The Twenties Roar Back. Singer: The Peep Hole 8. Short Info: Category: Jazz Style: Year: 1958. The Peep Hole 8. The Twenties Roar Back (LP, Mono).
A1 Who's Sorry Now A2 Ain't Misbehavin' A3 Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella A4 Dardenella A5 Nobody's Sweetheart Now A6 Diga Diga Doo B1 Blue And Broken Hearted B2 The Sheik Of Araby B3 Jealous B4 I Can't Give You Anything But Love B5 Lonesome And Sorry.
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The Roaring Twenties and beyond. King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and Prime Minister Winston Churchill, appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace before the cheering crowds on VE (Victory in Europe) Day, May 8, 1945. The Roaring Twenties and beyond. 1922 still from the American drama film Stardust.
|Who's Sorry Now|
|Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella|
|Nobody's Sweetheart Now|
|Diga Diga Doo|
|Blue And Broken Hearted|
|The Sheik Of Araby|
|I Can't Give You Anything But Love|
|Lonesome And Sorry|
|DLP-66||The Peep Hole 8*||The Twenties Roar Back (LP, Mono)||Design Records||DLP-66||US||1958|
|DLP-66||The Peep Hole 8*||The Twenties Roar Back (LP, Mono)||Design Records||DLP-66||US||1957|
|sdlp 66||The Peephole Eight||The Twenties Roar Back (LP)||Design Records||sdlp 66||US||1958|