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VIC DAMONE SINGS ROMANTIC FAVOURITES (SEPIA 1021)

Vic Damone Sings Romantic Favourites

1. Serenade Of The Bells 3:06
2. Laroo, Laroo, Lilli Bolero 3:01
3. If I Had You 2:58
4. They Didn't Believe Me 3:15
5. The Way You Look Tonight 3:03
6. Love Is Just Around The Corner 2:12
7. It's Magic 2:19
8. At Half Past Seven 2:30
9. Isn't It Romantic? (with Patti Page) 3:07
10. I Love You So Much It Hurts 2:50
11. Lonely Night 2:50
12. I Hadn't Anyone Till You 2:48
13. Take Me In Your Arms 2:48
14. Beloved Be Faithful 2:18
15. If 2:47
16. You And Your Beautiful Eyes 2:30
17. Easy To Love 2:46
18. I Remember You, Love 3:19
19. Don't Blame Me 2:48
20. Jump Through The Ring 3:06
21. My Funny Valentine 3:06
22. Tenderly 2:44
23. Nina Never Knew 3:19
24. Take My Heart 2:50
25. Amor 2:49
 

Title: Vic Damone Sings Romantic Favourites
Artist: Vic Damone
Catalogue No: SEPIA 1021
Barcode: 5055122110217
Release Date: 11 August 2003

A native New Yorker of Italian stock, Vic Damone began his vocal education at the age of 11 and when he turned 18, Damone secured employment as an usher at Broadway's famous Paramount Theatre which helped pay for vocal lessons and also offered him the chance to study a range of professionals at work.

A year later in 1947 he signed a recording contract and almost immediately achieved his first Top Ten hit with "I Have But One Heart" (O Marinariello), sung in English and Italian. In 1949 Damone scored his first chart topper with "You're Breaking My Heart", another ballad with an Italian origin, and in 1950 he was invited by MGM to star in "Rich Young And Pretty" opposite Jane Powell. His other films include the musical "Kismet", "Hit The Deck" and "The Strip" in which he sang "Don't Blame Me" - the commercial recording is included here.

Throughout the 1950s Damone recordings charted regularly on both sides of the Atlantic and in 1957 he reached the number one slot in the United Kingdom with "On The Street Where You Live". He also performed in the United Kingdom frequently and is popular with the British public. Damone announced his retirement recently after performing for over 6 decades.

Most tracks featured here have never appeared on CD before.

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