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8 thoughts on “ Rose Maddox - Kiss Me Like Crazy / Just One More Time (Vinyl)

  • Kajitilar
    29.09.2019 at 21:59
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    Mar 30,  · CDs & Vinyl Go Search () Maddox Brothers and Rose - A Wooin' We Will Go () Maddox Brothers and Rose - Just One More Time () Maddox Brothers and Rose - Kiss Me Like Crazy () Maddox Brothers and Rose - The Life That You've Led () Maddox Brothers and Rose - Second Choice (). Reply
  • Zulkizshura
    29.09.2019 at 10:48
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    Song information for Kiss Me Like Crazy - Rose Maddox on AllMusic. Reply
  • Voodoosida
    27.09.2019 at 09:39
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    Jan 23,  · Maddox was the singer in the Maddox Brothers and Rose, often considered to be "the greatest hillbilly band of all time". In she was nominated for a Grammy award for her Arhoolie recording $35 and a Dream. Her life story and that of the band were told in the biography, Ramblin' Rose: The Lif read more. Reply
  • Mecage
    22.09.2019 at 23:13
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    May 21,  · Rose Maddox - Let Me Kiss You For Old Times, Reply
  • Dibar
    22.09.2019 at 19:15
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    Tex Williams, Rose Maddox / Hank Snow, Jimmie Snow* - Navy Country Hoedown: No. 97 Rose Maddox / No. 98 Jimmie Snow ‎ (Vinyl, 16", Transcription) Navy Country Hoedown: US: Kiss Me Like Crazy / Just One More Time 2 versions: Columbia: US: Sell This Version: 2 versions. Reply
  • Mall
    29.09.2019 at 02:59
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    SIGNED ROSE MADDOX MASTERPIECE VINYL LP ORIGINAL BROS ROCKABILLY COUNTRY Favourite Auctions Rose Maddox: Kiss Me Like Crazy / Just One More Time: Columbia: 7", 45 RPM,, US: Rose Maddox: There's A Time And A Place / I Really Don't Want To Know: Cathay Records: 7", 45 RPM, Single. Reply
  • Maugrel
    01.10.2019 at 10:09
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    Rose Maddox - Kiss Me Like Crazy () by HillbillyBoogie1. Gosh I Miss You All The Time - Maddox Brothers & Rose by Martin Hall. The Maddox Bros. & Rose - Kiss Me Quick and Go - . Reply
  • Malall
    23.09.2019 at 14:33
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    The Maddox Brothers & Rose belong in that upper echelon of performers whose contributions shaped country music for the ages. The difference is that the Maddox Brothers & Rose have not been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, never charted a national hit, and are far /5(3). Reply

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