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A Page in Time

by Brian Dunn

Rockabilly in the Buddy Holly style.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. Don't Tell Me Baby
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2. Just How Wrong
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3. Each Time That You Call
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4. Hypnotized
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5. I Adore You So
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6. A Page In Time
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7. My Suzanne
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8. Losing You
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9. Nothing Seems Real
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10. Still the Crickets Chirp On
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11. Hey Boys
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Album Notes
This album is absolutely original from a British rocker that was influenced by Buddy Holly since he appeared at the Gaumont Theatre on March the 15th 1958, in my home town of Ipswich, Suffolk, England. I moved to the United States in 1976 and pursued a musical career and appeared with some of the biggest stars of that time such as Super Tramp, Zombies, Yard Birds, Brook Benton, Kathy Matteah, and The Drifters. This is a original collection of songs that I wrote over 10 years while living in America.


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