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9 thoughts on “ Come Go With Me - Sha Na Na* - Sha Na Na Is Here To Stay (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Sha Na Na " Rock Roll Is Here To Stay " Kama Sutra Stereo 1. Remember Then 2. Come Go With Me 3. Chantilly Lace 4. Little Darlin 5. Long Tall Sally 6. Book Of Love 7. Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay 8. Young Love 9. A Teenager In Love Little Girl of Mine .
  2. Sha Na Na: Go away little girl by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~Until the 12th of never by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~My Special Angel by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~I love how you love me~ by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~My Prayer~Johnny by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~Little Darlin by Foofsmom.
  3. Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay was also available on cassette and 8-track. This is the hardest of Sha Na Na's Kama Sutra records to find today, especially in good condition, so you can expect to pay between $15 and $25 - if you can find it. Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay .
  4. May 03,  · Sha Na Na ~Come go with me by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~its in her kiss by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na ~Runaway ♥ by Foofsmom. Sha Na Na .
  5. Label: Kama Sutra - KSBS • Format: Vinyl Stereo, LP, Reissue, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll Sha Na Na - Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(26).
  6. Sha Na Na ‎– The Best Label: Kama Sutra ‎– KSBS Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: US Released: Genre: Rock Style: Rock & Roll Tracklist Hide Credits A1 Get A Job (Live) Producer, Recorded By – Basil Matychak Written-By – Silhouettes* A2 Heartbreak Hotel (Live) Producer, Recorded By – Basil Matychak Written-By – Presley*, Axton*, Durden* A3 Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Come Go With Me Rock 'N' Roll Is Here To Stay. Sha Na Na - Is Here To Stay collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Is Here To Stay, used vinyl record from Sha Na Na.
  8. SHA NA NA. Sha Na Na parlayed their straight-ahead '50s rock & roll revivalism into a successful touring career, even if they were never as popular on record as they were live. The group's image and style were unabashedly anachronistic, as they covered '50s pop and doo wop standards, slicked their hair back in the greaser fashion, and dressed in flamboyant '50s costumes.

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