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Till My Ship Comes In - Rod McKuen - Alone After Dark (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Till My Ship Comes In By Rod McKuen. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Till My Ship Comes In. Featured on Alone After Dark. More by Rod McKuen. Mary Norton's Family Classic The Borrowers (Original Motion Picture Score) The Prime Of Miss .
  2. Mar 03,  · Alone After Dark, an Album by Rod McKuen. Released in January on Decca (catalog no. DL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Traditional Pop/5(6).
  3. McKuen Retrospective: Oliver Twist / Till My Ship Comes In / Happy Is a Boy Named Me / Time after Time / What'd I Say Rod McKuen
  4. Till My Ship Comes In (Live) Till My Ship Comes In (Live) I am transported back to my teens when I discovered Rod McKuen. I read all of his books. I did a photography class assignment based on "The Sea." I first bought this album on vinyl in the early 70s, and loved it. Apart from the expected historical references which date it, it is /5(36).
  5. Jan 05,  · Cherry Red’s él imprint has a trio of recent releases continuing its commitment to truly eclectic sounds of the pre era. Two of these are musical odes to the big city life of London and New York, from arrangers Wally Stott and Bobby Scott, respectively; the third reissues and expands a compilation from the late Rod McKuen.
  6. The back of the album sleeve notes: "The recordings in this album have been carefully selected for the re-release from the Decca catalogs." 9 tracks originally issued on Alone After Dark, The song "Lonesome Boy", from Decca single , The song "Lost Love", original release unknown.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Alone After Dark on Discogs. Label: Decca - DL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • /5(3).
  8. Let me back up and say that "Very Warm" is a compilation of recordings from McKuen's Decca sessions from the late s, mostly from the "Alone After Dark" album. A couple of songs are not from that album, nor from McKuen's other Decca LP, "Anywhere I Wander," so there must have been a couple of singles in the vaults.4/5(1).

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