A Trip Down Frankie Laine

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  1. Joe Riley

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    I'm a big fan of Frankie - what a voice - unique and simply wonderful
     
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    High Noon - Frankie Laine
     
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    Frankie Laine.jpg
    FRANKIE LAINE - WANTED MAN
     
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    'Woman in love' was the first grown up song I sang to me Dad :)
    I looked like Shirley Temple with a woman's voice ! :p
     
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    I can remember when I first heard the song “Mule Train”, and I just loved that song. I think I must have been pretty young still when it came out, but I remember running over to the big old-fashioned radio to listen to this song each time it came on.
    I remember most of the songs posted here, but it was Gene Autry that I remember singing the Navaho Trail one.
    Ghost Riders in the Sky was another great favorite of mine, as well as the unforgettable High Noon. Frankie Laine just had a great voice, and sang the songs that showed it to his best advantage.
     
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    So true, I have a few of his songs including High Noon
     
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    Frankie Laine was the only singer, that I heard my Mum say she liked. One of her favorites was "I'll take care of your cares, for "you-oo".
     
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    Thanks Joe - smashing !
    Had never heard 'I'll take care of your cares' :)
     
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    One of his last recordings for Mercury in 1951

    FRANKIE LAINE -SOUTH OF THE BORDER
     
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    The voice singing the High Noon theme song in the Movie was Tex Ritter's voice, not Frankie Laine's.

    My favorite song sung by F. L. was "Mule Train".

    Hal
     
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