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    Johnny Rivers - Cantor

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    • chaarles martini

      A fine single-disc collection, Best of Johnny Rivers features most of his biggest hits, making it a good purchase for those who don't want the definitive double-disc set. Description from vebidoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

    • Marie Anastasia

      JOHNNY RIVERS- "SUSIE Q" (LIVE) FROM JOHNNY'S 1965 ALBUM "MEANWHILE BACK AT THE WHISKY A GO GO".

    • FTWLTR

      JOHNNY RIVERS- "SUSIE Q" (LIVE) #forthosewholiketorock

    • Arthur E

      Johnny Rivers - La Bamba + Twist & Shout - YouTube

    • Dave Brown

      1942-11-07 Johnny Rivers born in NYC

    • Pat Buynak

      Johnny Rivers (MI State Fair)

    • Judy Griffin

      Johnny Rivers 'Susie Q' 1965

    • Marcy Marquez-Cozad

      Johnny Rivers- teen crush

    • Mathias Araujo

      Johnny Rivers - Cantor

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