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Dawn (Go Away) - Tight Fit - Back To The 60s (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. JoJokinos

    Jul 01,  · Working My Way Back to You- Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons by wolverine Dawn (Go Away) - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
  2. Mekree

    Jun 28,  · Added to this, vinyl is a lossless format so nothing is lost when the record is pressed, again retaining the sound as it was recorded, in the respect to compression. The vinyl LP (As we know it, I am talking about Shellac records!) was first introduced back in .
  3. Tygorn

    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tight Fit - Back To The 60's at Discogs. Complete your Tight Fit collection/5(53).
  4. Doubar

    Sherry ( Remastered Lp Version) 2. Big Girls Don't Cry ( Remastered Lp Version) 3. Walk Like A Man ( Remastered Lp Version) 4. Candy Girl ( Remastered Lp Version) 5. Marlena ( Remastered Lp Version) 6. Stay ( Remastered Lp Version) 7. Dawn [Go Away] ( Remastered Lp Version) 8. Silence Is Golden ( Remastered Lp.
  5. Vikasa

    Dawn (Go Away) and 11 Other Great Songs, an Album by The Four Seasons. Released in March on Philips (catalog no. PHM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Group, Doo-Wop, Pop.
  6. Shazil

    Dawn (Go Away) Lyrics: Pretty as a midsummer's morn / They call her Dawn / Dawn / Go away I'm no good for you / Oh Dawn / Stay with him, he'll be good to you / Hang on / Hang on to you / Think.
  7. Faushura

    "Dawn (Go Away)" was released later in the same month. It took four weeks to climb the Billboard Hot chart to #3 on February 29, , [2] prevented from going higher by The Beatles ' " I Want to Hold Your Hand " and " She Loves You ", which turned out to be the top two singles of
  8. Makus

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Back To The 60's on Discogs.5/5(2).
  9. Golmaran

    Dawn (go Away) was the first big hit by the 4 Seasons on Philips label. They had a string of hits on Vee-Jay and then moved to Philips. Usually a label switch means disaster or in other words a new and different sound. But that was not the case because the string of hits just kept coming. This album had the bid hit plus some great covers/5(10).

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