Harry Connick, Jr. - To See You download album
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To See You is American artist Harry Connick J. s album of love songs, recorded with a symphony orchestra, released in 1997. The inspiration for this was a flight attendant, really," Connick says. He added, "She asked if I had any romantic records, and I thought maybe it was time to do a romantic album. Connick toured the United States and Europe with a full symphony orchestra backing him and his piano in each city.
When was I supposed to make my entrance How was I to know I had a chance Now here's a guy who really thought he had it all My heart was holding up the wall so I could dance. The last of my romances has concluded Wars I've lost and loved have thus been fair The battle scars I've gained have all alluded To a decorated soldier of despair. Baby I just had to see you Your face, your smile Baby I just had to see you Just for a while.
A more interesting set overall than his preceding pop date, To See You is a step in the right direction for Harry Connick, J. and also features brief, warm tenor solos from Charles Goold.
To See You is a vocal jazz music album recording by HARRY CONNICK JR released in 1997 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
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Slow and sensual, Harry Connick J. s ode to love is a shock to those accustomed to the pop stylings of his best-known work. In spirit, To See You represents a return to Connick's prestardom self, reflecting the imaginative musicality of that edgier sensibility. Yet Connick shows off a matured ability for composition and arrangement, creating poignant tapestries for his love-struck protagonists. On "Heart Beyond Repair," Connick confidently backs off midway through a torch-song vocal, giving saxophonist Charles Goold room to blow seductively through to a quiet swing groove. I know Harry is super talented, but this album seems to be maybe too much of a good thing. It is definitely subtle and somber, and I think it can verge on monotonous. I hate to make Harry background music, but that is really what this cd is good for.
Artist: Harry Connick, Jr. Album: To See You. When was I supposed to make my entrance How was I to know I had a chance Now here's a guy who really thought he had it all My heart was holding up the wall so I could dance. Baby I just had to see you Your face, your smile Baby I just had to see you Just for a while
|A1||Let Me Love Tonight|
|A2||To See You|
|A3||Let's Just Kiss|
|A4||Heart Beyond Repair|
|B1||Learn To Love|
|B2||Love Me Some You|
|B4||In Love Again|
|B5||Loved By Me|
Notes© 1997 Sony Music Entertainment Inc./℗ 1997 Sony Music Entertainment Inc./Manufactured by Columbia Records/"Columbia" Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. Marca Registrada.
|CK 68787||Harry Connick Jr.*||To See You (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK 68787||US||1997|
|SRCS 8501||Harry Connick, Jr. = ハリー・コニック，Ｊｒ．*||Harry Connick, Jr. = ハリー・コニック，Ｊｒ．* - To See You = トゥ・シー・ユー (CD, Album, Promo, CD )||Sony Records||SRCS 8501||Japan||1997|
|CK 68787||Harry Connick Jr.*||To See You (CD, Album, Club)||Columbia||CK 68787||US||1997|
|530018-2||Harry Conn-ck Jr*||To See You (Cass, Album)||Motown, Universal||530018-2||Unknown|
|488886.2||Harry Connick Jr.*||To See You (CD, Album)||Columbia||488886.2||Asia||1997|