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Its No Time For Me - Ben E. King - Seven Letters (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Seven Letters "Tell Daddy" b/w "Auf Weidersehn, My Dear" (from Ben E. King's Greatest Hits) Dec Atco 29 Non-album track "How Can I Forget" b/w "Gloria Gloria" (from Young Boy Blues) Feb Atco 85 82 23 Ben E. King's Greatest Hits "I (Who Have Nothing)" b/w "The Beginning of Time" (Non-album track) Jun Atco
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Seven Letters on Discogs. Label: ATCO Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Ben E. King - Seven Letters (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6).
  3. It is a waste of Ben E. Kings fantastic voice and talents. DBK Works Records have provided us with a curious mix of this album - as the 12 tracks are in both Mono & Stereo (so you get the voice in one speaker and music in the other for the majority of tracks) odd. 2/ Secondly, there's 'Seven Letters' which is a truly fantastic album from /5(8).
  4. Ben E. King (born Benjamin Earl Nelson in September 28, (died of natural causes, aged 76 on April 30, ) in Henderson, North Carolina) was an American soul and pop singer. He is best known as the singer and co-composer of "Stand by Me", a top ten hit in both and In , Ben Nelson joined a doo wop group, The Five abseatnotosinamigleaketingsucbows.coinfo that same year, The Drifters' manager fired the.
  5. May 10,  · Seven Letters is the sixth album and fifth studio album by Ben E. King, and the fourth studio album on the Atco label. "In The Middle of the Night" makes its debut on this album, released in by Atco Records, and is still a classic today. The album was engineered by Tom Dowd and supervised by Ahmet Ertegün, Bert Berns and Jerry Wexler.5/5(1).
  6. In , the film Stand By Me, based on the Stephen King novel The Body, featured a soundtrack full of songs from the s and early s including “Stand By Me”.
  7. May 04,  · You're watching the official vinyl video for the timeless R&B anthem "Stand By Me" by Ben E. King from the album 'Don't Play That Song!' "Stand By Me.
  8. Many discographies do not note this work; however, Marv Goldberg's R&B Notebook References the album as being released before "Seven Letters". A stereo version of this disc was re-issued in A stereo version of this disc was re-issued in

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