Haunted Heart

Album: From the Vaults: The Coed Records Lost Master Tapes, Vol. 1 (1959)


  • This uptempo, piano-based track was released as the B-side of "Ingemar Johansson." Running to a little over 2 minutes, it is credited to the same writing team, (the mispelt) Bert Caroll and Russell Moody. There is not much else can be said about it except that it sounds like a B-side. Or perhaps a D-side. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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