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Top Dick Haymes Albums
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Evergreens - Dick Haymes
Evergreens - Dick Haymes
[2013]
On the Air
On the Air
[2013]
Live at the Cocoanut Grove 1972
Live at the Cocoanut Grove 1972
[2013]
The Great American Song Book
The Great American Song Book
[2013]
Dick Haymes
Dick Haymes
[2012]
Dick Haymes - What’s New?
Dick Haymes - What’s New?
[2011]
Dick Haymes (Original Recordings)
Dick Haymes (Original Recordings)
[2011]
You'll Never Know
You'll Never Know
[2011]
Richard the Lion-Hearted, Dick Haymes That Is! / Look at Me Now!
Richard the Lion-Hearted, Dick Haymes That Is! / Look at Me Now!
[2011]
Oldies But Goldies pres. Dick Haymes (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Oldies But Goldies pres. Dick Haymes (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2010]
Sounds Of Music pres. Dick Haymes (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Sounds Of Music pres. Dick Haymes (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2010]
Timeless Voices: Dick Haymes Vol 2
Timeless Voices: Dick Haymes Vol 2
[2010]
Dick Haymes Story Disc 2
Dick Haymes Story Disc 2
[2009]
My Heart Stood Still
My Heart Stood Still
[2009]
Dick Haymes - His Very Best - EP
Dick Haymes - His Very Best - EP
[2008]
Once In A Lifetime
Once In A Lifetime
[2008]
Keepsakes
Keepsakes
[2007]
The Complete Capitol Collection
The Complete Capitol Collection
[2006]
Dick Haymes Sings for You
Dick Haymes Sings for You
[2003]
Original Hits: Dick Haymes
Original Hits: Dick Haymes
[2002]
Dick Haymes With Harry James & Benny Goodman - The Complete Columbia Recordings
Dick Haymes With Harry James & Benny Goodman - The Complete Columbia Recordings
[1998]
Soft Lights & Sweet Music
Soft Lights & Sweet Music
[1996]
The Ballad Singer
The Ballad Singer
[1992]
Keep It Simple
Keep It Simple
[1983]
Moondreams
Moondreams
[1957]
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Related Information for Dick Haymes Powerful, milky smooth, rich baritone.Dick Haymes (September 13, 1916 – March 28, 1980) was one of the most popular American male vocalists of the 1940s and early 1950s.He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His Irish-born mother, Marguerite Haymes (1894-1987), was a well-known vocal coach and instructor. He became the vocalist in a number of big bands, worked in Hollywood on radio and in many films throughout the forties and fifties.He never became a United States citizen and avoided.. read more