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Joey Heatherton It’s not so Easy, “Someone to watch over ME”

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The Joey Heatherton Album S3productions

Side 1 number 4 It’s not so easy/ Side 2 Number 5 “Someone to watch over ME”

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The Joey Heatherton Album is a 1972 album by Joey Heatherton. Her cover of the 1957 Ferlin Husky song "Gone" became a minor hit, but the album didn't do particularly well. Tony Scotti and Tommy Oliver produced and arranged it. It was mixed by Michael Lloyd.

Side 1 number 4 It’s not so easy

Side 2 Number 5 “Someone to watch over ME”

Released 1972

Genre Pop

Length 28:34

Label MGM

Producer Tony Scotti and Tommy Oliver

Davenie Johanna "Joey" Heatherton (born September 14, 1944) is an American actress, dancer, and singer. In 1972, Heatherton released her first album The Joey Heatherton Album. The first single, a cover of the 1957 Ferlin Husky song "Gone", spent 15 weeks on the Billboard's Hot 100, peaking at #24. The second single, "I'm Sorry", peaked at #87.

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