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9 thoughts on “ Fanny - Living Strings - Where Did The Night Go With The Living Strings (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Where Did The Night Go 0 | 0: RCA Camden CAS Where Did The Night Go | Fanny | Anyone Would Love You | F.D.R. Jones | Wish You Were Here | Have I Told You Lately | Restless Heart | Who Knows | One Of These Fine Days | I Have To Tell You: Music For Young Lovers with Trumpet 1 | 0: RCA Camden CAS
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Living Strings - Where Did The Night Go at Discogs. Complete your Living Strings collection.
  3. Living Strings - Where Did The Night Go 33 (Vinyl) $ + $ shipping "The Sweetheart Tree" by THE LIVING STRINGS 33rpm VINYL CAS W/ Shrink Wrap. $ Living Strings Play The Waltz You Saved For Me Vinyl 33 LP Record Album EX $ shipping: + $ shipping. Living Strings - The Sound Of Christmas - NM Camden vinyl LP Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. The Living Strings series, from RCA Camden, was featured prominently. Although there were at least a half dozen conductor/arrangers involved with these wonderful instrumental releases, there has never been a doubt in my mind that Johnny Douglas was responsible for bringing The Living Strings "to life!" "Where Did The Night Go" features twenty /5(12).
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  6. Feb 20,  · Here in southern Scotland a local band, in the 70s, used to cover Charity Ball and Special Care. These are of the same album: Fanny Charity Ball and I have had the vinyl since that time. The version of the band in the video has sisters, Jean and June Millington, bass and guitar, Alice de Buhr, drums and Nickey Barclay, keyboards.
  7. Jul 11,  · Go to subcategory : Author: Content Dulcima Records, will be releasing the three Christmas albums that her father did with The Living Strings and Living Voices! The three LPs are The Spirit Of Christmas (), White Christmas (), and A Christmas Songbook ().
  8. The Living Guitars and The Living Strings Were Each Part of the “Living” Family of Ensembles Created by RCA Producer Ethel Gabriel to Capitalize on the Success of RCA’s Living Stereo Series The Living Guitars’ Album The Joy of Christmas Set Beautiful Guitar Interplay to Bass and Drums for a Groovy Jazz-Meets-Easy.
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Living Strings Collection: Where Did the Night Go - Johnny Douglas on AllMusic -

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