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They Cant Take That Away From Me - Pat Boone - Yes Indeed! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook.
  2. May 28,  · Boone’s albums Pat Boone Sings the New Songs of the Jesus People () and The Pat Boone Gospel Collection () were among those that signaled his transition away from pop and toward gospel music in the s. He also tried his hand at country music with the albums Texas Woman () and The Country Side of Pat Boone ().
  3. pat boone be­longs in the R&R hall of fame be­fore most of the ones in there now even tho his best records are ho­mog­e­nized ver­sions of great R&R and R&B records. many in music were copy­cats, taking what was out there and changing it to a dif­ferent style. pat is a great fellow as a person, helping many along the way. be­sides i like the way he shows a bit of re­bel­ness [i just.
  4. Pat Boone Sings (Vinyl LP) $ Out of Stock. Save for Later. 69 % off. Pat Boone. The Favorites Hymns of Pat Boone (Vinyl LP) $ Out of Stock. Save for Later. Safe Shopping. Guarantee. Google How to Order. Shipping Rates & Options. International Shipping. Return Policy. Request a .
  5. Rare LP, not remade into a cd. So this nice to have a CD along with the record. Superb Hi Fi sound. Here are the songs: YES, INDEED. LAZY RIVER, SWEET SUE, THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME, MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME, DON'T WORRY 'BOUT BE, LONESOME ROAD, GONE FISHIN', SWEET GEORGIA BROWN, ROBINS AND ROSES, I'LL BUILD A STAIRWAY TO PARADISE, .
  6. Album · · 18 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 18 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Sign In Pat Boone's Greatest Hits Pat Boone Vocal · Preview SONG TIME Two Hearts. 1. PREVIEW Ain't That a Shame. 2. PREVIEW I'll Be Home. 3. PREVIEW I Almost Lost My Mind.
  7. Although the album cannot be considered an artistic triumph, credit must still be given for the creativity, resourcefulness, and musicianship of Paul Smith and his octet, and also to Pat Boone for his willingness to take a chance with some risky material, and for his good efforts in extending his natural versatility into yet another realm.

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