Dinah Washington - I Wouldnt Know / For All We Know (Vinyl)

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  1. Make Offer - Jazz DINAH WASHINGTON: I Only Know/New York Chicago & Los Angeles (, Mercury JAZZ 45 RPM RECORD - DINAH WASHINGTON - EmArcy EPA $ 5d 12h.
  2. For All We Know. For All We Know. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 4. Baby Won't You Please Come Home. Very High Quality Dinah Washington Vinyl. The wax sounds so good, it's like Dinah is right here in the room with you! Hghly Recommended! Real Gone Records is a great music company that releases very high quality music re-issues/5(13).
  3. However, please be aware that since the emphasis of this site is washington the music listener, our main concern is with the vinyl years any used item we dinah. Additionally, all of our records are graded visually; considering the volume of used vinyl we handle, it is impossible for us to listen to each record.
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  5. DINAH WASHINGTON. At some point in Dinah Washington's career she was nicknamed "The Queen of the Blues."The majestic designation stayed with her, though it became less accurate as her style evolved. Certainly the blues was at the root of her music, simply considering the many stormy relationships she went through that likely provoked her well-known mood swings; but her blues .
  6. Song information for I Wouldn't Know What to Do - Dinah Washington on AllMusic. Song information for I Wouldn't Know What to Do - Dinah Washington on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases We currently don't have any genres associated with this song. Would you like to contribute? Add Genre. Song Styles.
  7. During , Dinah Washington recorded jazz, blues, R&B, pop, and even gospel, excelling in each area. In after she had a major pop hit in "What a Difference a Day Makes," the quality of her recordings declined as she was mostly backed by large anonymous studio orchestras in an attempt to duplicate that song's commercial success.
  8. For All We Know by Dinah Washington from Drinking Again. 6. 88 US [Roulette ] written by John Frederick Coots & Sam M. Lewis. 09/ I Wouldn't Know by Dinah Washington. 4. 93 US. B side to For All We Know [Roulette ] written by Rose Marie McCoy. 11/ Cold, Cold Heart by Dinah Washington. 4. 96 US [R].

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