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Save My Soul - Jack Scott and The Chantones - Save My Soul / Goodbye Baby (Vinyl)

8 thoughts on “ Save My Soul - Jack Scott and The Chantones - Save My Soul / Goodbye Baby (Vinyl)

  1. Maugrel says:
    JACK SCOTT 45 Goodbye Baby / Save My soul CARLTON w/PIC SLEEVE s rock Lc C $ Top Rated Seller From United States Genre: Rock Duration: Single Speed: 45 RPM.
  2. Mazuhn says:
    Jack Scott With The Chantones A: Geraldine B: With Your Love: London Netherlands: FL Feb 7" 0: Jack Scott With The Chantones A: Save My Soul B: Goodbye Baby: London Netherlands: FL Mar 7" 0 New Zealand: Jack Scott With The Chantones A: Save My Soul B: Goodbye Baby: London New Zealand: NZL.L Jun 7" 0 UK.
  3. Voodoolrajas says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Goodbye Baby on Discogs. Label: Carlton - • Format: Vinyl 7. disc label credits "Jack Scott with The Chantones vocal group". Jack Scott: Goodbye Baby / Save My Soul.
  4. Shalar says:
    7" Single on 45cat: Jack Scott With The Chantones - Goodbye Baby / Save My Soul - London - UK - HLL
  5. Tatilar says:
    Jack Scott (born Giovanni Domenico Scafone Jr.; January 24, – December 12, ) was a Canadian-American singer and songwriter. He was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in and was called "undeniably the greatest Canadian rock and roll singer of all time.".
  6. Goltir says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Save My Soul on Discogs. Label: Carlton - CX • Format: Vinyl 7 Jack Scott with The Chantones - Save My Soul (, Vinyl) | .
  7. Nalrajas says:
    Lyrics to 'Save My Soul' by Jack Scott. Going down the river John / Going to ask to save my soul / Going down the river John / Going to ask to save my soul / Going to get down on my knees.
  8. Jusida says:
    But Scott’s last offering of , the snarling Goodbye Baby, restored him to the Top Ten, its B-side, the spiritually enriched Save My Soul, also charting. Another tough guy anthem, The Way I Walk, was Scott’s top seller of ’59, though I Never Felt Like This and .

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