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Not only was Connie Francis one of the biggest recording stars in the English-speaking world, she also triumphed in many other foreign countries such as Germany, France and Japan. Consequently her rec
A wonderful Connie Francis CD from Sepia, featuring two albums plus additional tracks!
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EU-only release. By the early 1960s, not only was Connie Francis established as the most successful female singer in the world, she was easily the most prolific, cutting an average of six LPs and four
This 1st comprehensive set of movie music by pops 1 female vocalist in the era between Doris Day and Janis Joplin contains 24 tracks recorded for andor performed in the 60s MGM films Where the Boy
In early 1960s America, the aspirations of many a singer was to get a residency at the Copacabana, the legendary New York nightclub. Whilst singles success might help them get there, a perfect perform
An amazing digitally remastered collection of uptempo songs from the 1960s pop queen. With 33 tracks, this CD is a bargain at any price and comes with a deluxe digipak with a 32 page booklet filled w
Lets keep in mind modern is 1962 for this album that shows Connie never straying too far from her Italian roots. The first 12 tracks on this CD were the tracks of the original album. The remaining cu
Budget price collection featuring 18 tracks including Bye Bye Love I Walk the Line. Spectrum. 1999.
Connie Francis released her first album for MGM in April 1958 the end of 1959 she had issued no fewer than nine albums! Fortunately, there was quality to go with the quantity, as her countless hit si
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Of all the albums Connie Francis recorded for MGM Records in the late 50s and 60s, the most cherished by her fans are her Italian language releases. Connie Francis - the Italian Collection, Volumes
A wonderful 3 CD collection of 75 of the greatest hits of 60s legend Connie Francis. Includes Whos Sorry Now, Everybodys Somebodys Fool, Lipstick on Your Collar, Stupid Cupid and many more1.