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Sweet memories

I had the 7inch records of some of these tracks,they bring back memories of my child hood,my mum&dad bought my first record player,and I love if I knew then what I know now, walk tall,and if the whole world stopped loving me,give them a whirl well done I tunes,get the rocking chair out when your listerning

Lovely and relaxing

So so sad to hear of Val's passing away on 1 July 2015 , he was a true gent in every way and had a wonderful life , his singing was effortless , he leaves us with some lovely memories . Thankyou Val and RIP


Born: 03 February 1927 in Waterford, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Entertainer Val Doonican was sort of an Irish Perry Como. Not terribly hip during the early days of his career in the 1960s when the world's youth were raging over the long-haired Beatles and other rock & rollers, he was still a crooner who appealed to a good segment of the market. If Doonican ever rocked, he rocked in a mellow manner, wearing knitted sweaters and singing softer songs like "If I Were a Carpenter," "Scarlet Ribbons," "He'll Have to Go," and "The Folks Who Live on the Hill," as well...
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