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9 thoughts on “ Always In My Heart - Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Roses Are Red on Discogs.3/5(6).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Roses Are Red on Discogs. Label: Epic - BN • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Vocal, Ballad, Country/5(9).
  3. Jul 26,  · Roses Are Red (My Love) - Bobby Vinton A long, long time ago On graduation day You handed me your book I signed this way: "Roses are red, my love. Violets are blue. Sugar is sweet, my love. But.
  4. Always In My Heart You Were Only Fooling Because Of You Autumn Leaves Caravan (Bobby Vinton & His Orchestra) Over And Over You Are My Sunshine (Bobby Vinton & His Orchestra) Disc 2. 1. Rain Rain Go Away 2. Trouble Is My Middle Name 3. Crying 4. Hip-Swinging, High Stepping Drum Majorette 5. I Can't Help It 6. I'm.
  5. Roses Are Red, an Album by Bobby Vinton. Released in July on Epic (catalog no. LN ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Traditional Pop, Doo-Wop.
  6. About “Roses Are Red (My Love)” Off of the album, “Roses are Red”. This smooth song was was brought back to the public ear after its use in ’s Goodfellas, by Martin Scorsese.
  7. Studio albums. Dancing at the Hop Bobby Vinton Plays for His Li'l Darlin's Roses Are Red (US #5) Bobby Vinton Sings the Big Ones (US #) The Greatest Hits of the Golden Groups Blue on Blue (reissued as Blue Velvet after the success of the hit of the same name) (US #10) There!I've Said It Again (US #8); Tell Me Why (US #31).
  8. Classified advertising Cultural Vinyls TD1 Galashiels Scottish Borders Scotland Interfaze ‎– Your Love Is Quality OLD SKOOL ELECT BOBBY VINTON -.
  9. Bobby Vinton in the early '60s was somewhat of a transitional figure, being a pop crooner in the style of the decade before, but his sentimental ballads and lush orchestral arrangements were essentially aimed at the teen market in style and substance, so his hit singles like "Roses Are Red (My Love)" and "Mr. Lonely" were heard on the radio and at teen dances nestled between .

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