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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Timi Yuro</span> Musical artist (1940–2004)

Rosemary Victoria Yuro, known professionally as Timi Yuro, was an American singer-songwriter. Sometimes called "the little girl with the big voice", she is considered to be one of the first blue-eyed soul stylists of the rock era. According to one critic, "her deep, strident, almost masculine voice, staggered delivery and the occasional sob created a compelling musical presence". Yuro possessed a contralto vocal range.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Cry (Churchill Kohlman song)</span>

"Cry" is a 1951 popular song written by Churchill Kohlman. The song was first recorded by Ruth Casey on the Cadillac label. The biggest hit version was recorded in New York City by Johnnie Ray and The Four Lads on October 16, 1951. Singer Ronnie Dove also had a big hit with the song in 1966.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Clyde Otis</span> Musical artist

Clyde Lovern Otis was an American songwriter and record producer, best known for his collaboration with singer Brook Benton, and for being one of the first African-American A&R executives at a major label.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Make the World Go Away</span> 1963 single, 1965 hit for Eddie Arnold

"Make the World Go Away'" is a country pop song composed by Hank Cochran. It has become a Top 40 popular success three times: for Timi Yuro (1963), Eddy Arnold (1965), and the brother-sister duo Donny and Marie Osmond (1975). The original version of the song was recorded by Ray Price in 1963. and popularized again by Mickey Gilley in (1999) has remained a country-crooner standard ever since.

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Pier Michele Bozzetti, known by his stage name Miko Mission, is an Italian singer.

<i>Good Times</i> (Willie Nelson album) 1968 studio album by Willie Nelson

Good Times is the eighth studio album by American country music singer Willie Nelson, released in 1968. Arrangements were by Anita Kerr, Bill Walker and Ray Stevens.

<i>Françoise Hardy</i> (1963 album) 1963 studio album by Françoise Hardy

Françoise Hardy is the second studio album of the French popular singer Françoise Hardy, released in October 1963 on LP by French label Disques Vogue. She was accompanied by the Marcel Hendrix Orchestra. Like Hardy's previous album, the album was released with no title, except for her name on the cover, and this album colloquially become known by the title of its most successful song, "Le Premier Bonheur du jour".

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Hurt (Roy Hamilton song)</span> 1954 song

"Hurt" is a 1954 song by Jimmie Crane and Al Jacobs. "Hurt" was originally performed by Roy Hamilton, whose version peaked at number eight on the R&B Best Seller chart and spent a total of seven weeks on the chart. A version by Ricky Denell also received considerable radio airplay in 1954 on pop radio stations. The song is considered to be the signature hit of Timi Yuro, whose version went to number four on the Billboard pop chart in 1961. Juice Newton's 1985 version scored number one on Billboard's Country chart.

"For You" is a song written by Joe Burke and Al Dubin in 1930. It was introduced in the Mack Sennett short Billboard Girl (1932) when it was sung by Bing Crosby. The best known version was from musician Rick Nelson in 1964, when it peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at #66 on the year end.

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<i>Anthology</i> (Juice Newton album) 1998 compilation album by Juice Newton

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