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Glenn Yarbrough - аккорды, тексты, табы, табулатуры, gtp

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Страна: США
Даты: 12.01.1930 - ...

Glenn Yarbrough (born January 12, 1930) is an American folk singer. He was the lead singer with The Limeliters between 1959 and 1963, and had a prolific solo career, recording on various labels.

Glenn was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and attended St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland.

One of Elektra Records' first artists, he was one of the first singers to record the traditional "The House of the Rising Sun." Among other career highlights, Yarbrough provided vocals for the Rankin/Bass animated versions of The Hobbit (1977) singing songs such as The Greatest Adventure, The Road Goes Ever On as well as The Return of the King (1980) singing "Frodo of the Nine Fingers" in addition to singing the title song in the 1966 holiday classic, The Christmas That Almost Wasn't. His most popular single, and the one for which he is most well-known today is "Baby the Rain Must

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Альбомы и синглы:

  • Come Share My Life [альбом]
  • I Could Have Been A Sailor [альбом]
  • Sings Rod McKuen [альбом]
  • The Lonely Things [альбом]
  • Christmas with Glenn Yarbrough [11.07.1998, альбом]
  • Time to Move On [25.04.1999, альбом]
  • Here We Go, Baby [09.07.2002, альбом]
  • One More Round [21.06.2005, альбом]

Концертные альбомы:

  • At the Hungry i
  • Joy Across the Land


  • All-Time Favorites [сборник]
  • Baby the Rain Must Fall [сборник]
  • The Tradition Years: Come Sit by My Side [04.07.2006, сборник]
Название Материалы
A Hundred Men
Baby The Rain Must All
Baby The Rain Must Fall
The Greatest Adventure

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