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(Hes) The Great Imposter - The Fleetwoods - The Best Of The Fleetwoods (CD)

8 thoughts on “ (Hes) The Great Imposter - The Fleetwoods - The Best Of The Fleetwoods (CD)

  1. Voodoonos says:
    The Fleetwoods recorded”(He’s) The Great Imposter” in by The Fleetwoods, and it reached #30 on the Billboard Hot One of the musicians on this record was session drummer Earl Palmer, best known as Little Richard’s and Fats Domino’s drummer.
  2. Tojarisar says:
    (He's) The Great Imposter This song is by The Fleetwoods and appears on the album The Best Of The Fleetwoods () and on the album Come Softly To Me: The Very Best Of The Fleetwoods ().
  3. Zujind says:
    To the great imposter I stood and watched her fall Couldn't help her at all. Poetry, so sweet, has her at his feet She thinks she's the one but he has just begun All her friends they just watch her For they know the great imposter. Don't she know he's on a stage It's not real, it's just a play And he's playing a part That is soon to break her heart.
  4. Magar says:
    The Fleetwoods (He's) The Great Imposter lyrics: Well I went and lost her / To the great imposter / I stood and watched.
  5. Zukree says:
    7" Single on 45cat: The Fleetwoods - (He's) The Great Imposter / Tragedy - Liberty All Time Hit Series - USA -
  6. Douk says:
    The Fleetwoods, Soundtrack: Green Lantern. The Fleetwoods were a s trio out of Olympia, WA, who had several hit records, including the "doo-wop" standards "Come Softly to Me" () and "Mr. Blue" (). The trio consisted of Gretchen Christopher, Barbara Ellis and Gary Troxell, who were all students at an Olympia high school. Their specialty was soft, romantic ballads, and their first.
  7. Dotaur says:
    " (He's) The Great Imposter" is a song by The Fleetwoods. The song was written by Sharon Sheeley and Jackie DeShannon. It reached #30 on the Billboard Hot One of the musicians on the song was session drummer Earl Palmer.
  8. Bami says:
    The Fleetwoods made some of the softest and sweetest music of the rock 'n' roll era. "Come Softly to Me" was their best remembered song, and it's a quiet monster. "He's the Great Imposter" was also a hit for the band. The music works best when the male voice has the lead and the two female provide back-up, which is normally the case on this record.

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