8 thoughts on “ Herb McQuay - Oh How Happy (Vinyl) ”

  1. Vinyl and CD Discography; 8 Releases 1 Albums 7 Singles & EPs 1 Appearances 1 Compilations 9 Credits 1 Vocals 6 Writing & Arrangement 2 Production Herb McQuay: Oh How Happy.
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: Herb McQuay - Oh How Happy / Mrs Jones - Õde Recording Co. - New Zealand - ODE
  3. Aug 21,  · Oh How Happy: A2: You Are The One: A3: Do Your Thing: A4: Hey Girl Written-By – Goffin And King: A5: Mrs. Jones: B1: A Change Is Gonna Come: B2: So You Win Again: B3: Unchained Melody Blues: B4: Storm Clouds Written-By – Herb McQuay5/5(2).
  4. Herb McQuay A: Fever, Fever Part 1 B: Fever, Fever Part 2: Atlantic New Zealand: Z 7" 0: Herb McQuay A: Oh How Happy B: Mrs Jones: Õde Recording Co. New Zealand: ODE 7" 0: Herb McQuay A: We'll Never Cry Alone B: You Are The One: Philips New Zealand: HM 7: 7" 0: Herb McQuay A: Hey Girl B: Storm Clouds: Mascot.
  5. Oh How Happy is a song written by Edwin softgranefdsourenzoo.agmoobidsoftpinniwallgopanancamul.co was a hit for the group The Shades of Blue. It was also a minor hit for New Zealand based New York City, soul singer Herb McQuay in the early s. It has been covered by numerous artists. Background. The song was first recorded by The Shades of Blue.
  6. Herb McQuay. June 29, Herb McQuay (died June 29, ) was a popular jazz and soul singer from New York who lived and worked in New Zealand during the late s to the mid s. He is remembered for his cover of the Edwin Starr song, " Oh How Happy ", which was a minor hit for him.
  7. Herb McQuay (died June 29, ) was a popular jazz and soul singer from New York who lived and worked in New Zealand during the late s to the mid s. He is remembered for his cover of the Edwin Starr song, "Oh How Happy", which was a minor hit for him.
  8. Oh How Happy is a song written by Edwin Starr. It was a hit for the group The Shades of Blue. It was also a minor hit for New Zealand based New York City, soul singer Herb McQuay in the early s. It has been covered by numerous artists. Background. The song was first recorded by The Shades of Blue.

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