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Johnny Farnham - Number One album download

Performer:

Johnny Farnham

Title:

Number One

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

1685 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Vocal

Country:

Australia

Date of release:

1970

Johnny Farnham - Number One album download

Tracklist

One 2:49
Underneath The Arches 2:00
Rose Coloured Glasses 2:49
Jamie 2:27

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SEGO-70185 Johnny Farnham* Number One ‎(7", EP) Columbia SEGO-70185 Australia 1970
SECO-70185 Johnny Farnham* One ‎(7", EP) Columbia SECO-70185 Australia Unknown



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Sadie is the debut studio album by Australian pop singer John Farnham (billed then as Johnny Farnham) it was released by EMI Records in April 1968. The lead single, "Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)" had been released in November 1967, it was on the Go-Set National Singles Charts for five weeks, and was the largest selling single in Australia by an Australian artist in the 1960s.

John Peter Farnham, AO, formerly billed as Johnny Farnham, (born 1 July 1949, Dagenham, England), is an English-born Australian pop singer. He was a teen pop idol from 1964–1979, and since then he has forged a career as an adult contemporary singer. His career has mostly been as a solo artist but he replaced Glenn Shorrock as lead singer of Little River Band during 1982–1985. In September 1986 his solo single, "You're The Voice" peaked at No. 1 on the Australian singles charts.

Lead Vocals – Johnny Farnham. Music Director – Don Richardson (3) (tracks: A3, A7), Geoff Hales (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to A6, B8 to B14), Peter Jones (6) (tracks: A4). Photography By – Roderic Vickers. Producer – Howard Gable. Music (Australia) Limited, Sydney, . The album was re-released as Memories Of Christmas on the 13th November 1995 and again on the 6th December 1997 with different covers each time. Outras versões (2 de 2) Ver tudo.

Johnny (John Farnham album). Johnny is the fifth studio album by Australian pop singer John Farnham, (who was billed then as "Johnny" Farnham) which was released on HMV for EMI Records in August 1971. It peaked at on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Charts.

His first ever duet album. Format: 12" Vinyl LP. Banking details will be provided in the checkout. His first chart entry in over 40 yrs. Number 9 on Aria Country Charts And Number 2 on Independent Charts. Congratulations on the success well deserved.

1972 studio album by Johnny Farnham. Johnny Farnham Sings the Shows. Studio album by. Johnny Farnham. The album featured cover songs, that where standards of musical theatre, including Charlie Girl in which Farnham starred.

Member Of. Little River Band. Biography by Ed Nimmervoll. Australian pop superstar who unleashed a flurry of hits in his homeland in the '60s & '70s, cult following in . Anthology, Vol. 2: Cla. ohn Farnham. The Acoustic Chapel Se. 1: Gre. ee Full Discography.

John Farnham - One Songtext. One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do Two can be as bad as one It's the lonliest number since the number o-o-one. No is the saddest experience you'll ever know Yes it's the saddest experience you'll ever know Oh-oh-oh 'Cause, one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do One is the loneliest number, when you're lost at two. It's just no good anymore Since you went away-ay-ay Now I spend my time Makin' rhymes of yesterday. One is the lonliest number O-one is the lonliest number One is the lonliest number.

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