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Neil Sedaka - Oh! Carol / One Way Ticket FLAC

Neil Sedaka - Oh! Carol / One Way Ticket FLAC
Performer:
Neil Sedaka
Album:
Oh! Carol / One Way Ticket
Style:
Pop Rock
Country:
Brazil
Label:
RCA Victor
Catalog:
82-1335
FLAC size:
2704 mb
MP3 size:
1585 mb
WMA size:
2702 mb


Tracklist


1Oh! Carol
Written-By – H. Greenfield, N. Sedaka
2:12
2One Way Ticket (To The Blues)
Written-By – H. Hunter, J. Keller
2:13


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
47-7595Neil Sedaka Oh! Carol ‎(7")RCA Victor47-7595US1959
47-7595Neil Sedaka Oh! Carol ‎(7", Single, Mono)RCA Victor47-7595DenmarkUnknown
47-7595Neil Sedaka Oh! Carol ‎(7", Single, Mono)RCA Victor47-7595Scandinavia1959
10785Neil Sedaka Oh! Carol ‎(7", Single)RCA10785Australia1959
4/60145Neil Sedaka Oh! Carol ‎(7", Single)RCA4/60145New Zealand1959


Notes


This particular issue from Brazil has the song "Oh! Carol" misprinted "HO! Carol", preceding correct later issues


Video



Album


Oh Carol, One Way Ticket To The Blues - Neil Sedaka. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. One Way Ticket is a song written by Jack Keller and Hank Hunter. The track was originally performed by Neil Sedaka and included as the B-side on Sedaka's 1959 single Oh Carol. In 1961, the song featured in the track listing of his third studio album, Neil Sedaka Sings Little Devil and His Other Hits, but was never released as a standalone single. Despite this, the song made it to 1 on the Japanese pop charts, where it was affectionately called The Choo-Choo Train Song. One Way Ticket - Neil Sedaka. B-side of Oh, Carol from 1959. Reached 1 on the Japanese pop charts in 1960, where it was affectionately called The Choo-Choo Train Song. Neil Sedaka - One way ticket to the blues - 1959 2:41. Oh Carol - Neil Sedaka 45 rpm Brazilian Pressing 1960 2:17. Oh Carol 2:15. Neil Sedaka - Oh CarolOne Way Ticket To the Blues RCA Victor 7595 45 rpm 4:37. Aggiungi alla Lista. lost-in-layout , ladrodipolli , Milvajunk , eilifhh. Chi siamo. Carol, One Way Ticket 1959. Album by Neil Sedaka. One Way Ticket To the Blues. was covered in. One Way Ticket by Eruption 1979. One Way Ticket To the Blues by Barry Blue 1974. One Way Ticket to the Blues by Skarlet 2006. see 33 more connections. Artist: Neil Sedaka. Song: One-Way Ticket. Also performed by: Eruption. Album: Love Songs. Translations: Bulgarian, French, German, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish. Requests: Ukrainian. Neil Sedaka: Top 3. Oh Carol. One-Way Ticket. Watch the video for One Way Ticket To the Blues from Neil Sedaka's The Very Best Of Neil Sedaka for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Wednesday 8 January 2020. Thursday 9 January 2020. Sunday 12 January 2020. Monday 13 January 2020. Neil Sedaka never gets the respect that he deserves because he's a man out of time. His heyday was in the early '60s, when rock & roll was in recession and before the Beatles came across the Atlantic and changed everything, and in a way, he epitomized the era - he wasn't rock & roll, he was informed by it, but he was at his heart a pop tunesmith, and his best songs, whether performed by him or. This means some of his recordings are inextricably tied to their era, but he was such a savvy songwriter that the best of his work - such as Oh Carol, Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen, Calendar Girl, and Breaking Up Is Hard to Do. Carole King: Oh Neil. Girl for Me. What Am I Gonna Do. Neil joined the Tokens in the 50's and While I Dream is here to represent that. Enjoy your new Neil Sedaka box set, if you ever buy one Read more. One person found this helpful