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  1. Araktilar Reply

    Playlists for official Tony Bennett albums.

  2. Grobar Reply

    Bennett's early records are almost operatic in feeling, a honey-smooth Italian tenor building toward histrionic climaxes, but the voice eventually busts loose into an outgoing, life-celebrating baritone, and, by the s, reemerges as a darker, softer, even somewhat raspy replica of itself.

  3. Tauzuru Reply

    Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga recorded a version of this song for his album Duets tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.cot praised Gaga's performance in the song, saying that she is a real "jazz lady". They performed the song live on ABC's Thanksgiving special dedicated to, written, directed, produced and hosted by Gaga, entitled A Very Gaga Thanksgiving. They were the opening number, singing next to an old piano in a.

  4. Tazuru Reply

    After a successful singing career in the s, Tony Bennett, like many of the jazz-based crooners of his era, had a bit of a commercial falloff with the advent of rock & roll in the early '60s. Bennett, for his part, moved even closer to jazz in his stage shows, and then saw his popularity spike when his signature song, "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," became a big pop hit in

  5. Sham Reply

    If I Ruled the World: Songs for the Jet Set is a studio album by Tony Bennett, arranged by Don Costa. Bennett dedicated his recording of "Sweet Lorraine" on the album to Nat "King" Cole, who had died a month before the album's release.

  6. Mimi Reply

    Though unimaginatively titled, Tony Bennett's second 12" LP Tony is a more ambitious effort than his first, Cloud tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co earlier disc employed a small band, but Tony uses two separate larger ensembles, a jazz big band arranged and conducted by Ray Conniff for all of the first side and "Always" on the second side, and a string orchestra arranged and conducted by Percy Faith for the rest.

  7. Zolosho Reply

    BENNETT, Tony. Sings the Ultimate American Songbook, vol. I. Columbia. TB, voc, with. Ralph Sharon Orch and trio, Dave Brubeck quartet, Count Basie Orch. Songbook is a collection of cuts from various albums by Bennett, dating back to the tail end of the Fifties. It’s mostly good stuff –no, fine stuff—with a few exceptions/5().

  8. Dorisar Reply

    Bennett swings the tune's second go-round. "Love Walked In" is the closest this set comes to a lullabye. "Lost in the Stars," a gorgeous ballad with exquisite lyrics, is an album highlight. Tony begins "Without a Song" in a reserved way but closes in that massive singing style that no one has ever equalled. (includes recording dates) SIDE ONE/5(7).

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