The first song gleaned in this fashion was the Jim Reeves classic, (That's When I see the Blue in Your) Pretty Brown Eyes which Dolan released on the Pye label in 1966. A second US tour in 1967 led to an appraisal in Las Vegas and a substantial offer to appear there but he turned it down . Make Me an Island (1969). You're Such a Good Lookin' Woman (1970).
The Drifters (1960-1985) Joe Dolan (RIP) solo until 2007. Photo Gallery - Band Lineups - Discography - Audio samples - Where Are They Now? The Story. The story of The Drifters started when the two Dolan brothers Joe and Ben, got together with some friends and entered a local talent contest which they won. The brothers knew they could make a go of music and quit their day jobs (Ben as a carpenter and Joe as a compositor) and formed The Drifters in 1960 with Ben on Sax and Joe as guitarist and lead singer. The original lineup also included Charlie McMorrow (keyboards/sax), Jimmy Horan (bass), Sean Connolly (trumpet) and Eddie Deehy (drums).
Joe Dolan The Collection CD album contains the classic song You're Such a Good Looking Woman. You’re Such a Good Looking Woman Lyrics. Good Looking Women How To Look Better Singers Lyrics Fine Women Music Lyrics Song Lyrics Singer. Joe Dolan and the Drifters Pretty right wing in the sense that he is concerned about his own well being rather than anyone elses You’re Such a Good Looking Woman Lyrics. Phantom Quartz Paul Simon Quartz Crystal The Voice Lyrics Music Lyrics Song Lyrics.
Joe dolan & the drifters. On the pye label from 1966 from ireland. Label:pye 7N. Pretty brown eyes. Records advertised as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint. A JOE DOLAN - DESK CLOCK. made from the centre label of an Actual original 7" VINYL SINGLE RECORD. All materials used in the production of these fabulous gifts have been sourced in the UK and selected for the utmost quality, feel and appearance.
The Drifters Showband & Joe Dolan. Peggy Sue. Bobby Vee And The Crickets. The Drifters Showband & Joe Dolan.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Pretty Brown Eyes
Written-By – Belew*, Blake*, Stevenson*
|B||But I Do
Written-By – Gayten*, Guidry*
- Recorded At – Eamonn Andrews Studios
NotesProduced by Eamonn Andrews Studios Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 7N 17152
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 7N 17152 B
|7N.17152||Joe Dolan & The Drifters*||Joe Dolan & The Drifters* - Pretty Brown Eyes (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N.17152||Ireland||1966|
|7N.17152||Joe Dolan & The Drifters*||Joe Dolan & The Drifters* - Pretty Brown Eyes (7", Single)||Pye Records||7N.17152||UK||1966|