Tony Mercer - The Wonderful World Of Tony Mercer download album
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The Weird, Wild and Wonderful World of Tony Potts Lyrics. Stir into the essence pot Close-up, cross-fade and mid-shot Sprinkle short ends on the gruel Tape splice and camera spool. Focus and fade A-B rolling, f-stop and grade. Swirl the potpourri around Sync-pulse, pic-sync and sync-sound Chalk of slate and pinch of pan Reclaims, reversals, recans. Mag-stripe, mic-tap Kodachrome, cut-away and clap. Fire, burn, and cauldron, splutter Double sprocket, frame line cutter All hail, Murnau.
A1. What A Wonderful World Written-By – Weiss, Douglas. A2. My Kind Of Girl Written-By – Bricusse. A3. Try A Little Tenderness Written-By – Woods, Campbell
Tony Bennett has sung with . lang previously, notably on his MTV Unplugged album, and the two have meshed well together, largely because of lang's willingness to sublimate herself to Bennett's approach. The same thing can be said of the two on this full-length duet album (which also contains solos - Bennett is heard alone on "That's My Dream," lang on "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" and "That Lucky Old Sun "). It isn't just that lang joins in on material more suitable to Bennett's style than to hers.
|A1||What A Wonderful World|
|A2||My Kind Of Girl|
|A3||Try A Little Tenderness|
|A6||The Touch Of Your Lips|
|B1||On A Wonderful Day Like Today|
|B3||I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)|
|B4||In All The World|
|B5||I Know Why|
|B6||The Nearness Of You|
- Conductor – Brian Fahey
- Producer – Norman Newell, Walter J. Ridley
NotesAnother UK version exists with label variations: The Wonderful World Of Tony Mercer.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side A): SMFP 1271 A -1 L 2
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side B): SMFP 1271 B -1 P 1
|MFP 1271||Tony Mercer||The Wonderful World Of Tony Mercer (LP, Album)||Music For Pleasure||MFP 1271||UK||1968|