+++ B-Side From 1968 +++ Big Hit With "Rock Me Gently In 1974 +++ Andrew Youakim, performing as Andy Kim, is a Canadian pop
From 1968, this was the first U.S. hit for the Canadian singer-songwriter.
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Lost Jukebox Volume 14 Track 17.
So Good Together from 1969 by Quebec artist Andy Kim.
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises I Hear You Say (I Love You Baby) · Andy Kim '50s & '60s Lost & Found Records
Various Artists - The Red Bird Story [Charly 4-CD] Release Date 1991 Red Bird was a great label in the mid-'60s, releasing some
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Lost Jukebox volume 5 Track 13.
Singles 1963: "I Loved You Once" United Artists 59 1964: "Give Me Your Love" TCF Hall 5 1965: "I Here You Say (I Love You Baby)
Baby I love you • Original • Andy Kim • 1969 • Best Quality ♪ • Stereo • Lyrics Für meine liebe Frau. For my Darling. • http://www.
Canadian - 1969 from the LP "Rainbow Ride"
Andy Kim made his big break in New York City, at the age of 16, where he then went on to sell 30 million records in what has been a
Canadian - 1968 from the LP "How'd Ever Get This Way"
From her album "Tribute to Connie". Never heard anyone else sounding so close to the original.
What Ever Happened To Christmas? by Andy Kim and Ron Sexsmith is written and performed by Ron and Andy Kim. Both are in the
United Artists 591, 1963.
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