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Follow The Sun - Jimmy Clanton - The Best Of Jimmy Clanton (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Follow The Sun: B1: A Million Drums: B2: There Is Something On Your Mind: B3: My Own True Love: B4: If I'm A Fool For Loving You: B5: A Million To One: B6: Teardrops: Note Tracklisting is supplied by a third party and matched by catalogue number. Tracks on the release may differ from what is being sold.
  2. of results for CDs & Vinyl: Jimmy Clanton. Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. The Best of Jimmy Clanton: Venus in Blue Jeans. by Jimmy Clanton out of 5 stars 8. Audio CD $ $ $ shipping. Only 1 left in stock - order soon.
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  5. “Jimmy Clanton was my crush at 14, and his singing still is great!” – MJ “All I can say if you have not seen Jimmy live on stage you haven’t lived.” – Madalyn “Such an unmistakable voice. Such a talent! From my parent’s generation, so I grew up hearing all the .
  6. CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS WEAK VG. Jimmy Clanton (born September 2, , Baton Rouge, Louisiana) is an American singer who became known as the "swamp pop R&B teenage idol".[1] His band recorded a hit song "Just A Dream" which Clanton had written in for the Ace Records label.
  7. Although he's lumped in with the gaggle of Bobbies and Frankies that sent rock & roll into its first stages of manufactured, pre-packaged teen pop oblivion, Louisiana-born and -bred Jimmy Clanton had a lot more to offer. Growing up in a musical scene far removed from New York City slickness, Clanton's vocals had a lot more soul than his contemporaries; he played guitar and wrote many of his.
  8. Mar 05,  · Vinyl City Broadcasting interviews Jimmy Clanton at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, January

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