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Money Honey - The Drifters & Ben E. King - Their Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. Zulucage
    May 10,  · Money Honey (Tom Rush/The Drifters) May 10, Elijah Wald I liked Tom Rush’s voice and guitar playing, but even more than his musicianship I have to thank him for introducing me to a well-curated selection of classic rock ‘n’ roll songs.
  2. Voodoom
    Two great albums by the gospel-influenced group that gave the fledgling Atlantic Records some of its first hits. These Drifters, of course, are not to be confused with the quartet of the same name, also on Atlantic, who were led by (among others) Ben E. King, and /5(15).
  3. Bale
    The post Drifters (which also included guitarist Billy Davis) are usually thought of as the "Ben E. King Drifters," but the reality was that King had left the group by the end of that same year. King's first successor was Johnny Williams, who exited suddenly in late , but the Drifters quickly found a replacement in Rudy Lewis.
  4. Nekus
    A: Ben E. King B: Ben E. King 54 9 "Save the Last Dance for Me" b/w "Nobody But Me" Ben E. King 1 1 2 Save The Last Dance For Me "I Count The Tears" / 17 6 28 "Suddenly There's A Valley" Tommy Evans & Bobby Hendricks The Drifters' Greatest Hits: "Some Kind of Wonderful" b/w "Honey Bee" (Non-album track) A: Rudy Lewis B: David Baughn 32 6.
  5. Tygogrel
    Song information for Money Honey - The Drifters on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases The Drifters / Ben E. King. Their Greatest Hits. Music Club Deluxe: Various Artists. Simply Rock 'n' Roll [].
  6. Yotilar
    b/w "My Heart Cries for You" (from Ben E. King Sings for Soulful Lovers) Jul Atco 88 88 Non-album track "I'm Standing By" b/w "Walking in the Footsteps of a Fool" (Non-album track) Oct Atco Seven Letters "Tell Daddy" b/w "Auf Weidersehn, My Dear" (from Ben E. King's Greatest Hits) Dec Atco 29 Non.
  7. Akibar
    Atlantic 7 Let The Boogie Roll/ Greatest Hits Lucille; Money Honey; The Way I Feel; Let The Boogie Woogie Roll; Gone; Such A Night; Warm Your Heart; Don't Dog Me; Bip Bam; What'cha Gonna Do; Honey Love; White Christmas; Bells Of St. Mary's; If I Didn't Love You Like I Do; There You Go; Some Day You'll Want Me To Want You; Try.
  8. Nejar
    The Drifters & Ben E. King ‎– Their Greatest Hits Label: Music Club Deluxe ‎– MCDLX Format: 2 – Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters: Money Honey Written-By – Jesse Stone:
  9. Durg
    They began in the early-‘50s when soul singer Clyde McPhatter put the band together as his backing group. McPhatter would eventually leave, allowing Ben E. King to assume the lead role, ushering the group into their most iconic phase. They would score massive pop hits during the early-'60s, and though The Drifters' commercial star dimmed in the ‘70s, the band has remained a touring draw well into the .

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