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You Showed Me

By ron61 48 Featuring VeeGee 67 in the Style of The Turtles
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Can't Help Falling In Love

By ron61 48 in the Style of Elvis Presley
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Half Heaven-half Heartache

By ron61 48 in the Style of Gene Pitney
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" Pepsi's February Birthdays Bash Contest " - 1st Round ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Gene Pitney From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gene Pitney 1967.JPG Born 17 February 1940 Hartford, Connecticut, United States Died 5 April 2006 (aged 66) Cardiff, Wales Gene Francis Alan Pitney (17 February 1940 – 5 April 2006) was an American singer-songwriter, musician, and sound engineer. Pitney charted 16 Top-40 hits in the U.S., four in the Top 10. In the UK he had 22 Top-40 hits, and 11 singles in the Top Ten. He also wrote the early 1960s hits "Rubber Ball" recorded by Bobby Vee, "He's a Rebel" by the Crystals, and "Hello Mary Lou" by Ricky Nelson. In 2002, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Rave On

By ron61 48 in the Style of Buddy Holly
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*** BONUS SONG *** ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Rave On! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Released April 20, 1958 "Rave On" is a 1958 song written by Sonny West, Bill Tilghman and Norman Petty, first recorded by Sonny West (released February 1958, Atlantic 45-1174).[1] The hit version was recorded later that same year by Buddy Holly, and was one of his six songs that charted in 1958. Holly is instantly recognizable as the artist; the record begins with the drawn-out "Well…" as stylized by Holly's trademark hiccup ("Weh-uh-heh-uh-ell…"). Most of Holly's records were produced by his manager Norman Petty in New Mexico, but "Rave On" was recorded in New York by producer-bandleader Milton DeLugg. Holly's rendition is ranked #154 on Rolling Stone magazine's 2004 list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time.[2] The title was inspired by the 1956 Sun Records recording "Dixie Fried" by Carl Perkins, which uses the refrain "rave on."

I'M Gonna Love You Too

By ron61 48 in the Style of Buddy Holly
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" HOLLY FOR THE NEW YEAR " - FINAL ROUND !!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Blue Bayou

By ron61 48 in the Style of Roy Orbison
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Simply HAD to sing some Big " O " after attending an incredible tribute show by a local group, " The Lonely " ...... REALY GREAT SHOW :)

True Love Ways

By ron61 48 in the Style of Buddy Holly
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" HOLLY FOR THE NEW YEAR " - ROUND 7 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "True Love Ways" Released June 29, 1960 Recorded October 21, 1958, Pythian Temple studio, New York "True Love Ways" is a song co-written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty and recorded with the Dick Jacobs Orchestra in October 1958, four months before the singer's death. Some argue that this song is the most played "first song" at weddings. It was first released on the posthumous The Buddy Holly Story, Vol. 2 (Coral 57326/757326, March 1960). The song became a 1960 hit in Britain, reaching #25 on the pop singles chart.[1] In the extended version of the song, listeners can hear Holly preparing to sing. The audio starts with Norman Petty's wife (who also played on Buddy Holly's song "Everyday") saying "Yeah, we're rolling." A piano player and a tenor saxophone player start to play some notes, and Holly mutters "Okay," and clears his throat. The producer yells "Quiet, boys!" to everyone else in the room, and at the very end of the talkback, the producer says "Pitch, Ernie" to signal the piano player to give Holly his starting note, a B-flat. Along with "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" and "Raining in My Heart", this song was recorded on what would be his last recording session before his death on February 3, 1959. The session took place at the Pythian Temple on October 21, 1958.[2] The personnel: Al Caiola on guitar, Sanford Block on bass, Ernie Hayes on piano, Doris Johnson on harp, Abraham Richman on sax, Clifford Leeman on drums, Sylvan Shulman, Leo Kruczek, Leonard Posner, Irving Spice, Ray Free, Herbert Bourne, Julius Held and Paul Winter on violins, David Schwartz and Howard Kay on violas, Maurice Brown and Maurice Bialkin on cellos. Buddy Holly wrote "True Love Ways" for his wife, Maria Elena Holly, as a wedding gift. On April 29, 2011, she unveiled the never before seen "True Love Ways" photo of their wedding kiss, now displayed at P.J. Clarke's above Table 53, the very table where they became engaged while on their first date, on June 20, 1958.[3]

New World In The Morning

By ron61 48 in the Style of Roger Whittaker
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By ron61 48 in the Style of Buddy Holly
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" HOLLY FOR THE NEW YEAR " - ROUND 6 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reminiscing (Buddy Holly album) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Reminiscing" is a compilation album by American rock and roll icon Buddy Holly. The album was released as an LP record in both mono and stereo formats in February 1963 (see 1963 in music).[1] Reminiscing was Buddy Holly's third posthumously released album to feature previously unreleased material. The original recordings were overdubbed by the Fireballs in 1962[1] and many of the undubbed recordings appeared on For the First Time Anywhere in 1983.[2][3]

Let's Make Love

By ron61 48 in the Style of Faith Hill & Tim McGraw
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