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Ray Peterson - Goodnight My Love, Pleasant Dreams (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Mejinn
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    Ray Peterson. Ray Peterson (April 23, – January 25, ) was an American pop music singer who was best remembered for singing "Tell Laura I Love Her" and "Corrine, Corrina" in the s. Update this biography» Complete biography of Ray Peterson».
  • Malakree
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    Ray Peterson The Very Best Of Ray Peterson NEAR MINT MGM Records Vinyl LP Favourite Auctions Ray Peterson: Goodnight My Love (Pleasant Dreams) / Till Then: RCA Victor: 7", 45 RPM,, US: Ray Peterson: Corinna Corinna: Heliodor: 7", Single, 45 RPM, Germany.
  • Tygoll
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    Ray Peterson discography and songs: Music profile for Ray Peterson, born 23 April Genres: Teen Pop, Pop. Albums include Back to Mono (), Corinna, Corinna / Be My .
  • Gogul
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    Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her (LP) - conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your.
  • Mijas
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    A2 –Ray Peterson The Wonder Of You. A4 –Ray Peterson Till Then. A5 –Ray Peterson With Shorty Rogers And His Orchestra, Jack Halloran Singers Suddenly A6 –Ray Peterson Goodnight My Love (Pleasant Dreams) End date: Jun 16,
  • Akihn
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    Goodnight my love Pleasant dreams and Sleep tight my love May tomorrow be sunny and bright, And bring you closer to me. Before you go There's just one thing I want to know Is your love still warm for me, Or has it grown cold? If you should awake In the still of the night Please have no fear. For I'll be there You know I care Please give your.
  • Shakaran
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    Collectables' reissue of Ray Peterson's RCA debut album, Tell Laura I Love Her, naturally features the hit title track, perhaps the definitive teen death song of the early '60s. The remainder of the disc contains the other 11 songs on the original record, which are all in a similar albeit less morbid vein.
  • Kidal
    says:
    What fascinated me about Ray Peterson in the s was that he had polio, taught himself to sing, and had a range of 3 and a half octaves. I owned the vinyl LP album of this name and probably wore out some of the cuts: not only Tell Laura I Love Her and The Wonder of You, but also Fever, Answer Me My Love, and Goodnight My conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.cos:
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