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Shirley Bassey - Thoughts Of Love (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Shirley Bassey."Love, Life and Feelings" 12" Vinyl Record LP See pictures for condition as this is the one you receive Shirley Bassey."Love, Life and Feelings" 12" Vinyl Record LP See pictures for condition as this is the one you receive SHIRLEY BASSEY - Thoughts Of Love - UK track vinyl LP. $ + $ shipping. Picture Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. However, I love them all. I had this LP over forty years ago and think it is definitely one of her best and I played it constantly then. I would recommend it to anyone over 45 but it would also appeal to many younger ones who just love good music and vocals which one can understand. Of course, it is a must for every Shirley Bassey fan/5(32).
  3. Thoughts Of Love Shirley Bassey Thoughts Of Love ( Uk track Vinyl Lp Including Send In The Clowns Killing Me Softly Feelings You Are The Sunshine Of My Life And The Way We Were Hou.
  4. SHIRLEY BASSEY - THOUGHTS OF LOVE - VINYL LP RECORD. £ Click & Collect. £ postage. Genre: Pop. 2 pre-owned from £ New listing SHIRLEY BASSEY / THOUGHTS OF LOVE / ORIGINAL LP / VINYL ALBUM. £ 0 bids. £ postage. Ending 28 Jun at PM BST 6d 22h Genre.
  5. IDz - Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love - MFP - vinyl LP. £ + £ P&P. Shirley Bassey vinyl LP album record What Now My Love UK MFP MFP. £ + £ P&P. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. Mouse over to zoom- Click to enlarge. X. Have one to sell?.
  6. Shirley Bassey - Thoughts Of Love. 12" LP/Record/Vinyl. Record: Very Good Plus (VG+), close to Near Mint (NM) Sleeve: Very Good Plus (VG+) Catalog Number: UAS Description: 12 Track LP - UK - Join my facebook page Johncamilla Records! Selling Rare Record/vinyl - Dance, Trance, House, Hip-Hop, Garage, RnB, Old Skool, Hardcore Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Live in Japan is a double album by Shirley Bassey, recorded July 8, at Kosei-Nenkin Kaikan Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The album was released in Japan only, and the reverse of the cover listed the songs in English and Japanese. Live at Carnegie Hall had been released just a year prior, with nine of the same songs from Live in Japan, and it is believed that this is at least partly the reason.

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