Ray Pollard and The Wanderers. 2003 pop. Black Heat. Ocie Stockard, The Wanderers - Bass Man Jive Best of Western Swing, 2014 02:35. The Wanderers - We Could Find Happiness Doo Wop - Jukebox Hits, Vol. 10, 2014 02:39. The Wanderers - Find Me The Wanderers, Vol. I, 2018 04:33. The Wanderers - Greed The Wanderers, Vol. I, 2018 03:50. The Wanderers - Somebody Else's Sweetheart The Burt Bacharach Songbook 1959-61, 2012 02:40. The Wanderers - You, Me and Christmas You, Me and Christmas, 2010 05:45. Dion, Dion & The Wanderers, Dion;The Wanderers, The Wanderers - Farewell Wonder Where I'm Bound, 1969 03:27
Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers - Snow Flakes. album: It's Christmas - Volume 2. Julius Patzak, Michael Raucheisen - Das Deutsche Lied: Wanderers Nachtlied, op. 40 Nr. 5. album: Michael Raucheisen Vol. 10. Ocie Stockard & His Wanderers - Bass Man Jive. album: Smash Country Hits. Storyark - Wanderers. The Wanderers - My Girl. Ray Pollard and The Wanderers - All Things You Are. album: Ray Pollard and The Wanderers. Ray Pollard and The Wanderers - I'll Know.
The Wanderers Shadrach Meshack Abednego. Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers - Rock and Roll Party Mi. p3.
Essential Doo Wop, Vol. 9 (100 Essential Doo Wop Tracks) - The Clovers. The Early Days of Rock and Roll: The Very Best Golden Oldies from the Clovers, The Platters, And the Dominoes - The Clovers, The Dominoes, The Platters. The Feelin' Is Good - The Clovers. Essential Doo Wop, Vol. 8 (100 Essential Doo Wop Tracks) - The Clovers. The History of Doo Wop, Vol. 18 (50 Unforgettable Doo Wop Tracks) - The Clovers.
The Guided by Voices discography includes dozens of releases, both official and unofficial. Robert Pollard, the main creative force behind the band, is an extremely prolific songwriter, having written or co-written more than 1,600 songs, with over 500 of them released under the Guided by Voices moniker.
Find the song lyrics for The Wanderers - Top Tracks. Ray Pollard And The Wanderers. 109. 9. Somebody Else's Sweetheart. 85. There Is No Greater Love. 81. 11. I'll Never Smile Again.
The Wanderers, Vol. I - EP 2018. The Wanderers, Vol. The Wanderers were a popular East Coast doo wop group who went through numerous name changes during their decade-long career, and despite various label-related shuffling and stylistic changes, national success eluded them at each turn. They are best known for their cover material, and had minor East Coast hits with "For Your Love" and "Thinking of Yo. They began their career in 1952 as the Barons. The Wanderers continued to perform in the Northeastern . until lead vocalist Ray Pollard landed a role in the Broadway musical Purlie. He dropped out of the group, who disbanded soon thereafter. After the musical ran its course, Pollard continued to make club appearances as a solo artist, performing in a wide variety of styles.
|1||–Ray Pollard||The Drifter|
|2||–Ray Pollard||This Time (I'm Gonna Be True)|
|3||–The Wanderers||You Can't Run Away From Me|
|4||–The Wanderers||Run Run Senorita|
|5||–Ray Pollard||No More Like Me|
|6||–Ray Pollard||It's A Sad Thing|
|7||–The Wanderers||A Little Too Long|
|8||–The Wanderers||Somebody Else's Sweetheart|
|9||–Ray Pollard||Let Him Go (And Let Me Love You)|
|10||–Ray Pollard||This Is No Laughing Matter|
|11||–Ray Pollard||Darling Take Me Back I'm Sorry|
|12||–Ray Pollard||Lie Lips Lie|
|13||–Ray Pollard||This Is My Song|
|14||–Ray Pollard||My Girl And I|
|15||–The Wanderers||I'll Know|
|16||–The Wanderers||After He Breaks Your Heart|
|17||–Ray Pollard||Wander Lust|
|18||–Ray Pollard||All Things You Are|
|19||–Ray Pollard||I Am Now|
|20||–Ray Pollard||Soul Mate|
|21||–The Wanderers||(I Love You) Much Too Much|
|24||–The Wanderers||Birth Of The Blues|
|26||–The Wanderers||Where Can I Go|
|27||–The Wanderers||Climb Every Mountain|
|28||–The Wanderers||Everyday (I Hear The Blues)|
|29||–The Wanderers||My Love Comes Oozin Down|
|30||–Ray Pollard||Schaeffer Beer Commercial|
|31||–Ray Pollard||Contact Cold Medicine Commercial|
|32||–Ray Pollard||Smile, You're On Candid Camera|