebel," "Rose, Rose, I Love You