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  1. John Schroeder Wanna Thank You Girl Uk Ex Promo 7. $ John Schroeder Lp The Sound Di Today Orig '60 Italy Mint Promo Unplayed. $ Jack Teagarden - Verve {nm Promo} Whank Jones, Duvivier, Schroeder. $ John Schroeder .
  2. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 Basket Settings Man of Yesterday: The Anthology. David Byron. 3 Wanna Thank You Girl. by John Schroeder. Wanna Thank You Girl by John Schroeder/5(2).
  3. John Schroeder - Wanna Thank You Girl / A Picture Of You - Pye - New Zealand () Previous by Artist. Sounds Orchestral Featuring Johnny Pearson - A Man And A Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme) / West Of Carnaby - Piccadilly - UK () Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Man of Yesterday: The Anthology by David Byron Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Wanna Thank You Girl on Discogs. Label: Pye Records - 7N • Format: Vinyl 7 John Schroeder - Wanna Thank You Girl (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. A: Wanna Thank You Girl B: A Picture Of You: Pye UK: 7N 26 Feb 7" 1: John Schroeder Orchestra A: Witchi-Tai-To B: Smooth Heat: Pye UK: 7N 11 Jun 7" 0: John Schroeder Orchestra A: One Way Glass B: The Bird Has Flown: Pye UK: 7N 19 Nov 7" 2: John Schroeder And Orchestra A: Soul For Sale B: Lovin.
  7. John Schroeder, Category: Artist, Albums: Soul Coaxing: The Many Moods of John Schroeder, Top Tracks: Theme from "The Fugitive", Wanna Thank You Girl, The Bird Has Flown, Witchi Tai To, A Picture Of You, Biography: Arranger/conductor/producer John Schroeder wrote a number one U.K. hit for British singer Helen Shapiro ("Walkin' Back to Happiness") in the early '60s, made the first licensing.
  8. "En Français” (s’il vous plaît) is Pomplamoose’s very first French record AND our first attempt at pressing vinyl! We made this album with John Schroeder and a bunch of other SUPER talented musicians. It’s fun, sentimental and jazzy (but not in a bad way). Songs include such classics as Joe Dassin’s “Les Champs-Elysées”, Edith Piaf’s “Sous le Ciel de Paris,” Georges.

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