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9 thoughts on “ Someday Youll Be Sorry - Lee Wiley - As Time Goes By (Vinyl, LP)

  1. LEE WILEY Vinyl Records and CDs: American jazz singer. Born: October 09, in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. Died: December 11, in New York City, New York. Lee was a popular singer jazz active from the early s up to when she withdrew from the musical scene. She was married from to to the bandleader (and pianist) Jess Stacy.
  2. Feb 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lee Wiley - A Touch of the Blues - YouTube Night in Manhattan: Lee Wiley Sings Rodgers & Hart, Gershwin, Young, Bushkin - Original LP - .
  3. Lee Wiley ‎– Back Home Again Any Time Any Day Any Where: Bonus Tracks When I Leave This World Behind (Rehearsal And Take 1) When I Leave This World Behind (Take 5) Someday You'll Be Sorry (Take 1) I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Take 1)
  4. Apr 21,  · Lee Wiley - As Time Goes By () FLAC. , 14 Someday You'll Be Sorry 15 A Hundred Years From Today 16 Blues In My Heart 17 Maybe You'll Be There 18 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 19 I Don't Want To Walk Without You, Baby 20 Make Believe.
  5. Back Home Again by Lee Wiley - CD () for $ from donbewoncuginarepticonnatiders.coinfo Vocals - Order by Phone Price: $
  6. Jul 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Kitchen Cinq - 'You'll Be Sorry Someday' (Light In The Attic Records) YouTube Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes - All of his bits chained - Duration:
  7. Wiley recorded 26 tunes in the mid's (RCA) with Billy Butterfield and Ralph Burns that are not included. Bobby Hackett (cornet) backs Wiley wonderfully on the first eight numbers, the cream of the crop. "I've Got a Crush on You," a tune Wiley put on the map with her Gershwin songbook, is redefined here as a slow ballad.
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  9. Someday You'll Be Sorry A Hundred Years from Today Moonstruck How Deep Is the Ocean, How High Is the Sky Oh! Look at Me Now Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans As Time Goes By Some Sunny Day East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Fools Fall in Love

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