|–Clifford Curry||She Shot A Hole In My Soul||2:19|
|–The Five Satins||To The Aisle||2:42|
|–Lee Dorsey||Ride Your Pony||2:51|
|–The Syndicate Of Sound*||Little Girl||2:25|
|–James & Bobby Purify||I'm Your Puppet||2:59|
|–The Silhouettes||Get A Job||2:25|
|–Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs||Stay||1:50|
|–Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford||I Need Your Lovin||2:53|
|–Ronny & The Daytonas||G.T.O.||2:26|
|–Clifford Curry||We're Gonna Hate Ourselves In The Morning||2:18|
|–Bob Kuban*||The Cheater||2:38|
|–Buster Brown||Fannie Mae||2:49|
|–The Five Satins||In The Still Of The Night (I'll Remember)||2:30|
|BELL 6035||Various||Summer Souvenirs (LP, Comp, Promo)||Bell Records||BELL 6035||US||1969|
|BELL 6035||Various||Summer Souvenirs (LP, Comp)||Bell Records||BELL 6035||Canada||1969|
|BELL 6035||Various||Summer Souvenirs (LP, Comp)||Bell Records||BELL 6035||US||1969|
Album · 2008 · 28 Songs. 27. My Heart Belongs to Daddy. 28. Over the Rainbow. Be My Baby: The Very Best of the Ronettes.
Summer Souvenirs, 2011. Summer Souvenirs, 2011. Larry Clinton and His Orchestra. My Heart Belongs To Daddy, 02:36. Heart And Soul, 03:11.
King Of The Clarinet, 1938-39: Live Performances. play all. Summer Souvenirs. Released by Hindsight Records Jan 1993. Listen to Artie Shaw Summer Souvenirs MP3 song. Summer Souvenirs song from the album King Of The Clarinet, 1938-39: Live Performances is released on Jan 1993. The duration of song is 03:49. This song is sung by Artie Shaw.
21. Theme from a Summer Place - Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra. 22. Summer Serenade - Ernie Freeman. 23. Summer Souvenirs - Karl Hammel JR. 24. I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine - Elvis Presley. 25. When Summer Is Through - the Tokens.
From Souvenirs to Souvenirs" is a song by Greek singer Demis Roussos from his 1975 album Souvenirs. It was also released as a single (in 1975 on Philips Records). The song was written by the actor and Demis Roussos' friend Thanasis Veggos. The recording was produced by Demis Roussos. In 1975, the same year Roussos released the song, it was performed in Greek by Greek singer Marinella, but her version went unnoticed.