Originally Recorded

Some articles on originally recorded:

The Hit Factory Volume 3
... Minogue (B Side to "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi") Turn It Into Love Hazell Dean (Originally recorded by Kylie Minogue) Help! Bananarama Lananeeneenoonoo (Originally recorded by The Beatles) Especially ... You Jason Donovan (B Side to "Too Many Broken Hearts") Ferry 'Cross the Mersey Various (Originally recorded by Gerry The Pacemakers) Disc two ...
Cledus Navidad
... featured are three cover songs "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" (originally recorded by Elmo Patsy), "Santa Claus Is Watching You" (originally recorded by Ray Stevens) and "Stephon the ...
Likable (song) - Overview
... "Faith" was originally recorded by the rock idol group, TOKIO, who released the song on their 2003 album, Glider ... "Natural Thang" a Latin influenced pop song was originally recorded by KinKi Kids and was released on the duo's C Album (1999) ... It was originally recorded by Takashi Utsunomiya who released the song as a single in 2003 as well ...
Another Time, Another Place: Timeless Christian Classics - Track Listing
... "God Is In Control" – 521 Originally recorded by Twila Paris Lead vocal Janna, Melissa 2 ... "For The Sake Of The Call" – 456 Originally recorded by Steven Curtis Chapman Lead vocal Greg, Melissa, Jody, Janna 3 ... "Thy Word" – 358 Originally recorded by Amy Grant Lead vocal Jody, Janna, Greg, Melissa 4 ...
Results - Song Information
... "Twist in My Sobriety" was originally recorded by Tanita Tikaram, from the 1988 album Ancient Heart ... '"Love Pains" was originally recorded by Yvonne Elliman, from the 1979 album Yvonne ... "Rent" and "Tonight Is Forever" were both originally recorded by Pet Shop Boys from, respectively, the albums Actually (1987) and Please (1986) ...

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