James Last - Love Theme From 'The Godfather' download album
Love Theme from "The Godfather" is the twenty-ninth studio album by American pop singer Andy Williams, released on March 21, 1972, by Columbia Records. The two new songs on what was otherwise another LP of covers of hits by other artists were the title track and "Music from Across the Way", which came from the songwriters behind his recent hits "Happy Heart" (composer James Last) and "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story" (lyricist Carl Sigman).
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James Last & Love Theme From The Godfather. Description : Canción que forma parte del album titulado "Love Must Be The Reason " Año 1972. Speak Softly Love (Theme from "The Godfather"). Description : A vocal version of the Love Theme from "The Godfather," by the James Last Singer. JAMES LAST - MY HEART WILL GO ON - LIVE (Titanic Love Theme) HQ-856X480. Description : JAMES LAST - MY HEART WILL GO ON - LIVE (Titanic Love Theme) HQ-856X480. Paul Mauriat Godfather Godfather Paul Mauriat James Last. Description : De su álbum: "Love Must Be The Reason" (1972). JAMES LAST TOP 100 - 5CD - TV-Spot. Description : TV-Spot van "JAMES LAST TOP 100" - 5CD overal verkrijgbaar Tracklist: CD1 01 Der.
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Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from 'The Godfather')" (Larry Kusik, Nino Rota) – 3:05. Precious and Few" (Walter Nims) – 2:54. Theme from 'Summer of 42'" from Summer of '42 (Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand) – 3:20. New York: Sony Music Entertainment 82 2. ^ a b (2002) Album notes for Love Theme From 'The Godfather'/The Way We Were by Andy Williams,. New York: Sony Music. a b "Love Theme From "The Godfather" – Andy Williams". Retrieved 14 January 2011. a b (1972) Love Theme from "The Godfather" by Andy Williams. New York: Columbia Records KC 31303.
In its matching up of Andy Williams titles for a two-fer release, Collectables Records has opted to combine Williams' spring 1972 album Love Theme From "The Godfather" with his spring 1974 album The Way We Were, skipping over his fall 1972 album Alone Again (Naturally) and his fall 1973 album Solitaire. Those two are together on another disc. The theory may have been that these two both had something to do with the movies while the two in between did not, but in fact all of these albums take the same approach, more or less. Buoyed by the success of the title track, which was Williams' last Top 40 pop hit, Love Theme From "The Godfather" was his last significant seller, his final gold album. The Way We Were, on the other hand, was a commercial disaster, Williams' first LP to miss the Billboard chart entirely since he joined Columbia Records in 1961.
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|A||Love Theme From 'The Godfather'
Written-By – Larry Kusik, Nino Rota
|B||Face In A Crowd||2:54|
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