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Without You - Robin Lane & The Chartbusters - Robin Lane & The Chartbusters (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feb 03,  · Robin Lane & The Chartbusters; Album Many Years Ago: The Complete Robin Lane & The Chartbusters Album Collection; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Blixa Sounds); UNIAO.
  2. There’s a lot of conflict in the songs of Robin Lane. On her debut album with her band, the Chartbusters, she posed some tough questions (“Why Do You Tell Lies”) and set some hard rules.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Robin Lane & the Chartbusters - Robin Lane, Robin Lane & The Chartbusters on AllMusic - - 8/
  4. Check out Many Years Ago: The Complete Robin Lane & The Chartbusters Album Collection by Robin Lane & The Chartbusters on Amazon Music. Stream ad /5(12).
  5. Find Robin Lane song information on AllMusic. Inspired by L.A.'s folk-rock scene during the '60s, Robin Lane worked with Crazy Horse and sang backup vocals for Neil Young, but re-emerged in the early '80s as a new wave bandleader.
  6. Robin is probably best known for her vocal on Neil Young's "Round and Round" recorded (purportedly) by Neil, Robin and guitarist Danny Whitten in just two takes back in Her own music didn't emerge until with this album, "Robin Lane & the Chartbusters".
  7. Coming in between the first album, Robin Lane & the Chartbusters and 's Imitation Life, was this five-song EP from Warner Bros which included a cover of what was an FM hit for the Who and an AM hit for the Guess Who, Johnny Kidd's "Shakin' All Over," it not so coincidentally follows Robin Lane's song about an earthquake, "" The band was one of Boston's best live acts, with some of the.
  8. Robin Lane (born , Los Angeles, California) is an American rock singer and sposunimcomehmi.lukathefolpecadislectmesrikumi.infoinfo band, Robin Lane & the Chartbusters, released three albums on Warner Bros. Records in the early s, and was best known for its single "When Things Go Wrong". Robin Lane grew up in Los Angeles. Her father was Ken Lane, songwriter and pianist for Dean Martin; her mother was a model.

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