Did You See My Daddy Over There - Frank Ifield - A Mothers Faith (Vinyl)

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  1. Feb 22,  · Recorded Sydney NSW (Frank's 1st Commercial Recording)tegpihourssecrustfrug.petgcotiserlickrardauscurpehapeho.co in Coventry ENGLAND 30 November Moved to Australia Circa Returned to UK in.
  2. Frank Ifield - "20 Greatest Hits" J&B (JB) vinyl, out of print Frank Ifield - The Early Years Vol. 1: (Axis label AX) Track Listing DID YOU SEE MY DADDY OVER THERE THERE'S A LOVE KNOT IN MY LARIAT VALLEY OF LOVE BROKEN DREAMS ABDUL ALBULBUL AMIRA MOTHERS FAITH I WONT BE AT HOME GOING BACK TO .
  3. A Mother's Faith, an EP by Frank Ifield. Released in on Columbia (EMI) (catalog no. SEGO; Vinyl 7").
  4. Dec 20,  · Directed by Michael Mills. With Michael Crawford, Richard Pescud, Michele Dotrice, Lajla Lund. Because Frank passed out in the only fatherhood class he attended, after one minute of the 'dirty film', Betty takes him along to a cousin's daughters, who only enjoy his inadvertent monkey-business, ultimately actually co-starring with a zoo chimp/10(1).
  5. Cilla’s two proto-power ballads, the best of which was ‘You’re My World’, The Pacemaker’s weird showtune swansong ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, a couple of leftovers from the previous era in Elvis’s ‘(You’re the) Devil in Disguise’ and Frank Ifield’s final, and most pleasing, #1 ‘Confessin’ (That I Love You)’. And.

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