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All Or Nothing At All - Al Martino - Swing Along With Al Martino (Vinyl, Album)

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  3. Background. The Tommy Dorsey recording was released as a 78 RCA Victor B side single, B, with Frank Sinatra on vocals backed with "Neiani". The single reached #3 on the Billboard pop singles chart in –42 in a chart run of 24 weeks. Sinatra re-recorded the song with Nelson Riddle in for the In The Wee Small Hours album.. The song was copyrighted on August 11, by Embassy Music.
  4. Tracklist with lyrics of the album AL MARTINO SINGS – V2 of Al Martino, including the top song: Three Little Words. All Or Nothing At All lyrics Al Martino − / 5 (−) playlist. Swing Along With Al Martino [] Al Martino − / 5 (−) The Exciting Voice Of Al Martino [].
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Swing Along With Al Martino on Discogs. Label: 20th Fox - FOX • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Vocal, Swing/5(2).
  6. The Smooth Voice of Al Martino, NOT2CD CD1 covers to & CD2 covers to Includes both hit singles and ballad and up-tempo tracks from the 20th Fox albums "Al Martino" and "Swing Along With Al Martino" followed by the Capitol album "The Exciting Voice Of Al Martino"/5(20).
  7. With John di Martino on piano, Nikki Parrott on bass, Lewis Nash on drums, and Jerry Weldon guesting on tenor saxophone, you can practically feel the energy before the music even begins. Opening with a vibrantly swinging take on "The Great City," Redd and company waste no time getting down to business.
  8. When I was a kid my dad heard Al Martino's "Here in My Heart" on the radio. He went out and bought a copy of the 78 rpm gem. I think it was the first and only phonograph record he ever bought. This is a pretty good selection of Martino's output. He had a great voice and was certainly better than a lot of people who were recording back in
  9. Nevertheless, Bye Bye Blues is a pleasant album, ideal for background cocktail music, which is all that Kaempfert fans old or young will want anyway. [Ironically, the seven bonus tracks that were added to the end of the album on Taragon's reissue had a more distinctive sound than anything on the record itself, ranging from sharper swing to.

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