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Текст песни: Oh, me and my baby are Goin' Steady We ain’t married but we’re gettin' ready To tie the knot, and I’m gonna make her my own Now that I’ve found her I’m gonna keep he. .
Goin' Steady' was one of his first singles and was released on his album 'Steady Date with Tommy Sands' in 1957. The song reached number sixteen on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart that year. This performance was recorded live at Little Darlin's Rock 'n' Roll Palace, in Kissimmee, Florida.
Steady Date with Tommy Sands is the 1957 debut album by American singer Tommy Sands. A double page advertising spread in April 13, 1957 issue of Billboard magazine described Sands as the "Hottest singer in the nation" and Steady Date with Tommy Sands as the "Hottest album in the nation".
He released his debut album Steady Date with Tommy Sands (1957). Sands' sudden fame brought an offer to sing at the Academy Awards show. He did another episode of Kraft Television Theatre, "Flesh and Blood" (1957) playing the son of a gangster. In Hawaii, Sands operated the Tommy Sands Nightclub Tour for five years, opened the Outrigger Main Showroom and ran a clothing distributorship. He married a second time and became a father. Sands' later appearances include more episodes of Hawaii Five-O ("Hit Gun for Sale", "A Sentence to Steal"), and The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries ("Mystery on the Avalanche Express").
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One of the best songs on the set, "Blue Ribbon Baby," Sands co-wrote with a young Rod McKuen. This collection is adequate and affordable for those who are curious about Sands' music, but the omission of "The Worrying Kind" means that Bear Family's expansive single-disc Tommy Sands anthology is still the preferred collection.
The album ends strong, too, with Tommy Sands performing the ageless "I'll Be Seeing Yo. What a romantic song with which to end the album! Tommy makes this shine with his very sensitive delivery and it will leave his fans wanting more. A cover of Faron Young's 1953 Country hit Goin' Steady did reach 16 in summer 1957 b/w Ring My Phone which, from another Kraft TV show "Flesh And Blood," registered as a "follow-along" hit. Then came Sing Boy Sing, the title song from the film starring Tommy which made it to 24 early in 1958 b/w Crazy 'Cause I Love you.
Watch the video for Goin' Steady from Tommy Sands's Original Hits - Rock 'N' Roll for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists 2) Tommy Sands is an Irish folk musician 1) Tommy Sands (born Thomas Adrian Sands on 27 August 1937) is an American pop music singer and actor. Working in show business as early as 1949, Sands became an overnight sensation and instant teen idol when he appeared on Kraft Television Theater in January 1957 as "The Singin' Idol". The song from the show, "Teen-Age Crush", reached on the US Billboard Hot 100 and on US Cashbox.
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