“Dizzy” by Tommy Roe - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1969Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

The sixth album from the 27-year-old pop-rocker from Atlanta, basking in the glory of his transatlantic chart-topper, “Dizzy” which had already sold two million copies by the time the album was released. Not surprisingly, it's the standout track here… key-change-ah!

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A1 [02:52] 3.0.png Tommy Roe - Hearther Honey (Tommy Roe) Pop
A2 [02:51] 3.3.png Tommy Roe - Raining In My Heart (Boudleaux Bryant, Felice Bryant) Pop Ballad
A3 [02:55] 3.4.png Tommy Roe - Cinnamon (George Tobin, Johnny Cymbal) Pop
A4 [02:28] 4.0.png Tommy Roe - A Dollar’s Worth Of Pennies (Tommy Roe, Freddy Weller) Pop
A5 [03:02] 1.9.png Tommy Roe - Stormy (Buddy Buie, James B. Cobb Jr.) Pop
A6 [02:22] 2.0.png Tommy Roe - Makin’ Music (Ray Whitley) Pop
B1 [02:35] 3.7.png Tommy Roe - Money Is My Pay (Tommy Roe, Freddy Weller) Pop
B2 [03:05] 3.3.png Tommy Roe - Proud Mary (John Fogerty) Pop
B3 [02:47] 3.0.png Tommy Roe - Gotta Keep Rolling Along (Tommy Roe) Pop Ballad
B4 [02:20] 3.8.png Tommy Roe - Look Out Girl (Philip Gary Schlein, Steve Barri) Pop
B5 [02:55] 6.6.png Tommy Roe - Dizzy (Tommy Roe, Freddy Weller) Pop
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