Frankie Laine - Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits album download
|A2||Your Cheatin' Heart|
|A5||That's My Desire|
|B2||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|B3||Don't Make My Baby Blue|
|B5||That Lucky Old Sun|
|SPB-4009||Frankie Laine||Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Springboard||SPB-4009||US||Unknown|
|SPX-6011||Frankie Laine||Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits Volume Two (LP, Comp)||Springboard||SPX-6011||US||1975|
|AAS 7009, AAS-7009||Frankie Laine||Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Gat)||Amos Records, Amos Records||AAS 7009, AAS-7009||Canada||1970|
|M 5334||Frankie Laine||Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Amos Records||M 5334||US||Unknown|
|40-80569||Frankie Laine||Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||CBS||40-80569||UK||Unknown|
This is a discography for all the records released by Frankie Laine. Complete, with recording dates). 1944) "That's Liberty", "In The Wee Small Hours". 1945) Baby Baby All The Time, Heartaches, I'm Confessin', Coquette, Melancholy Madeline (with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers), Maureen (with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers), Someday Sweetheart
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax Dr Bob. 10. U - 90's Gold. Lewis Capaldi Someone You Loved.
Features Song Lyrics for Frankie Laine's Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits album. Send "Frankie Laine" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits. 0. 1. Jealousy (Jalousie). 2. Rose, Rose, I Love You.
30 Greatest Hits (Red Elvises album). Frankie Laine (1950 album). Frankie Laine (March 30, 1913 – February 6, 2007), born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio, was an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spanned 75 years, from his first concerts in 1930 with a marathon dance company to his final performance of "That's My Desire" in 2005. Often billed as "America's Number One Song Stylist", his other nicknames include "Mr. Rhythm", "Old Leather Lungs", and "Mr. Steel Tonsils".
Frankie Laine made a commercial comeback with the gold-selling "Moonlight Gambler" during the winter of 1956-1957, his first Top Ten hit since 1953. With the further impetus being the success of the then-recent Johnny Mathis compilation, Johnny's Greatest Hits (the first-ever "greatest-hits" album), Columbia Records assembled Frankie Laine's Greatest Hits, a 12-track album leading off with "Moonlight Gambler" and also featuring Laine's biggest hits of the early '50s on Columbia, "Jezebel," "Rose, Rose, I Love You