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8 thoughts on “ Get Out Of My Life Woman - The Scorpions - Hello Josephine: 30 Rhythm & Beat Classics 1964-1966 (CD) ”

  1. • This track compilation assembles the cream of their prolific output for Dutch label CNR between • The CD is named after their biggest hit, ‘Hello Josephine’, which proved to be one of the most popular songs in Holland in the s.
  2. Diana Ross & The Supremes - In And Out Of Love The Scorpions - Hello Josephine Mason Williams - Classical Gas The Troggs - Love Is All Around The Creation - Painter Man The Herd - From The Underworld Jeff Beck - Tallyman Traffic - Paper Sun The Hep Stars - Sunny Girl Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich.
  3. Bewertung, Hello Josephine ~ 30 Rhythm & Beat Classics Pop, Import-Gbr, Popular, Rock, Pop, Pop Zum Hauptinhalt betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.coinfo Get Out Of My Life Woman - Scorpions Sticks And Stones - Scorpions this cd has all the songs from the scorpions climbing the charts lp from on it as well as all there dutch 45s as stated in the.
  4. Single (CNR UH ) contained the numbers "HELLO JOSEPHINE" / "AIN'T THAT JUST LIKE ME". The single entered the Veronica Top 40 an 20th February and stayed there for no less than 33 weeks, 13 of which were in the top Number 2 was the top Position reached. In May, Josephine was joined by Ann Louise fьr 2 weeks.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hello Josephine: 30 Rhythm & Beat Classics - Scorpions on AllMusic.
  6. track compilation CD containing The Scorpions' recordings — comes with a page booklet documenting the Manchester group's great success in Holland with a detailed biography, discography and photos from the personal collection of one of the later band members.4/5(3).
  7. This track compilation assembles the cream of their prolific output for Dutch label CNR between The CD is named after their biggest hit, 'Hello Josephine', which proved to be one of the most popular songs in Holland in the s.
  8. Jan 25,  · Three Dog Night was one of the most popular bands of the 70s. This song came from their album, Harmony and was written by Hoyt Axton.

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