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Cindy's Birthday (Uk)
Artist: Johnny Crawford
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/20/2023
UPC: 604988275728

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DISC: 1

1. Daydreams
2. So Goes the Story
3. Your Love Is Growing Cold
4. Treasure
5. Patti Ann
6. Donna
7. Lucky Star
8. That's All I Want from You
9. Tennessee Waltz
10. We Belong Together
11. Cindy's Birthday
12. Something Special
13. Your Nose Is Gonna Grow
14. Mr. Blue
15. Sittin' and a Watchin'
16. Debbie
17. I'm Walkin'
18. In the Wee Small Hours
19. Little White Cloud
20. Rumors
21. No One Really Loves a Clown
22. Good Buddies (By the Crawford Brothers)
23. You Gotta Wear Shoes (By the Crawford Brothers)
24. Proud
25. Lonesome Town
26. Devil or Angel
27. Living in the Past
28. Since I Don't Have You
29. Janie Please Believe Me
30. Cry on My Shoulder
31. I Don't Need You
32. Petite Chanson

More Info:

At the turn of the 1960s, child actor JOHNNY?CRAWFORD?was one of the most popular, well known kids in the United States, for his role as Mark McCain in the ABC TV series The Rifleman. He also, briefly, became a Pop star at the age of fifteen, charting with a half-dozen or so singles, and a Top 40 LP. This compilation presents the Very Best of his record career between 1961-62, and includes his biggest hits, 'Daydreams', 'Patti Ann', 'Cindy's Birthday', 'Your Nose Is Gonna Grow', 'Rumours' and 'Proud'. Also included are standout tracks from his first three LPs, "The Captivating Johnny Crawford", "A Young Man's Fancy" and "Rumours", as well as a rare-as-hens-teeth, one-off 45rpm 'Good Buddies' b/w 'You Gotta Wear Shoes', recorded with his brother as The Crawford Brothers (John And Bobby).