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Sammy Turner

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Name  Sammy Turner

Role  Singer
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Albums  Sweet Annie Laurie / Lavender Blue (Mono Version)
Similar People  Carl Dobkins - Jr, Skip & Flip, Johnny and the Hurricanes, Sammy Kaye, Dave "Baby" Cortez

Sammy Turner - Lavender Blue (original recording)


Sammy Turner (born Samuel Black, June 2, 1932, Paterson, New Jersey) is an American singer, who was popular at the end of the 1950s.

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Sammy Turner Lavender Blue The Very Best of Sammy Turner Sammy Turner Songs

Sammy turner a child was born christmas 1966


Career

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He was signed to Bigtop Records late in the 1950s, and his releases featured production from Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. He scored several hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959 and 1960; the biggest were "Lavender-Blue", a #3 chart record on the Billboard Hot 100, and originally a hit for Sammy Kaye in 1949, and "Always", a #1 hit for Vincent Lopez in 1926. Later in the 1960s Turner recorded for Motown Records.


Sammy Turner Sammy Turner The Things I Love Big Top Records 453061 Dec 1960

Sammy Turner Lavender Blue The Very Best of Sammy Turner Sammy Turner Songs

Sammy Turner Way Back Attack Sammy Turner

References

Sammy Turner Wikipedia