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Since I Fell for You, released originally by the tiny Applause Records label, was Eydie Gorme's first solo LP sung in English in a decade. Working ...
At a time when Barry Manilow can top the charts singing pop songs of the 1950s and Rod Stewart can sell millions covering the Great American Songbook ...
"I dedicated this album to Pascal Negre, who...asked for 'Un bolero por favor'," Nana Mouskouri writes in the liner notes to Un Bolero por Favor, her ...
Arielle Dombasle is a French film actress with more than 50 movies to her credit, and now she's trying her hand as a kind of torch singer. The ...
Gorme spreading her jazz wings and digging into a nice selection of pop/jazz/blues-style material. ~ Cub Koda, Rovi
It must be in the genes. Mayra Caridad Valdés, the daughter of mambo-era pianist, arranger, and musical director Bebo Valdés, younger sister of Latin ...
The Showstoppers are all show tunes on this collection of Broadway favorites from Eydie Gorme, her fifth album for ABC-Paramount Records. ...
Amor and More Amor appeared from Columbia Records in 1964 and 1965, respectively. In June 2004, they were reissued as a package deal by GL Music. ~ ...
Eydie Gorme's Paramount debut introduces a singer who exists somewhere between pop and jazz. Already a skilled interpreter of the Great American ...
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