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8 thoughts on “ Calender Girl - Neil Sedaka - 50 Years Of Golden Greats - Solitaire (CD)

  1. Zololkree
    Of course Neil was not going to give up his rights to the new sons, which he owned. So, he had to rerecord his old songs and put them on this collection with the original recordings of his newer songs. Here is my suggestion. Buy his CD, "Neil Sedaka-All Time Greatest Hits" along with this one and you will then have all his hits/5().
  2. Zoloramar
    Nov 22,  · Neil Sedaka found fame in the 50s but was 'effectively in the wilderness' for much of the 60s. His career was over for 12 years until he signed with Elton John's record label in the 70s.
  3. Dalar
    Apr 24,  · Listen to your favorite songs from The Definitive Collection by Neil Sedaka Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Calendar Girl Neil Sedaka: 5. Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen 9. You Neil Sedaka: Laughter In The Rain Neil Sedaka: The Immigrant Neil Sedaka:
  4. Dagar
    "The Show Goes On" features a handful of hits from those halcyon days including "Calendar Girl", "Oh Carol", "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" and the ever popular "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" from the golden year Meanwhile, Sedaka offers up his own sterling renditions of hit songs that he and Howard Greenfield wrote for other artists.
  5. Samushakar
    Neil Sedaka ‎– Oh! Carol / Calendar Girl Label: RCA Victor ‎– /5(2).
  6. Vomi
    Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Calendar Girl by Neil Sedaka on iHeartRadio!
  7. Nakasa
    Various ‎– 50 Years Of Golden Greats Label: Slam Music ‎– /00/ – Neil Sedaka: Calender Girl: – Neil Sedaka: New York City Blues: – Neil Sedaka: Love Will Keep Us Together: – Neil Sedaka: Solitaire: /5(3).
  8. Zolokus
    Sep 20,  · From all appearances, Razor & Tie's compilation The Definitive Collection surely seems to live up to its title. It weighs in at 22 tracks and the back cover claims that it is a "celebration of Neil Sedaka's 50 years making music, from his first recordings in to his most recent work.