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Harbor Lights - The Platters Featuring Paul Robi - Greatest Hits (Cassette)

8 comments on “ Harbor Lights - The Platters Featuring Paul Robi - Greatest Hits (Cassette)

  1. Nigami
    The Platters - Harbor Lights Lyrics. I saw the harbor lights They only told me we were parting The same old harbor lights That once brought you to me I watched the harbor light. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of
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  2. Doulrajas
    Harbor Lights Lyrics: I saw the harbor lights / They only told me we were parting / The same old harbor lights / That once brought you to me / I watched the harbor lights / How could I help if tears.
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  3. Arashizragore
    The song Harbour Lights was written by Jimmy Kennedy and Hugh Williams and was first recorded and released by Roy Fox and His Orchestra in It was covered by Colin Paul, Lance James, The Exotic Guitars, Frank Ferrari and other artists.
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  4. Dousar
    During this time former members Paul Robi, Herb Reed, and Tony Williams each toured with their own groups as The Platters. During the s, several former members died, including David Lynch (), Nate Nelson () and Paul Robi (). The Platters were inducted into the .
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  5. Diktilar
    The beautiful pop standard "Harbor Lights" is given a great vocal harmony treatment by The Platters. It was a hit for them in
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  6. Aram
    If you're looking to reprise The Platters' 's Mercury hits on CD, you won't go far wrong with this collection. These are the original recordings featuring the recognised lineup of Tony Williams, Zola Taylor, Herb Reed, David Lynch and Paul Robi/5().
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  7. Gushicage
    written by Paul Robi, Buck Ram (as Jean Miles) & Zola Taylor. 05/ My Dream by The Platters. 24 US. Harbor Lights by The Platters. 8 US. 15 R&B. 11 UK [Mercury ] 65 US. B side to Harbor Lights [Mercury ] written by Jack Lawrence & Eric Coates. 05/ Ebb Tide by The Platters. 56 US. featuring Tony.
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  8. Bak
    The Platters Their distinctive sound was a bridge between the pre-rock Tin Pan Alley tradition and the burgeoning new genre. The act went through several personnel changes, with the most successful incarnation comprising lead tenor Tony Williams, David Lynch, Paul Robi, Herb Reed, and Zola Taylor.
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