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Girl Of My Dreams - Gerry Granahan - Girl Of My Dreams / No Chemise, Please (Vinyl)

29.10.2019
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9 thoughts on “ Girl Of My Dreams - Gerry Granahan - Girl Of My Dreams / No Chemise, Please (Vinyl) ”

  1. Gerry Granahan may not have been Phil Spector, but he knew a good song and a good sound when he heard it, either on a demo or in his head, as revealed in his song CD drawn from his own master tape wforheartdinetpmingbersivabitguepandall.coinfo disc centers on his output as a singer under his own name, and working under the alias Dickey Doo & the Dont's, augmented by his productions with the Fireflies and and Five Satins.
  2. Nov 30,  · GERRY GRANAHAN GIRL OF MY DREAMS TheNickNicola. Loading Unsubscribe from TheNickNicola? Please try again later. Published on Nov 30, Comments are turned off.
  3. Gerry Granahan-No Chemise, Please/Girl Of My Dreams RPM-7"-single-rock-vinyl. $ 0 $ + $ shipping. GERRY GRANAHAN No Chemise Please / Girl Of My Dreams SUNBEAM $ Free shipping. Gerry Granahan - reissue 45 - "No Chemise Please" / "Dance Girl Dance" - VG+ Dream Dresses (Sizes 4 & Up) for Girls, Home Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Rockaway Pressing Vinyl release of No Chemise, Please on Discogs. Label: Sunbeam (2) - • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Sunbeam (2) - • Format: Vinyl 7 Gerry Granahan: Girl Of My Dreams / No Chemise, /5(5).
  5. QUALITY AUSTRALIAN 45RPM 7" VINYL FROM THE SINGLE BLOKE. SIDE A: Gerry Granahan "No Chemise, Please" - Australian Issue 45rpm 7" Single. SIDE B: Girl Of My Dreams - Leedon - LS (Vinyl is in VG condition with factory paper sleeve.).
  6. Gerry Granahan ‎– Girl Of My Dreams / No Chemise, Please Label: London Records ‎– HL, London American Recordings ‎– HL
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gerry Granahan - No Chemise, Please at Discogs. Complete your Gerry Granahan collection/5(8).
  8. mickey rat 30th Apr I’m always interested in the peripheral people who pop up on record labels. The third composer of No Chemise Please was supposedly Jodi L’Amour, identified as a Copacabana showgirl in articles on Gerry Granahan, and the inspiration for the song when she turned up wearing a chemise (sack dress) at an office where Granahan and Arnie Goland were working on songs.

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