SAINT ETIENNE PRESENTS SONGS FOR THE LYONS CORNERHOUSE - Various Artists

SAINT ETIENNE PRESENTS SONGS FOR THE LYONS CORNERHOUSE
The keenly awaited follow up to the innovative and ground-breaking compilations - Songs For Mario’s Café and Songs For The Dog And Duck.          

Compiled with knowledge and TLC by Bob Stanley… this is a glorious slice of life from those halcyon Pre-Rock days.          
Features many era defining artists and household names such as Frankie Laine, Al Martino, Dickie Valentine, Eddie Calvert and Peggy Lee.          

The audio delight is accompanied by a jam-packed booklet featuring many label shots and some gorgeous ephemera.          
Transport yourself back to a less complicated time and pour yourself a nice cup of tea and then crank up the volume on your gramophone…   

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Code: CDMRED529
Weight: 200
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1. YOU BELONG TO ME – Jo Stafford
2. MAKE IT SOON – Tony Brent
3. COMES ALONG A LOVE – Kay Starr
4. BLOWING WILD – Frankie Laine
5. LIMELIGHT – Ron Goodwin
6. STOWAWAY – Barbara Lyon
7. TENESSEE WIG WALK – Bonnie Lou
8. OH MEIN PAPA – Eddie Calvert
9. THE GLOW WORM – The Mills Brothers
10. THE GREAT PRETENDER – Jimmy Parkinson
11. THE BREEZE AND I – Caterina Valente
12. WANTED – Al Martino
13. MOULIN ROUGE - Mantovani
14. LEAVE ME ALONE – Lita Roza
15. THEME FROM THE THREEPENNY OPERA – Billy Vaughan
16. THE STORY OF TINA – Ronnie Harris
17. FINGER OF SUSPICION – Dickie Valentine
18. COME ON A MY HOUSE – Rosemary Clooney
19. LITTLE RED MONKEY – Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra
20. HUMMINGBIRD – Frankie Laine
21. IT’S ALMOST TOMORROW – The Dreamweavers
22. POOR PEOPLE OF PARIS – Winifred Atwell
23. JOHNNY GUITAR – Peggy Lee
24. BLUE STAR (THE MEDIC THEME) – Cyril Stapleton
25. COUNT YOUR BLESSING – Bing Crosby




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