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  1. Tygojin Reply
    Feb 27,  · There are very few Johnny Crawford videos on YouTube, so here's one of his best songs, Patti Ann, from the early summer of
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    26 to 50 of items found for johnny crawford. Filters 11 bids.
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    Signed by Del-Fi Records in , Johnny had five top 40 hits in the early s: "Cindy's Birthday", "Rumors", "Your Nose Is Gonna Grow", "Proud", and "Patti Ann". Since , Crawford has led the California-based Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra, which specializes in vintage dance music.
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    Johnny Crawford enjoyed great success with this album when it was released on vinyl LP; and it's back again--fortunately--on CD for us to enjoy in our times. "Cindy's Birthday" has a great arrangement and Johnny croons this beautifully. Johnny never misses a note and the .
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    Teen idol actor-turned-singer Johnny Crawford had already established himself as a Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeer and primary cast member of The Rifleman prior to recording The Captivating Johnny Crawford (), his first of three long-players for Del-Fi in the s/5(13).
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    Johnny Crawford may have been the best child actor of his generation, at least on television. Born into a theatrical family, he began his TV career as one of the original Walt Disney Mousketeers, but he quickly moved on to much more prominent and demanding work as the co-star of the Western series The Rifleman. The series, telling of the adventures of a widowed sodbuster and his son on the.
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Johnny Crawford - The Captivating Johnny Crawford at Discogs. Complete your Johnny Crawford collection/5(2).
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    The 24 songs here, including all of Crawford's hits, chart records, and their B-sides, constitute superb teen pop, very much the solo equivalent of the kind of records that The Everly Brothers or the Kalins were doing during this era. None of it is exactly groundbreaking, but it's all pleasant, and some of the production is surprisingly sophisticated -- among the best work ever released by Del.