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The Crickets - The Crickets Don't Ever Change FLAC album


Performer: The Crickets
Genre: Rock
Title: The Crickets Don't Ever Change
Country: UK
Released: 1960
Style: Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1334 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1563 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1624 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 626
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Album Something Old, Something New, Something Blue, Somethin' Else! Don’t Ever Change Lyrics

That year, the Crickets' version of the Gerry Goffin–Carole King song "Don't Ever Change" (Liberty Records), featuring Naylor on lead vocals, reached the top five in the British single charts. Also in 1962 they released Bobby Vee Meets the Crickets, an album with Bobby Vee on lead vocals. For their 1962 UK tour, Allison was temporarily out of the group because of commitments with the . In 1963, the Crickets hit the UK top 40 twice more, with the singles "My Little Girl" and "Don't Try to Change Me", the last of their recordings.

Summer Picnic Vacation. The Crickets Don't Ever Change.

The Crickets - Willie and the Hand Jive 02:45. The Crickets - Don't Ever Change 02:17. The Crickets - Summertime Blues 01:54. The Crickets - Little Hollywood Girl 02:12. The Crickets - Pretty Blue Eyes 02:20. The Crickets - What'd I Say 02:37. The Crickets - Parisian Girl 02:01. The Crickets - Blue Blue Day 01:50. The Crickets - Love Is Stange 02:35. The Crickets - He's Old Enough to Know 01:55. The Crickets - Blue Monday 02:18. The Crickets - I'm Feeling Better 02:45.

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Tracklist

A1 More Than I Can Say
A2 Baby My Heart
B1 Peggy Sue Got Married
B2 Don't Cha Know

Notes

Note: Same Style As This Version 4790102 But Slightly Different Vocals, Not Buddy's On Either Version

Note: Came In A Reprint Picture Sleeve Witch Is Different To The Other versions
Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FEP 2064 The Crickets Don't Ever Change ‎(7", EP) Coral FEP 2064 UK 1962