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Thursday, July 26, 2018

The Road To Romance - Dorothy Lamour

Don't Ever Leave Me
The Road The Romance
Dorothy Lamour
Design DLP 45

From Billboard - May 19, 1958: Dotty Lamour's knowledgeable way with the lyric of a pop song shows thur on this low-pricer. Never blessed with a dynamic voice, she nevertheless exacts maximum mileage from a group of standards and oldies. Backing by George Norman Ork and an unnamed vocal group is adept. Sound is good. Fans of the Crosby-Hope-Lamour "Road" films may go for this, out of sentimental memories.

You're Mine You
Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?
Why Was I Born
Can't Help Loving That Man
I Can't Tell You Why I Love You
Don't Ever Leave Me
My Bill
That Old Feeling
Aloha Oe

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