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Leigh, Diane - Shadows of Your Heart

Format: LP
Label: Capitol T 6185
Year: 1966
Origin: Toronto, Ontario
Genre: pop, country
Value of Original Title: $35.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Pop, Country & Western, 1960's, Canadian Women in Song


Side 1

Track Name
Woman and Man
Let Love Do the Talking
You'll be Falling in Love Someday
Day After Lonely Day
Little Boy Lost

Side 2

Track Name
Why Can't He Be You
Two Shades of Blue
My Someone is You
Come On In Mr. Heartache
Shadows Of Your Heart
Walkin' With Me


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Leigh, Diane - Shadows of Your Heart

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Dianne Leigh (sometimes spelled as Diane Leigh) is a Canadian country music performer. She was the first recipient of the Gold Leaf Award (later the Juno Awards) in 1970.[1]

In 1994, music trade publication RPM considered her the ninth top Canadian country artist of the past 30 years based on her standings in the publication's charts.

Leigh recorded in the late 1960's for the American label Chart Records but failed to make the US charts with any single releases. Her Canadian hits "The Wife You Save May Be Your Own" (written by Liz Anderson) and "I'm Gonna Let George Do It" are featured in the 1969 Chart compilation album Best of Our Country Girls with additional tracks by Lynn Anderson, Maxine Brown, Connie Eaton, and LaWanda Lindsey.

In the 1970s, she was a co-host on the CHCH-TV series The Harry Hibbs Show and also recorded for Ray Griff's Global Television series.


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