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Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her / Wedding Day mp3


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Tracklist


1Tell Laura I Love Her2:52
2Wedding Day


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
45030Ray Peterson Tell Laura I Love Her / Wedding Day ‎(7", Single)BR Music45030NetherlandsUnknown
45030Ray Peterson Tell Laura I Love Her / Wedding Day ‎(7", RE)Juke-Box Oldie45030France & Benelux1985


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Album


Tell Laura I Love Her - Ray Peterson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her, Wedding Day 1960. Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her. Ray Peterson - Wedding Day. Tell Laura I Love Her is a teenage tragedy song written by Jeff Barry and Ben Raleigh. It was a U. top ten popular music hit for singer Ray Peterson in 1960 on RCA Victor Records, reaching No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Later that same year, the song was recorded and released by Ricky Valance in the United Kingdom, where it went all the way to the No. 1 spot on the UK Singles Chart. Tell Laura I Love Her has been a hit in 14 countries, and has sold over seven million copies. Ray T. Peterson was born in Denton, Texas. As a boy he had to overcome polio. Blessed with a four octave singing voice, Peterson moved to Los the video for Tell Laura I Love Her from Ray Peterson's Tell Laura I Love Her for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Recent Listening Trend. Sunday 15 December 2019. Ray Peterson was born in Denton, Texas. Blessed with a 4-octave singing voice, he idolized the vocal sounds of fellow Texan, Roy Orbison. Peterson moved to Los Angeles, California where he was signed by RCA Victor Records in 1957. He recorded several songs that were minor hits until The Wonder of You made it into the Billboard Top Thirty list. The song would later be recorded by Elvis Presley with whom he became close friends. Ray Peterson. Tell Laura I Love Her. Collectables' reissue of Ray Peterson's RCA debut album, Tell Laura I Love Her, naturally features the hit title track, perhaps the definitive teen death song of the early '60s. The remainder of the disc contains the other 11 songs on the original record, which are all in a similar albeit less morbid vein. Apart from the singles The Wonder of You and Goodnight My Love Pleasant Dreams, there aren't many hidden gems here, but much of the music is quite enjoyable as artifacts. Tell Laura I Love Her gives us a magnificent showcase of the wonderful talent of the late Ray Peterson. He had quite a voice his four octave-plus vocal range remains outstanding to this day. Tell Laura I Love Her stuns me with its beauty Ray handles this well and it shines bright in his capable hands. I'm Tired is another fine number that sparkles when Ray Peterson sings it that guitar work enhances the ballad, too. I highly recommend this album for his fans and people who enjoy music from the middle part of the twentieth century will want this for their collections, too. 1960 death song. Later in the same year, Ricky Valance recorded a version that got to Number 1 in the British charts. Laura and Tommy were lovers He wanted to give her everything Flowers, presents And most of all a wedding ring. He saw a sign for a stock car race A thousand dollar prize it read He couldn't get Laura on the phone So to her mother Tommy said. Tell Laura I love her Tell Laura I need her Tell Laura I may be late I've something to do that cannot wait. He drove his car to the racing ground He was the youngest driver there The crowd roared as they started the race Round the track they drove at a deadly pace. The Wonder Of You. I'm Tired. Shirley Purly. Is It Wrong. Come And Get It Remake. I Forgot What It Was Like. Wedding Day. Missing You. My Blue Angel. Give Us Your Blessings. I'm Gone

Ray Peterson - Tell Laura I Love Her / Wedding Day mp3
Ballad
Performer: Ray Peterson
Title: Tell Laura I Love Her / Wedding Day
Category: Pop
Country: Europe
Released: 1985
Label: BR Music
Catalog #: 45030
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 007
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo