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8 thoughts on “ Turn Right - Kay Starr - Songs By Kay Starr (CD)

  1. Kay Starr - Jazz Singer I Cry By Night - Cd - Brand Newstill Sealed. Kay Starr - $ Kay Starr - Typescript Signed. Kay Starr - $ Kay Starr Fool Fool Fool Sheet Music-pianovocalguitar-rarenew On Sale. Kay Starr - $ Kay Starr - Starr, Kay - Eight Classic Albums - 4 Cd - Import - Sealed New.
  2. 'Songs By' 'The Kay Starr Style' and 'Kay Starr In A Blue Mood' and includes them in their entireity for the first time on CD. The first CD contains the first 2 albums plus four rare singles. Disc 2 Opens with her 'Kay Starr In A Blue Mood' and carries on to /5(14).
  3. Kay Starr's "Side by Side," "Wheel of Fortune," "Slow Boat to China" and "Talk of the Town" bring back memories of bobby socks and poodle skirts. The star that tops my list of favorite vocalists is Kay Starr who, in my eyes, definitely earns kudos in the popular music category!/5(16).
  4. The recording was released by RCA Victor as catalog number It was Kay Starr's first recording of great significance for RCA Victor after leaving Capitol Records. She had a number of lesser chart entries on RCA in , including "Good and Lonesome" and "Turn Right".
  5. ALBUM "The Kay Starr Style" 10" 33LP Capitol H SINGLE - "The Man Upstairs" / "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" Capitol F SINGLE - "Toy or Treasure" / "Fourtune In Dreams" Capitol F ALBUM "The Hits Of Kay Starr" 10" 33 LP Capitol H SINGLE - "If Anyone Finds This, I Love You" / "Turn Right" RCA
  6. Another double CD offering from Jasmine. Featuring three Kay Starr albums in their entirety for the first time, Song By Kay Starr, The Kay Starr Style and Kay Starr In A Blue Mood Plus more!. Boasting the big hits Side By Side, When My Dreamboat Comes .
  7. Songs by Kay Starr, an Album by Kay Starr. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. H ; Vinyl 10"). Genres: Blues. Featured peformers: Kay Starr (vocals).
  8. Kay Starr, one of the more successful pop singers of the s, pretty well conquered every genre of music she tried - from jazz to pop to country. But her deep roots were in jazz with a bit of blues thrown in for good measure. Billie Holiday, a decent jazz singer in her own right, called Kay "the only white woman who can sing the blues". High.

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