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I Hear You Knockin' the Best of Gale Storm


Download links and information about I Hear You Knockin' the Best of Gale Storm by Gale Storm. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:20:47 minutes.

Artist: Gale Storm
Release date: 1995
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:20:47
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No. Title Length
1. I Hear You Knocking 2:27
2. The Old Rugged Cross 2:30
3. Memories Are Made of This 2:21
4. On Treasure Island 2:13
5. Why Do Fools Fall In Love 2:21
6. Love By the Jukebox Light 2:14
7. Now is the Hour 2:31
8. Lucky Lips 2:13
9. Never Leave Me 2:56
10. Love Theme From "a Farewell To Arms" 2:30
11. I Walk Alone 2:34
12. Tell Me Why 2:38
13. Orange Blossoms 2:49
14. Ivory Tower 2:48
15. Dark Moon 2:31
16. Happiness Left Yesterday 2:59
17. Oh Lonely Crowd 2:40
18. You 2:09
19. South of the Border 2:27
20. What a Friend We Have in Jesus 2:32
21. Soon I'll Wed My Love 2:22
22. Winter Warm 1:57
23. My Reverie 2:59
24. Angry 2:04
25. I Get That Feeling 2:25
26. Softly and Tenderly 2:49
27. Wonderful Words of Life 2:30
28. In the Garden 3:08
29. Fairest Lord Jesus 2:31
30. Let the Lower Lights be Burning 2:35
31. In the Sweet Bye and Bye 2:12
32. Higher Ground 2:52



Dark Moon is an 18-track collection of Gale Storm's mid- to late-'50s Dot recordings that includes all but one of her hits and a few previously unreleased tracks. Storm's version of Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love," with her flawless enunciation and pop backing, makes Pat Boone sound like a soul man. Storm's hit covers of R&B songs are square beyond belief, and her mature-sounding voice contrasts humorously with the teen-oriented material. Dark Moon is loads of nostalgic fun for those who remember Storm from her prime, and, for everyone else, it's an interesting slice of history from the days when bleached-white R&B ruled the charts.