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Lorene Mann - Stranger At The Funeral / One Of Them (Vinyl)

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  1. – Lorene Mann: One Of Them: B1 – Lorene Mann: Please Don't Take The Children: B2 – Justin Tubb And Lorene Mann: Together But Still Alone: B3 – Justin Tubb: Walkin', Talkin', Cryin', Barely Beating Broken Heart: B4 – Justin Tubb And Lorene Mann: Hurry, Mr. Peters: B5 – Lorene Mann: Stranger At The Funeral: B6 – Justin Tubb: I Hope 4/5(2).
  2. V. A._The Best Of Shattered Dreams disc1 Al King – Bad Understanding Finis Tasby – Cloudy Day Arthur K Adams – Gimme Some of Your Lovin’ Smokey Wilson – High Time Finis Tasby – It Took A Long Time Lowell Fulson – Mellow Together Larry Davis – .
  3. Dec 14,  · Lorene Mann - A Mann Named Lorene (/) FLAC (tracks) bit/96 kHz | Time - minutes | MB Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover An irreverent songwriter, Lorene Mann achieved minor success as a Nashville-based country artist in the mid-‘60s. Her first success came as a duet partner with Justin Tubb and Archie Campbell, but when she struck .
  4. One of Them: B: Stranger At The Funeral: A: Back Where I Started: B: Please Don't Take The Children From Me: A: Don't Put Your Hands On Me: A: Don't Put Your Hands On Me: B: Stay Out Of My Dreams: B: Stay Out of My Dreams: A: Have You Ever Wanted To: B: It Tears Me Up: A: You.
  5. Jun 26,  · After , he signed with RCA and released two duets with Lorene Mann, including “We’ve Gone Too Far Again.” He had one more minor hit with “But Wait There’s More,” his last chart appearance. He continued to record, tour, and appear on the Opry through the ’70s.
  6. Well, "michinil" asked me to post this, so I managed to find it in my collection! I don't really know what to say about this uncharted tune, but Lorene.
  7. 7" 45 rpm vinyl Lorene Mann Stranger At The Funeral City of Toronto 17/05/ I am selling a 7" 45 r.p.m. vinyl LORENE MANN Stranger At The Funeral/One Of Them for $8.
  8. Aug 25,  · After , he signed with RCA and released two duets with Lorene Mann, including "We've Gone Too Far Again." He had one more minor hit with "But Wait There's More," his last chart appearance. He continued to record, tour, and appear on the Opry through the '70s.

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