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R. Dean Taylor - At The High School Dance FLAC album


Performer: R. Dean Taylor
Genre: Rock
Title: At The High School Dance
Country: Canada
Released: 1961
FLAC version ZIP size: 1173 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1558 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1482 mb
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Artist: R. Dean Taylor. Album: Rock-A-Billy Dynamite, Vol. 14, Lost Pop & Doo Wop, Vol. 4. Release year: 2012. R. Dean Taylor: best 2 tracks. Dean Taylor - Loves Your Name The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 10: 1970, 2008 02:19. Dean Taylor - Gotta See Jane The Complete Motown Singles - Vol. 8: 1968, 2007 03:04. Artist: R.

Dean Taylor Don't Fool Around. Eddie Taylor Indiana Wants Me. 03:41. Dean Taylor All Grown Up. 02:32. Dean Taylor Gotta See Jane. Dean Taylor Poor Girl. Dean Taylor Back Street. Dean Taylor Ain't It A Sad Thing. Dean Taylor At the High School Dance. Dean Taylor Don't Fool Around.

The next year, Taylor's "At the High School Dance", a single for Amy-Mala Records, was a minor success. Dean Taylor (b. 1939) is a Canadian songwriter, record producer, and singer. 1939) is a Canadian songwriter, record producer, and singer

All songs by R Dean Taylor can be download here. Window Shopping (1974) R. At The High School Dance (1962) R Dean Taylor. There& A Ghost In My House R Dean Taylor. I'll Remember (1962) R Dean Taylor.

There's a Ghost in My House" is a song written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Eddie Holland of Motown Records, together with R. It was originally recorded by Taylor in 1966. Produced by Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier, it was released as a single on the Motown subsidiary .

Dean Taylor (born Richard Dean Taylor, 11 May 1939 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian singer, most notable as a recording artist, songwriter and record producer for Motown during the 1960s and 1970s. According to Jason Ankeny, Taylor "remains one of the most underrated acts ever to record under the Motown aegis. The next year, Taylor's "At The High School Dance", a single for Amy-Mala Records, was a minor success. His next single, "I'll Remember", on the Barry label, was a success for Toronto rock and roll radio station CHUM, and the singer decided to relocate to Detroit, Michigan to further his career.

Dean Taylor (b. Born Richard Dean Taylor on the 11th May 1939 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, he began his career in 1961 as a pianist and singer with several bands in Toronto. He also made his first recordings in 1961, for the Audiomaster record label.

Tracklist

At The High School Dance
How Wrong Can You Be

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AM-1 R. Dean Taylor At The High School Dance ‎(7") Audio Master Records AM-1 Canada 1961
B-3023X R. Dean Taylor At The High School Dance ‎(7") Barry B-3023X Canada 1961