Frankie Cheah

February 26, 2008

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Frankie Cheah (Boo Seng) was the school teacher from Johor who liked to sing. He recorded with EMI and produced two big hits: Cheryl Moana Marie (recorded originally by John Rowles from New Zealand) and then a monster one with Woman in my life. He was given the Anugerah Sri Wiramar award for his lifelong achievement in the Malaysian music industry at the Malaysia’s Anugerah Industri Muzik 2004. He retired after a very successful career with Warner Music Malaysia and Chairman with BMG Malaysia/Singapore.

EMI: Memori Hit – Frankie Cheah
Our last song together; Seasons in the sun; Solitaire; Don’t dance alone; Let there be peace; Will you still love me tomorrow?; Dancing on a Saturday night; Stay with me; Rainbow kisses; Why; One day; Soldier’s prayer; Love story (Where do I begin); Holiday in Guam; Laughing; You’ve got a friend; Lovers; Cheryl Moana Marie; My name is the wind; It’s impossible; Help me make it through the night; Woman in my life; Denver; Chotto Matte Kudasai; Just a little tear; Wonderful dream.

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