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Silver Dollar - Teresa Brewer - Let Me Go Lover (CD)

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  1. Teresa Brewer (7 May – 17 October ) was an American pop singer whose style incorporated elements of country, jazz, R&B, musicals and novelty songs. She was one of the most prolific and popular female singers of the s, recording nearly songs. Born Theresa Breuer in Toledo, Ohio, Brewer died of a neuromuscular disease at her ho Missing: Silver Dollar.
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  2. by Teresa Brewer. Crazy With Love. by Teresa Brewer. Empty Arms Let Me Go Lover. by Teresa Brewer. Milord. by Teresa Brewer. Mutual Admiration Society Pickle Up A Doodle. by Teresa Brewer. Pledging My Love. by Teresa Brewer. Shoot It Again. by Teresa Brewer. Silver Dollar. by Teresa Brewer.
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  3. Teresa Brewer: Silver Dollar Teresa Brewer: The Banjo's Back in Town Let Me Go, Lover (track 8) later versions: Jouw tranen (track 12) CD Length: Additional details Type: Album + Compilation Status: Official .
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  4. Teresa Brewer Written by Bob Merrill Peaked at #7 in Teresa Breuer's third-biggest hit of the rock era, released under her stage-name "Teresa Brewer." This song shows the fine line between pop and rock music of the Mid's, with rock influences popping up in the refrain.
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  5. Teresa Brewer (born as Theresa Breuer, May 7, , died October 17, ) was an American singer. She was born in Toledo, Ohio. Her father was an inspector of glass for the Libbey Owens Company (now Pilkington Glass), her mother was a housewife.
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  6. Late that year her rendition of Let Me Go, Lover, billed to Teresa Brewer with The Lancers, began its rise to # 6 on what became known in as the Billboard Pop Top , losing out only to the # 1 Joan Weber version, but beating out both Patti Page (# 8) and Sunny Gale (# 17).
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  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Teresa Brewer on Discogs.
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  8. A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl Teresa Brewer Written by Bob Merrill Peaked at #7 in Teresa Breuer's third-biggest hit of the rock era, released under her stage-name "Teresa Brewer." This song shows the fine line between pop and rock music of the mid's, with rock influences.
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