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Show 025S - Mary Songs

"This Door Swings Both Ways,” Herman’s Hermits, Both Sides of Herman’s Hermits, MGM
"Outside of a Small Circle of Friends,”Phil Ochs, The Best of Phil Ochs, A&M
"After the Gold Rush,” Trio, Trio II, Asylum
"You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive,” Patty Loveless, Mountain Soul, Epic
"Eve of Destruction,” The Turtles, 20 Greatest Hits, Rhino
“Something So Right,” Paul Simon, Paul Simon 1964-1993, Warner Brothers
“Take My Wife, Please,” Henny Youngman, Comedy Classics, K-Tel
“People Get Ready,” The Impressions, Summer of Peace, Love, and Music, Capitol
“Lyin’ Eyes,”, The Eagles, Their Greatest Hits1971-1975, Elektra
“Ricochet in Time,” Shawn Colvin, Steady On, Sony
“Bandstand Boogie,” Les Elgart and His Orchestra, Hard to Find Pop Instrumentals II, Eric
“Swan Lake,” Andy Griffith, The Wit and Wisdom of Andy Griffith, EMI-Capitol
“Mary in the Morning,” Al Martino, Capitol Collector’s Series, Capitol
“Dear Mary,” Linda Thompson, Fashionably Late, Rounder
“Mary of the Wild Moor,” Johnny Cash, American III: Solitary Man, American
“Along Comes Mary,” The Association, Those Were The Days, Reader’s Digest
“They Call the Wind Maria,” The Kingston Trio, The Capitol Years, Capitol
"If My Mary Was Here,”Harry Chapin, On the Road to Kingdom Come, Elektra
“Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Back Seat,” Paul Evans, A Family Day Out, Dominion
“Take a Letter Maria, R.B. Greaves, American Pie, Reader’s Digest
“Mary Was An Only Child,” Art Garfunkel, Angel Clare, Columbia
“Mary and Omie,” Nanci Griffith, Once in a Very Blue Moon, Philo
“Midnight Mary,” Joey Powers, One Hit Wonders, Vol. 1, Rhino

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