Connie Francis - Follow The Boys / Waiting For Billy album flac
Title: Follow The Boys / Waiting For Billy
Style: Theme, Vocal
MP3 album: 1104 mb
FLAC album: 1869 mb
Other formats: DMF DTS AIFF MP3 MPC DXD MP1
Genre: Pop / Screen and stage
Written-By – Francis. A6. Intrigue (Dixieland Version). None Of The Songs Below Is From "Follow The Boys". B1. For Every Young Heart. Detras Del Amor (LP, Album, Mono).
Where the Boys Are" is a song written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield for, and first recorded by, Connie Francis as the title track of the 1960 movie by the same name in which she was co-starring. Connie Francis recorded "Where the Boys Are" as the theme song for the motion picture Where the Boys Are a 1961 MGM release filmed in 1960 in which Francis made her movie acting debut as one of four coeds on spring break in Fort Lauderdale.
Album · 1997 · 24 Songs. Waiting for Billy (From "Follow the Boys"). 6. Italian Lullabye (From "Follow the Boys"). 7. Looking for Love (From "Looking for Love"). 8. When the Clock Strikes Midnight (From "Looking for Love"). 9. Whoever You Are, I Love You (From "Looking for Love").
Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, 1938) is an American pop singer of Italian heritage and the top-charting female vocalist of the 1950s and 1960s. Although her chart success waned in the second half of the 1960s, Francis remained a top concert draw. Main Title/Where the Boys Are. 2:38. The Web's Largest Resource for.
One for the Boys is an unreleased studio album recorded by American entertainer Connie Francis. The album follows the concept of a tribute to the great crooners of the 1950s and their most famous hits. Between August 22, 1959 and August 26, 1959, Francis recorded the following songs at EMI's legendary Abbey Road Studios in London: "April Love" (Pat Boone). Because of You" (Tony Bennett). It's Not for Me to Say" (Johnny Mathis). Prisoner of Love" (Perry Como).
Roberts, Ron: Connie Francis 1960–1962, companion book to 5 CD retrospective "Kissin', Twistin, Goin' Where The Boys Are", Bear Family Records BCD 16 616 EI, Hambergen 1993. Ruhlmann, William: Connie Francis 1955–1959, companion book to 5 CD retrospective "White Sox, Pink Lipstic. nd Stupid Cupid", Bear Family Records BCD 16 616 EI, Hambergen 1993.
154,813 people follow this. AboutSee All. ww. onniefrancis. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - May 29, 2012. Connie Francis added 21 new photos to the album: EAST COAST MUSIC HALL OF FAME AWARDS 2019 - with Barbara Martino. June 8 at 5:48 PM ·. East coast music hall of fame awards 2019.
Connie Francis, Soundtrack: When the Boys Meet the Girls. Singer, composer, actress, entertainer and publisher Connie Francis was educated at Arts High School and was a music student of her father. At age 11 she appeared on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (1948) as a singer and accordionist. She has toured the US, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Europe, owned publishing companies, and has made. 1963 Follow the Boys (performer: "Italian Lullabye", "Follow the Boys", "Waiting for Billy", "Tonight's My Night", "Sleepyland", "Intrigue"), (writer: "Italian Lullabye"). 1962 Bandstand (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode). Episode dated 14 July 1962 (1962). performer: "Gonna Git That Man").