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The Best Of - Студийный альбом от Clodagh Rodgers. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 22 треков.
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Save Me is the eighth album by Irish singer and actress Clodagh Rodgers released in 1977 on the Polydor label. It was her first album for four years and her last to date, excepting compilation albums. All tracks written by Guy Fletcher and Doug Flett except where indicated.
Clodagh Rodgers was born in Warre. Clodagh Rodgers was born in Warrenpoint, C. own, . reland, and began her professional singing career at 13 when she opened for Michael Holliday on first tour of Ireland. Her father, Louis Rodgers an impresario and tour promoter, negotiated a deal for her to sign with 'Decca Records' in 1962. One of the singles released during this time was a Mike Leander production 'Stormy Weather'/Lonely Room'. She also recorded "Scrapbook," penned by Billy Ritchie, which appeared on her 1969 album "Midnight Clodagh". In 1970 she recorded "Give Me Just a Little More Line" with Young under the name Moonshine; though it enjoyed moderate success, it failed to chart. Rodgers picked this track as one of her 8 favourite discs when she appeared as the featured castaway on the BBC's Desert Island Discs in March 1971.
Save Me (Clodagh Rodgers album). Save Me is the eighth album by Irish singer and actress Clodagh Rodgers released in 1977 on the Polydor label. Save Me". "Morning Comes Quickly". Incident At The Roxy". Discovery" (Sally Kemp). The Sun's On Sausalito" (John Dawson Read). The Singer Of The Song".
Get It Together) is the eighth studio album by the Jackson 5, released in September 1973 for the Motown label. During the group's last years with Motown, the label struggled to come up with material for the group. As a result, the Jackson 5 fell into a period from 1973 to 1974 where they scored no Top 10 singles.
Together We'll Make It. Clodagh Rodgers. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Clodagh Rodgers signed for Decca records in 1961, at the age of 14. She made a number of recordings with Decca, changing to Columbia in the mid 60's, but her career took off only after she signed to RCA. After a slow start her recording of the Kenny Young song "Come Back & Shake Me" shot up the charts, giving her a million selling gold disc and launching her into stardom in 1969. She followed this with another top 4 hit "Goodnight Midnight," plus "Biljo," which resulted in her being the best selling female singles artist of that year.
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|LPBO 5008||Clodagh Rodgers||Get It Together (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||LPBO 5008||UK||1974|