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Pat Boone - The Drugstore's Rockin' album flac Performer: Pat Boone
Title: The Drugstore's Rockin'
Style: Country
Released: 2010
MP3 album: 1933 mb
FLAC album: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Pop / Folk and Country

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Pat Boone: The Drugstore's Rockin'. 1 CD Digipack with 48-page booklet, 35 tracks. It features an appealing and listenable mix of hit singles and rare album tracks (many only previously reissued on Bear Family's two Boone box sets, 'The Fifties Complete' and 'The Sixties: 1960-62'). Among the gems on offer here are I'll Be Home, Don't Forbid Me, Love Letters In The Sand, A Wonderful Time Up There (aka Gospel Boogie), Bernadine, I Almost Lost My Mind, Gee Whittakers, Gee, But It's lonely, April Love, Lover's Lane, Speedy Gonzales, Johnny Will and Moody River

The Drugstore's Rockin'. The Drugstore's Rockin'. Bear Family Records 16498.

The Drugstore's Rockin' - Don't Forbid Me, I'll Be Home, Gee Whittakers and 35 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 35. Views: 8. The Drugstore's Rockin' tracks. Don't Forbid Me. I'll Be Home. I Almost Lost My Mind. Love Letters in the Sand. Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love). Why Baby Why. Bernadine. There's a Goldmine in the Sky. From a Jack to a King. A Wonderful Time up There.

48PAGES BOOKLET Compilation. Gee Whittakers 02:26. I Almost Lost My Mind 02:36. Love Letters in the Sand 02:14. Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love) 02:56. Without My Love 02:23. There's a Goldmine in the Sky 02:16. From a Jack to a King 02:14. A Wonderful Time Up There 02:06.

During his career as a singer and composer, Pat Boone released 63 singles, mostly during the 1950s and early 1960s when Boone was a successful pop singer and, for a time, the second-biggest charting artist behind Elvis Presley according to Billboard. Boone has had over 25 singles reach the top 20 on the .

Album: The Drugstore's Rockin'. The Drugstore's Rockin': Best 2 songs. Pat Boone - Jimmie Brown the Newsboy 02:01. Pat Boone - Why Baby Why 01:58. Album: The Drugstore's Rockin'. Pat Boone: best 2 tracks. Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales Oldies Hits A to Z, Vo. 1, 2013 02:30. Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales 100, 2012 02:34.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). In this first of what appears to be 4 volumes under the title The Drugstore's Rockin' (there are other volumes using that title but for individual artists such as Pat Boone and George Hamilton IV), Bear Family presents some of the best Rockabilly artists ever to record. There are few charted singles in here, and some may seem out of place given the overall theme (. The Four Preps and Boots Randolph), but the 26 tracks recorded from 1956 to 1962 (three of which were not previously released) will satisfy all those who love the raw, largely unpolished Rockabilly sound.


1 Don't Forbid Me
2 I'll Be Home
3 Gee Whittakers
4 I Almost Lost My Mind
5 Love Letters In The Sand
6 Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love)
7 Without My Love
8 Why Baby Why
9 Bernadine
10 There's A Goldmine In The Sky
11 From A Jack To A King
12 A Wonderful Time Up There
13 Remember You're Mine
14 Beg You Pardon
15 April Love
16 Johnny Will
17 Keep Your Heart
18 For My Good Fortune
19 When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
20 Moody River
21 Two Little Kisses
22 Jimmie Brown The Newsboy
23 Gee But It's Lonely
24 Speedy Gonzales
25 Lover's Lane
26 Delia Gone
27 Rock Boll Weevil
28 For A Penny
29 Walking The Floor Over You
30 Twixt, Twelve And Twenty
31 To The Center Of The Earth
32 A Thousand Years
33 Tonight You're Mine
34 The Locket
35 July, You're A Woman