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Mp3 Diane Renay - Navy Blue

  • Performer: Diane Renay
  • Album: Navy Blue
  • Label: 20th Century Fox Records
  • Catalog #: TFM 4133(C)
  • MP3: 2430 mb | FLAC: 1858 mb
  • Released: 1964
  • Country: Canada
  • Style: Vocal
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 605
  • Category: Pop
Mp3 Diane Renay - Navy Blue

Tracklist

1Hello Heartaches
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Sid Bass
2:47
2Please Forget Me
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Daniel Lanning
2:59
3Navy Blue
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Bud Rehak, Eddie Rambeau
2:29
4A Present From Eddie
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Bud Rehak, Eddie Rambeau
2:44
5Man Of Mystery
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Charles Calello
2:21
6He Promised Me Forevermore
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer
2:40
7Bell Bottom Trousers
Written-By – Moe Jaffe
2:46
8Sooner Or Later
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Hedy Sontag, Roberta Goldstein
2:21
9Soldier Boy
Written-By – Florence Green, Luther Dixon
2:40
10Kiss Me, Sailor
Written-By – Bud Rehak, Eddie Rambeau
2:25
11Soft - Spoken Guy
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Bud Rehak, Eddie Rambeau
2:35
12Unbelievable Guy
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Larry Santos
2:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TFS 4133Diane Renay Navy Blue ‎(LP, Album)20th Century Fox RecordsTFS 4133US1964
TFM 3133Diane Renay Navy Blue ‎(LP, Album, Mono)20th Century Fox RecordsTFM 3133US1964
GXC 72Diane Renay Navy Blue ‎(LP, Album, RE)20th Century Fox RecordsGXC 72Japan1978
ODR 6111Diane Renay Navy Blue ‎(CD, Album, RE, Pap)Oldays RecordsODR 6111Japan2015
CSJ-346Diane Renay Navy Blue ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Red)中聲CSJ-346TaiwanUnknown

Credits

  • Arranged By, ConductorCalello (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B6), Sid Bass (tracks: A4)
  • Liner NotesDick Smith
  • ProducerBob Crewe
  • VocalsDiane Renay

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited

Video

Album

Navy Blue is the debut studio album by American performer Diane Renay, released in 1964. It included two Top 40 hits, Navy Blue and Kiss Me Sailor. The album was released in 1964 following the worldwide success of Navy Blue. It reached number 54 on the Billboard Top LPs chart now called The Billboard Hot 200, spending 11 weeks on the chart. All four of the album's singles were featured on the girl-group anthology Growin' Up Too Fast. Navy Blue In the Style of Diane Renay - Single. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Under the direction of composer Bob Crewe's guidance and signed to the 20th Century label, Diane Renay, then 17 years old, released her biggest hit, free to Diane Renay Navy Blue Kiss Me, Sailor, Soft - Spoken Guy and more. 12 tracks 31:21. Navy Blue. Diane Renay. Released 1964. Navy Blue Tracklist. Kiss Me Sailor Lyrics. Navy Blue Lyrics. Unbelievable Guy Lyrics. About Navy Blue. Navy Blue Q&A. Record Label 20th Century Fox Records. More Diane Renay albums. The Very Best Of. Diane Renay Sings Some Things Old & Some Things New. GXC 72. Navy Blue LP, Album, RE. 20th Century Fox Records. Diane Renay - I Had a Dream & Troublemaker - Double Play - 45 rpm audio 5:35. Diane renay navy blue 1963 2:32. Diane Renay - 1964 TV Appearance - Kiss Me Sailor 3:00. Diane Renay is usually identified as a one-hit wonder, but that's not only not quite true she did have a second hit, but it implies a somewhat more ephemeral talent and output than was the case. Additionally, for a time in 1964, she was the major d. read more. similar to. dianerenay Albums. Navy Blue 1964. Album by Diane Renay. Soldier Boy. is a cover of. Soldier Boy by The Shirelles 1962. was covered in. Navy Blue by Wink 1988. Album: Navy Blue - 25 Super Tracks, 2009. Under the direction of composer Bob Crewe's guidance and signed to the 20th Century label, Diane Renay, then 17 years old, released her biggest hit, Navy Blue, in late 1963. The song told the story of a girl, lonely for her steady boyfriend away from home in the U. Navy and anxious to see him again. Navy Blue, composed by Crewe with Bud Rehak and Eddie Rambeau, became a national smash, reaching No. 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in February 1964, and soaring to No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary singles chart