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  1. Nezil says:
    Joy Layne With Carl Stevens And His Orchestra* Joy Layne With Carl Stevens And His Orchestra* - You Gave Me Wings To Fly / After School ‎ (7", Single) Mercury.
  2. Grogal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Your Wild Heart on Discogs. Label: Mercury - X45 • Format: Vinyl 7 Joy Layne With Carl Stevens And His Orchestra* - Your Wild Heart (, Vinyl) | Discogs3/5(1).
  3. Votaur says:
    7" Single on 45cat: Joy Layne - You Gave Me Wings To Fly / After School - Mercury - USA - X
  4. Fauramar says:
    Joy Layne (born Joy Lynne Nagl on November 11, ) is an American pop singer from Brookfield, IL. The 15 year-old Lyons Township High School sophomore signed a contract with Mercury Records A&R Art Talmadge in the offices at 35 E. Wacker Drive in Chicago. Talmadge recalled to the TV Radio Mirror "She was bouncy.
  5. Daizragore says:
    Explore releases from Carl Stevens & His Orchestra at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Carl Stevens & His Orchestra at the Discogs Marketplace. Joy Layne With Carl Stevens And His Orchestra* - You Gave Me Wings To Fly / After School (Single) 3 Joy Layne With Carl Stevens & His Orchestra - Sixteen / My Suspicious Heart ‎ (7.
  6. Taulkree says:
    Joy Layne’s discography (may be impartial) Mercury (Jun , Australia) Joy Layne with Carl Stevens and His Orchestra. A: Your Wild Heart; B: Dum – Dum (Oct , Australia) A: After School; B: You Gave Me Wings To Fly (Jan , USA) A: Your Wild Heart; B: Dum-Dum (Mar , USA) A: You Gave Me Wings To Fly; B: After School (Jun , USA.
  7. Daigar says:
    Unfortunately, that woud turn out to be her only national charter, making her a legitimate member of the One-Hit Wonder Club, although the follow-up After School on Mercury (again with the Stevens orchestra backing) did well on a regional basis b/w You Gave Me Wings To Fly.4/5(1).
  8. Doujind says:
    Jasmine 06 September Reply. recently heard a song but i can't find it anywhere, it's sung by a dude with a somewhat deeper voice. the song is a bit on the more depressing side, i think dealing with some darker themes of sadness? i don't know what genre it the song is moderate-fast paced, smoother with no one instrument playing higher above others, the guy in it is sing-talking over it.

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