Johnny Preston - Running Bear album FLAC
Running Bear loved Little White Dove With a love big as the sky Running Bear loved Little White Dove With a love that couldn't die. Running Bear dove in the water Little White Dove did the same And they swam out to each other Through the swirling stream they came. As their hands touched and their lips met The raging river pulled them down Now they'll always be together In their happy hunting ground. Running Bear loved Little White Dove With a love big as the sky Running Bear loved Little White Dove With a love that couldn't die. More on Genius.
Album · 1988 · 21 Songs. Running Bear - Single. Cradle Of Love - Single. Charming Billy (Digitally Remastered) - Single. Feel So Fine (Remastered) - Single. The Extended Play Collection - Johnny Preston - EP.
Johnny Preston (born John Preston Courville on August 18, 1939, Port Arthur, Texas, USA - died March 4, 2011, Beaumont, Texas) was an American singer. He's best known for his international number one hit in 1960, "Running Bear". Of Cajun ancestry, Preston sang in high school choral contests throughout the state of Texas. He formed a rock and roll band called 'The Shades', before recording his No. 1 hit single "Running Bear.
Complete your Johnny Preston collection. Running Bear, My Heart Knows (7", Single).
Running Bear - Студийный альбом от Johnny Preston. В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 41:08. A New Baby for Christmas. Leave My Kitten Alone. Sitting Here Crying. I Want A Rock And Roll Guitar.
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Running Bear and All His Hits - 2 Complete Albums Plus Bonus Singles. I Feel Good, Running Bear. You'll Never Walk Allone. Some Greats of Johnny Preston, Vol. 2.
Running Bear" is a song written by Jiles Perry Richardson (. The Big Bopper) and sung most famously by Johnny Preston in 1959. The 1959 recording featured background vocals by Richardson and George Jones and the session's producer Bill Hall, who provided the "Indian chanting" of "uga-uga" during the three verses, as well as the "Indian war cries" at the start and end of the record. It was No. 1 for three weeks in January 1960 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.
|2||Cradle Of Love||2:22|
|3||Feel So Fine||2:12|
|4||Leave My Kitten Alone||2:31|
|7||Do What You Did||1:52|
|8||That's All I Want||2:18|
|9||I Want A Rock & Roll Guitar||3:16|
|11||My Heart Knows||2:30|
|12||Hearts Of Stone||2:11|
|13||Just Little Boy Blue||2:15|
|14||Sitting Here Crying||2:09|
|16||Up In The Air||1:55|
|17||Four Letter Word||2:21|
|18||A New Baby For Christmas||2:24|
- Distributed By – Collectables Records
- Copyright (c) – Collectables Records Corp.
- Pressed By – Disctronics USA
NotesRelease variant - similar to Johnny Preston - Running Bear which from the scan available was not pressed by Disctronics USA indeed this release even has "Johnny Preston" in the run-outs.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 90431 55582 8
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 202A
- Matrix / Runout: **COL-CD-5558** 134117-W1-5152-1 DISCTRONICS USA
|COL-CD-5558||Johnny Preston||Running Bear (CD, Comp)||Collectables||COL-CD-5558||US||1995|