Ive Never Seen - Tony Bennett - Who Can I Turn To (CD, Album)
Label: Columbia - 484053 2 • Series: The Tony Bennett Master Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening
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Tony Bennett sings "Waltz for Debby" by Gene Lees and Bill Evans with great sensitivity and the CD ends with Tony performing the unforgettable "The Best Thing to Be Is a Person" that I could never tire of hearing. What a way to end the album! Tony Bennett is a very talented gentleman; we are better off for his sharing his gift with us/5(9).
Tony Bennett sings "Waltz for Debby" by Gene Lees and Bill Evans with great sensitivity and the CD ends with Tony performing the unforgettable "The Best Thing to Be Is a Person" that I could never tire of hearing. What a way to end the album! Tony Bennett is a very talented gentleman; we are better off for his sharing his gift with us/5.
Jul 28, · Who Can I Turn To, an Album by Tony Bennett. Released 16 November on Columbia (catalog no. CS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Standards, Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Tony Bennett (vocals), Bart Varsalona (trombone), Sonny Russo (trombone), Billy Byers (trombone), Bill Elton (trombone), Brooks Tillotson (French horn), Earl Chapin (French horn), Ralph Froelich (French horn), /5(19).
Duets II is an album by Tony Bennett, released on September 20, It was released in conjunction with Bennett's 85th birthday and is a sequel to his previous duet album, Duets: An American Classic. "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" was released on iTunes as a free download on August 2, Genre: Vocal jazz.
Sep 27, · Tony Bennett mad this ONE of his signature songs as nobody sang it like he did, particularly in the mid sixties.
17 rows · Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And 4/5(37).
Tony Bennett returned to the Top 40 in late with his version of the Leslie Bricusse-Anthony Newley anthem "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)," from Newley's Broadway show The Roar Of The Greasepaint, The Smell Of The Crowd. That song, like the rest of this album, was arranged and conducted by George Siravo, who made detailed ballad arrangements, using individual instruments 6/
I've never seen you wake at dawn And brush a dream from your eyes I've never seen you part your lips To take a kiss by surprise And I've never seen you bow your head in prayer Or jump for joy and let your laughter fill the air And yet I love you, sight unseen For my heart has seen what I've never seen And yet I love you, sight unseen.
"I've Never Seen" gets the royal treatment from Tony Bennett who sings this to perfection--and beyond! I love that music accompanying Tony, too. "Between The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler is another album highlight; Tony makes this love song his own with his sophisticated phrasing--what a memorable ballad!/5(11).