Marion Ryan - An Occasional Man mp3 album
Listen to music from Marion Ryan like Love Me Forever and An Occasional Man. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Marion Ryan. Born February 4th 1933 in Middlesbrough, growing up into being a shapely lady, but petite at only 5' 1 ". She had big blue eyes, red gold hair and these good looks helped her career as she had, of course, an excellent melodic voice. Educated in Leeds, she studied music and singing as well. Whilst working as a salesgirl she started part time singing with a dance band at the Locarno in Leeds.
Marion Ryan (4 February 1931 – 15 January 1999) was a popular British singer in the 1950s. Born in Middlesbrough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England, she attended Notre Dame Collegiate School for Girls in Leeds, now Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College. She was once called "the Marilyn Monroe of popular song", Marion Ryan was a pop singer of the 1950s in the early years of British Independent Television. Her song "Love Me Forever" peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart in 1958
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Marion Ryan songs download, free online mp3 listen. An Occasional Man. album: Piccadilly Third Stop: British Burlesque, Vol. 1. Where Do Little Birds Go? album: Fings Ain't wot They Used to Be: Ding-Dong Rockabilly Wedding. album: Backline, Vol. 253. Love Me Forever. 63. The High Life. album: Britxotica Goes Wild! Percussive Pop and Crazy Latin.
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