I Dont Care - Helen Shapiro - Helen Shapiro At Abbey Road - 1961 To 1967 (CD)

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  1. Voodoodal
    I Don't Care (Stereo) $ Basin St. Blues (Mono) $ Everyone But The Right One (Mono) $ Keep Away From Other Girls (Mono) $ A Dozen Other Boys (Take 4 B/D And Take 5 Plus Studio Conversations) (Stereo) $ Queen For Tonight (Stereo) $ Time And Time Again.
  2. Mokora
    Helen Kate Shapiro (born 28 September ) is a British pop singer, jazz singer, and actress. She is best known for her two UK chart toppers, "You Don't Know" and "Walkin' Back to Happiness", both recorded when she was just fourteen years old.
  3. Zusar
    Type: Person, Gender: Female, Born: in Bethnal Green, Area: United Kingdom.
  4. Arakus
    At Abbey Road: I Don't Care Basin St. Blues Every One But the Right One Keep Away from Other Girls A great CD for all Helen Shapiro fans. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United Kingdom. Top international reviews Translate all reviews to English. Charlie Barrado.5/5(2).
  5. Nagal
    Helen Shapiro - At Abbey Road - 1. Don't Treat Me Like A Child 2. You Don't Know 3. Walkin' Back To Happiness (Take 2) 4. Little Miss Lonely A Teenager Sings The Blues I Can't Say No To Your Kiss Sometime Yesterday I Don't Care Basin St Blues Every One But The Right One Keep Away From Other Girls A.
  6. Vilkree
    Format: CD, Year: , Labels: EMI ( ), EMI ( 2 5), Barcode: , Length: Release “At Abbey Road: to ” by Helen Shapiro - MusicBrainz Log In.
  7. Taular
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Push-out Centre Vinyl release of You Don't Know on Discogs. Label: Columbia - DB • Format: Vinyl 7 Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (, Push-out Centre, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  8. Yolkis
    The Ultimate Helen Shapiro (The Emi Years) by Helen Shapiro | out of 5 You Don't Know - All The Hits by Helen Shapiro | out of 5 stars Audio CD At Abbey Road: by Helen Shapiro | out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD.
  9. Fenrijind
    A's B's & EP's shares 12 tracks with the equally fine collection Helen Shapiro at Abbey Road: You really can't go wrong with either one, though the Abbey Road collection gets the nod for having better liner notes and track annotations.