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Rose Brennan - Mean To Me MP3
Rose Brennan - Mean To Me MP3
Performer: Rose Brennan
Title: Mean To Me
Label: His Master's Voice
Country: UK
Released: 1958
Style: Vocal
Cat: 45-POP 548
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1109 mb | MP3 size: 2250 mb | WMA size: 2338 mb
Genre: Pop

1Mean To Me
Written By – Ahlert, Turk
2Treasure Of Your Love
Written By – Barry de Vorzon


  • ConductorFrank Cordell


Be at Home with Me - Rose Brennan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: Sweetheart I love you Think the world of you But Im afraid you dont care for me You never show it Dont let me know it Everyone says Im a fool to be Pining the whole day through Why do you act like you do. Текст песни: Youre mean to me Why must you be mean to me Gee, baby, it seems to me Youd love to see me cryin'. Makes no Sense to Me performed at the CD launch of Rose Brennans 3rd album Hospice Saturday 5th Dec, 2015, in Burren Social Club, Burren, Co. To Me. Mean to Me - Rosemary Clooney. Mean to Me is a popular song with music by Fred E. Ahlert and lyrics by Roy Turk, published in 1929. Hit versions that year were by Ruth Etting and by Helen Morgan. The song is a popular standard, recorded by many artists. Annette Hanshaw - recorded in New York February 20, 1929. Released under the pseudonym of Gay Ellis and Her Orchestra on Harmony 859H. Billie Holiday recorded her version in 1937 with Lester Young and Teddy Wilson and this was very popular that year. Rose Brennan. Irish Pub Favourites Album. 2 버전. Wing Records. Mean To Me 7, Single. His Master's Voice. 45-POP 548. Rose Brennan born 1 January 1931 is an Irish singer. She is best known for a long spell with the Joe Loss orchestra in the 1950s and 1960s. Rose Brennan was born in Cabra West, a suburb of Dublin, Ireland. At age sixteen she started singing with the Neil Kearns Orchestra at Dublin's Olympic Ballroom, Johnny Devlin's De Luxe Orchestra at the Crystal Ballroom, and the Pavilion popularly known as The Hangar in Salthill, County Galway. Roy Fox booked her in 1949 for his stage show at the Theatre