Angel Eyes

Some articles on angel eyes, angels:

Curtis Lee - Career
... Dunes cut a Lee-Boyce original called "Pretty Little Angel Eyes"in which he worked with a young Daryl Hall ... The Halos appeared on "Pretty Little Angel Eyes", and would achieve further recognition by backing up Barry Mann on "Who Put The Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp ... In the UK, "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" was a minor hit record, peaking at #47 in 1961 ...
Angel Eyes (Roxy Music Song)
... Angel Eyes is a song by the British rock band Roxy Music ... The single version of "Angel Eyes" later replaced the album version for subsequent releases ... "Angel Eyes" was the first record that Roxy Music made a specific music video for ...
Paulini - Music Career - 2004–2005: One Determined Heart
... from the album was a cover of Canadian Jeff Healey's 1988 hit, "Angel Eyes" ... "Angel Eyes" was certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), for shipments of 70,000 copies. 1 Chart Awards for both "Angels Eyes" and the album ...
Good Bad Ugly - Release - Home Media - Deleted Scenes
... During his search for Bill Carson, Angel Eyes stumbles upon an embattled Confederate outpost after a massive artillery bombardment ... A scene where Blondie and Angel Eyes are resting by a creek when a man appears and Blondie shoots him ... Angel Eyes asks the rest of his men to come out (all are hidden as well) ...
Angel Eyes (The Jeff Healey Band Song) - Paulini Version - Track Listing
... CD single "Angel Eyes" – 401 "Angel Eyes" (Buchman Bounce) – 402 "Angel Eyes" (Rick Will Album Mix) – 448 ...

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