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  1. David Whitfield: The Book: Gottwald, Roberts: Rate: B: David Whitfield: Heartless: Gaze, Andre: Rate: Notes with Stanley Black And His Orchestra Originally released on 78 with the same catalogue number in February Images Comments and Reviews: thebluesneverdie 7th Sep
  2. David Whitfield With Stanley Black And His Orchestra B1: Rags To Riches B2 Diane Todd With Cyril Stapleton And His Orchestra And Chorus B: I Could Have Danced All Night: Decca South Africa: FM 7" 0: David Whitfield A: Angelus B: Mama: Decca South Africa: FM 7" 0 UK: David Whitfield A: The Book B: Heartless: Decca UK.
  3. Jun 10,  · David Whitfield with Stanley Black and His Orchestra and Chorus ' The Book' - Duration: OldiesAl 15, views. David Whitfield - My September Love () - .
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  5. David Whitfield The book by MrBigman David Whitfield with Stanley Black & his Orchestra - Rags to Riches () David Whitfield sings "Heartless" by adam28xx.
  6. David Whitfield, Stanley Black and his Orchestra, Category: Artist We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. David Whitfield with Stanley Black and His Orchestra Top Songs • #1: Rags to Riches by David Whitfield with Stanley Black and His Orchestra. 3 UK [artist #1 hit] written by Richard Adler & Jerry Ross. 2. 02/ The Book by David Whitfield with Stanley Black and His Orchestra. 5 UK [artist #2 hit].
  8. David Whitfield With Stanley Black And His Orchestra* David Whitfield With Stanley Black And His Orchestra* - The Book / Heartless ‎ (Shellac, 10", Single, 4/5(1).
  9. Welcome to the David Whitfield Internet Site, a tribute to the British Singing Superstar of the 's. This site was created to keep his name and music alive and has been online since 3rd October when it was the World's first David Whitfield website.

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