9 thoughts on “ Sam’s Song (A Happy Tune) - Russ Conway - Time To Play (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Time To Play on Discogs.3/5(2).
  2. Similar to Russ Conway - Time To Play, this version can be distinguished by (see images): Rear sleeve: address for Music for Pleasure is 'Drury House, Russell Street' - Disc labels: turquoise labels, 'Sold in U.K ' above spindle hole, matrix in brackets, (p) above side no.4/5(5).
  3. Label: Music For Pleasure - MFP • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Pop • Style: Easy Listening. Label: Music For Pleasure - MFP • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Pop • Style: Easy Listening Sam's Song (A Happy Tune) Written By – Quadling: B5: Golden Guilders Written By – Corvos /5(3).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Russ Conway - Time To Play at Discogs. Complete your Russ Conway collection/5(16).
  5. Listen to Sam's Song (The Happy Tune) on Spotify. Russ Conway · Song · Music Duration: 3 min.
  6. Buy vinyl record Russ Conway - Time To Play (LP, Album, Mono) from PetesMusic UK Vinyl Records Store B4 Sam’s Song (A Happy Tune) B5 Golden Guilders B6 Matador From Trinidad: Notes Russ Conway - Time To Play (LP, Album, Mono) Plum coloured labels Barcode and Other Identifiers. Matrix / Runout (Stamped Runout, Side A) MFP A
  7. Dec 03,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Sam's Song (The Happy Tune) · Bing Crosby · Gary Crosby · Matty Matlock's All-Stars Bing-His Legendary Years ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc.
  8. In it was released on the EP 'The Naughty Twenties'. 'Ragtime Cowboy Joe' comes from the EP 'Ragtime', originally released on Russ's second LP 'Pack Up Your Troubles' in Although 'Ragtime' didn't make the charts, 'Pack Up Your Troubles' did, and was one of three Russ Conway albums in the first album top ten chart of the six-ties.
  9. "Sam's Song (The Happy Tune)" is an American pop song written in with music by Lew Quadling and lyrics by Jack Elliott. It was first released as a Capitol single by Joe "Fingers" Carr and the Carr-Hops in May By June of that year, Carr's single had made it to all three of Billboard ' s music popularity charts, and several other artists had released the song, including bandleaders.

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