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Sunday, 20 November 2016

Teddy Johnson & Pearl Carr

Whaooooooooooo whats that right at the back !!!...a real 50's blast from the past..and if you are into"Eurovision Song Contest" then this is a gem !!...they came second for Britain in 1959 !! with the first track  !!!....the following tracks I guess are most of their 45's... info coming up !!!
" Nostalgic Fans " come to the Front !!!!!!!
 
Carr was born in Exmouth, Devon, while Johnson was born in Surbiton, Surrey. They were both successful solo singers before their marriage in 1955. Carr had been lead singer with the Keynotes,[1] who had two British hits in 1956 with Dave King: "Memories Are Made of This" (#5) and "You Can't Be True To Two" (#11).[2] She also was a popular radio singer and comedian on Bernard Braden's Bedtime With Braden radio show.[3]
Johnson had led his own teenage band, was a professional drummer and a recording artist for Columbia in the early 1950s. He also was a DJ on Radio Luxembourg[1] and later on BBC Radio 2, and had appeared in television shows such as the BBC's children's Crackerjack.

 Pearl Carr now 94 and Teddy Johnson now 97 both live in Brinsworth House a home for retired entertainers.

 1. Sing Little Birdie
2. How Lucky You Are
3. Be Mine
4. My Dearest Dear
5. Forbidden Love
6. Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me
7. To Know That You love Me
8. The Young At Heart

1. When The Tide Turns
2. If I Loved You
3. If Only I Can Live My Life Again
4. Pickin' Petals
5. i Can Give You The Starlight
6. How Wonderful To Know You
7. Tell Me Again And Again

Great and fantastic retro recording's !!..won't get anything like these today !!!

6 comments:

espo said...

Enjoy !

RonH said...

This is indeed a real gem! Thanks so much.

jimwsmith1 said...

Can't wait to hear this one. Thanks.

L'apprenti-po├Ęte said...

the 1959 Eurovision on test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Etl1zYvNSE

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Mate!

Paul Redbeard said...

How wonderful!