Wes Farrell
American musician
Wes Farrell
Wes Farrell was an American musician, songwriter and record producer, who was most active in the 1960s and 1970s. He was responsible for over 300 million record sales, including 70 million sales with The Partridge Family, during his career.
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La guerra delle 2 star Ringo contro Waters - Il Giorno
Google News - over 5 years
... a little help from my friends” oa “Boy”, la cover di Luther Dixon e Wes Farrell pubblicata dai Fab Four nel loro primo album “Please please me” che segnò il debutto discografico del batterista(all'anagrafe Richard Starkey) nei panni di cantante
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Wes Farrell, 56, Pop Songwriter Who Created 60's and 70's Hits
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Wes Farrell, a music executive and songwriter whose four-decade career included the hit pop song "Hang On Sloopy" and the music for the television series "The Partridge Family," died on Thursday at a resort on Fisher Island, Fla. He was 56 and lived in Coconut Grove, Fla.. The cause was cancer, said his wife, Jean Inman Farrell. Mr. Farrell was
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Rick Ferrell, Hall of Famer, 89, Catching Half of Brothers' Pair
NYTimes - over 21 years
Rick Ferrell, a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame since 1984 and the catching half of one of the game's more famous pitcher-catcher brother combinations, died on Thursday. He was 89. Ferrell, who lived in Troy, Mich., for the past 18 years, died of arrhythmia, according to a statement from the Woodward Hills Nursing Home in the Detroit suburb of
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ABOUT LONG ISLAND; For Johnny Maestro, the Music Never Stopped
NYTimes - over 22 years
THERE was a time when he was the present, not the past. When the words he sang were fresh to the ear, not etched into memory banks like Social Security numbers. There was a time when Johnny Maestro was a big-time rock-and-roll star. He rode in limousines, and girls screamed. Ed Sullivan mispronounced his name. (It's MY-stroh. Sullivan said
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