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You Broke Your Promise - Kay Starr - Kay Starr (CD, Album)

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  1. Another double CD offering from Jasmine. Featuring three Kay Starr albums in their entirety for the first time, "Song By Kay Starr", "The Kay Starr Style" and "Kay Starr In A Blue Mood" Plus more!. Boasting the big hits "Side By Side", "When My Dreamboat Comes Home" and the original "Rock And Roll Waltz".
  2. Collection (4-CD) by Kay Starr - CD () for $ from flexomercorligasireserlihati.xyzinfo Vocals - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Album When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World) / Only When You're Lonely Single Friends / Together Again Single To Each His Own / Make A Circle Single Kay Starr Sings Album Just Plain Country Album Rockin' With Kay Single Kay Starr: Jazz Singer Album Wheel Of Fortune Single Losers, Weepers.
  4. You Broke Your Promise: Kay Starr with Frank De Vol & His Orchestra: The Wabash Cannonball: Kay Starr with Orchestra Conducted By Merle Travis: Poor Papa: Kay Starr with Orchestra Conducted By Frank De Vol: There's Yes, Yes In Your Eyes: Kay Starr with Orchestra Conducted By Frank De Vol: A Game Of Broken Hearts: Kay Starr with.
  5. I'll Always Be In Love With You: 3: If You Love Me (Really Love Me) 4: Come's A-long A'Love: 5: Two Brothers: 6: Lovesick Blues: 7: Side By Side: 8: You've Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night: 9: If I Could Be With You: Mississippi: Bonaparte's Retreat: You Broke Your Promise: Half A Photograph: Come On-A My House: I Wanna Love.
  6. This triple CD features 75 tracks that Kay recorded for Capitol, including most of the hits that she had with them; however, a few of them are re-recordings that Kay made in the sixties rather than the original hits. The liner notes explain that some of these re-recordings made their CD debut here, so that's why they were included/5(16).
  7. 29) Maybe You'll Be There 30) He's Funny That Way 31) Who Hit Me 32) For You 33) Down Among the Sheltering Palms 34) Was That the Human Thing to Do 35) You Broke Your Promise 36) Here I'll Stay 37) It's Too Soon to Know 38) Missouri Waltz 39) Lonesome 40) Powder Your Face with Sunshine 41) This Next Tune Was a Product of the Torrid '20S.
  8. Catherine Laverne Starks (July 21, – November 3, ), known professionally as Kay Starr, was an American pop and jazz singer who enjoyed considerable success in the late s and s. She was of Iroquois and Irish heritage. Starr was successful in every field of music she tried (jazz, pop, and country), but her roots were in jazz.

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