Rosemary Clooney

USA. b. 23 May 1928 (Maysville, Kentucky); former singer with the Clooney Sisters and Tony Pastor's Band.
Label: Columbia (EMI)
Musicians: Rosemary Clooney (vcls)
Producers: Mitch Miller
Writers: Curley Williams
DB 3129 Half As Much 8 Nov 1952 6-3-3-7-3-6-6-6 Pts: 284
Label: Philips
Writers: Dick Gleason/Eddy McKean
PB 220 Man 30 Jan 1954 11-11-8-7-12 Pts: 119
Musicians: Rosemary Clooney (vcls); Buddy Cole (orch ld)
Producers: Mitch Miller
Writers: Stuart Hamblen
PB 336 This Ole House 2 Oct 1954 16-10-13-5-2-3-2-1-3-3-4-6-9-16 Pts: 529
    15 Jan 1955 10-15-18 Pts: 56
Writers: Bob Merrill
PB 382 Mambo Italiano 11 Dec 1954 20-9-6-3 Pts: 113
    15 Jan 1955 2-2-1-1-2-3-3-3-6-16-15 Pts: 525
Musicians: Rosemary Clooney (vcls)
Writers: Al Hoffman/Bob Merrill
PB 428 Where Will The Baby's Dimple Be 14 May 1955 19-13-12-11-8-6-7-7-9-10-14-14-16 Pts: 292
Musicians: Rosemary Clooney (vcls); Buddy Cole (orch ld)
Producers: Mitch Miller
Writers: Richard Adler/Jerry Ross
PB 494 Hey There 24 Sep 1955 17-18-10-10-8-8-7-4-6-11-16 Pts: 265
Musicians: Rosemary Clooney (vcls)
Writers: Dee Libbey/Sid Wayne
PB 671 Mangos 23 Mar 1957 25-29-xx-xx-27-21-26-27-17-24-27 Pts: 106

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