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Georgia Gibbs ‎– Seven Lonely Days / If You Take My Heart Away

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 ‎Georgia Gibbs– Seven Lonely Days / If You Take My Heart Away




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Georgia Gibbs ‎– Seven Lonely Days / If You Take My Heart Away

Label: Mercury ‎– 70095


Genre: Pop

Style: Vocal

Year: 1953

A: Seven Lonely Days

Vocals – Georgia Gibbs &the Yale Brothers

Composers Earl Schuman, Alden Schuman, & Marshall Brown


B: If You Take My Heart Away

Composers Shull- Hoven


Georgia Gibbs

Real Name: Frieda Lipschitz

Profile: American singer born on August 17, 1919 Worcester, Massachusetts; Died on December 9, 2006. Recording periodically as Fredda Gibbons or Gibson, she changed her name to Georgia Gibbs in the early 1940s.

Vocals – Georgia Gibbs & Robert Merlin

Orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser

Abraham "Glenn" Osser (August 28, 1914 – April 29, 2014) was an American musician, musical arranger, orchestra leader, and songwriter. Osser became an arranger/conductor, first for Mercury Records, where he backed such vocalists as Patti Page, Vic Damone, and Georgia Gibbs, and later for Columbia Records, where he backed Doris Day, Jerry Vale, Johnny Mathis and Jill Corey, among others.