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Frankie Vaughan CBE DL (born Frank Ableson, 3 February 1928 – 17 September 1999) was an English singer of easy listening and traditional pop music, who recorded more than 80 singles in his lifetime. He was known as "Mr. Moonlight" after one of his early hits. Frankie Vaughan was born Frank Ableson to a Jewish family in Devon Street, Liverpool.
Frankie Vaughan discography. The Ultimate Collection. Too Marvelous for Words. I Love Music - Only Original Recondings. Cloud Lucky Seven, Istanbul (Mono Version). The Rock 'n' Roll Hits of 61-62: Calendar Girl. The Frankie Vaughan Collection. Gold Masters: Frankie Vaughan, Vol. 1. Young At Heart. Give Me The Moonlight. Return Date At The Talk Of The Town (Live). The Best Of The EMI Years. Just - Frankie Vaughan.
Frankie Vaughan Favourites EP by Frankie Vaughan.
Style: pop. Album year: 2009. Frankie Vaughan - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (Means That You're Grand) 02:36. Frankie Vaughan - Chattanooga Choo Choo (from the motion picture musical Sun Valley Serenade) 01:59. Frankie Vaughan - Lucky 13 02:33. Frankie Vaughan - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter 02:31. Frankie Vaughan - Got-Ta Have Something In The Bank, Frank 02:18. Frankie Vaughan - Am I Waisting My Time On You 02:37. Frankie Vaughan - The Dangerous Years (Cold, Cold Shower) 02:16. Frankie Vaughan - Happy Go Lucky (from the motion picture musical) 01:41
Frankie Vaughan was born Frank Abelson on the 3rd of February 1928 in Liverpool. The son of Jewish immigrants, he took the stage name Vaughan from his grandmother whose Russian accent pronouncing the endearment "my little one" sounded like Vaughan. As a child, he was a member of the National Association of Boys' Clubs which he continued to patronise later in life, donating money throughout his life. His first chart album was the live recording of Frankie Vaughan At The London Palladium in 1959 and although during the 1960s he concentrated on other projects than show-business, he continued to enjoy hit records, including There Must Be A Way, a top 10 hit in 1967 during the summer of love. Those other projects included becoming involved with delinquent youths in Easterhouse, a housing estate on the outskirts of Glasgow.
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