Young And Foolish - Lesley Gore - Lesley Gore Sings Of Mixed-Up Hearts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Lesley sings "All One Family" as a duet with Michael-Demby Cain with the John Harms Performing Arts School Collections featuring Lesley Gore (pre-released material) Note: In some collections, the songs are numbered sequentially across more than one CD. For example, a song numbered 40 may actually be song 20 on the second CD. Reply
  2. Sings of Mixed Up Hearts, an Album by Lesley Gore. Released in November on Mercury (catalog no. MG ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Teen Pop, Brill . Reply
  3. Mar 6, - Explore David Shinault's board "Leslie Gore" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Leslie gore, Lesley gore, Gore pins. Reply
  4. UK Westside EDCD I'll Cry If I Want To/Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed Up Hearts Both LP's in their entirety, plus the mono single-voiced take of "You Don't Own Me" US Westside WESA My Town, My Guy and Me/Lesley Gore Sings All About Love Both superb / LP's in their entirety Japan Mercury UICY Best Selection. Reply
  5. Akinolabar
    Format: 12" Vinyl, Year: , Label: Mercury Records (MG), Length: Reply
  6. The Golden Hits of Lesley Gore "Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows" b/w "You've Come Back" (from Girl Talk) 13 — — 19 — 53 Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-Up Hearts "My Town, My Guy and Me" b/w "A Girl In Love" 32 — — 39 — 88 My Town, My Guy & Me "I Won't Love You Anymore (Sorry)" b/w "No Matter What You Do" (from My Town, My Guy & Me) Reply
  7. Young and Foolish Originally by David Daniels and Gloria Marlowe Released on Lesley Gore Sings of Mixed-Up Hearts (). Reply
  8. Arashisida
    Lesley Gore 's third album, like all her early LPs, did her image no favors with a title that plugged into her frivolous teenage image. As a record, though, it wasn't all that bad, though it suffered from lacking any big hits other than "That's the Way Boys Are," and was an inconsistent mix . Reply
  9. Lesley Gore's second album was far better than her crying-concept album debut (I'll Cry If I Want To), and in fact above average for a pop/rock album, though not lassculleberrocomrasotquidicmettbubb.coinfo one thing, the silly notion of building a concept album around self-pitying songs was thrown out. For another, it had three big hits: the excellent girl group smash "She's a Fool," the classic early feminist anthem 6/ Reply

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