Patty Duke - Sings Songs from the Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections mp3 downloadPerformer: Patty Duke
Title: Sings Songs from the Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections
Style: AM Pop,Early Pop/Rock,Girl Groups
Size MP3 version: 1676 mb
Size FLAC version: 1449 mb
Size WMA version: 1393 mb
Format: MIDI MPC TTA MP2 DXD AC3
Genre: Pop Rock
Patty Duke - Sings Songs from the Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections mp3 download
From the 1967 album "Patty Duke sings songs from 'Valley Of The Dolls' and other selections" Fair use policy.
Singing actress Patty Duke's first two albums (1965's Don't Just Stand There and 1966's Patty) fell firmly in the girl group/Brill Building arena, with her sweet and unschooled voice giving the covers of Beatles songs and melancholy originals a sense of teenage longing that worked rather better than one might expect. By the time the two albums collected here were recorded, Duke was growing up and her music took a turn toward a more adult sound. It's still not to the level of her first two albums, but it's certainly much more fun to listen to than the Valley of the Dolls album. That being said, anyone who's a fan of celebrity albums and slightly silly musical artifacts will find that this collection delivers plenty of kitschy value.
Theme From Valey Of The Dolls. 06. My Own Little Place. 07. Half-Hearted Kisses. Stevenson: Lead Free - . Stevenson (CD) Art-Nr.
Her last album release for United Artists Records, "Patty Duke Sings Songs From Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections" failed to rack up robust sales, and the LP would go out of print after just one year. Gene Kelly, writing the liner notes, extolled, "Of course, Patty is an exciting singer, but precisely because her voice is excited and emotional and full of action. Stephen M. Moser of the Austin Chronicle wrote about this film: "The definitive camp classic. Valley of the Dolls" is a great movie in the very same way that Showgirls (1995) is a great movie. Rent it and howl!" 9 of 11 found this interesting Interesting?
Valley of the Dolls is a 1967 American drama film directed by Mark Robson, produced by Robson and David Weisbart, and starring Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Sharon Tate and Susan Hayward. It was based on Jacqueline Susann's 1966 novel of the same name. Three young women meet when they embark on their careers
Sings Songs From Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections Album Cover Art. Patty Duke. 5. Theme From "Valley of the Dolls". 6.
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Songs from Valley of The Dolls and Other Selections. United Artists UAL 3623/UAS 6623. United Artists (Unreleased ). 1968.
Sings Songs From Valley of the Dolls and Other Selections. 1. Album + Compilation.
Popular Songs of Artist/Band. Patty Duke - The Housewife's Lament. Patty Duke - The World Is Watching Us. Patty Duke - Blowin' in the Wind. Patty Duke - Why Don't They Understand. Patty Duke - Yesterday.
|1||It's Impossible André Previn / Dory Previn||Patty Duke||2:14|
|2||Come Live with Me André Previn / Dory Previn||Patty Duke||2:21|
|3||Give a Little More André Previn / Dory Previn||Patty Duke||2:29|
|4||I'll Plant My Own Tree André Previn / Dory Previn||Patty Duke||2:18|
|5||Theme from Valley of the Dolls André Previn / Dory Previn||Patty Duke||3:22|
|6||My Own Little Place Henry Jack Williams||Patty Duke||2:13|
|7||Half Hearted Kisses||Patty Duke||2:12|
|8||Roses Are Red Al Byron / Paul Evans||Patty Duke||3:03|
|9||A Million Things to Do Jack Fishman||Patty Duke||1:48|
|10||Forever Yours John Hornsby||Patty Duke||2:08|
|11||Learn to Live with Your Heartbreak Arnold Goland||Patty Duke||3:15|
CreditsAl Byron - Composer
Patty Duke - Primary Artist
Paul Evans - Composer
Jack Fishman - Composer
Arnold Goland - Composer
John Hornsby - Composer
André Previn - Composer
Dory Previn - Composer
Henry Jack Williams - Composer