Sammy Davis Jr. - Here's Lookin' At You - Part 1 download mp3 album
The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. Davis recorded extensively throughout his career and most recordings remain in the catalogs as various reissues. 1955 Starring Sammy Davis Jr. 1955 Just for Lovers. 1956 Here's Lookin' at You. 1957 Sammy Swings. 1957 It's All Over but the Swingin'. 1957 Boy Meets Girl (with Carmen McRae). 1958 Mood to Be Wooed and Then Some!
Sammy Davis Jr. lyrics - 232 song lyrics sorted by album, including "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You", "Rhythm Of Life", "The Candy Man". album: "Here's Lookin' At You" (1956). Frankie And Johnny Just One Of Those Things In A Persian Market. album: "Boy Meets Girl" (1957) (with Carmen McRae).
Sammy Davis, Jr. Нравится слушателям: Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra. Sammy Davis J. Carmen McRae, Carmen McRae, Sammy Davis, Jr. 2019. They Didn't Believe Me. Can't You See I've Got the Blues? Sammy Davis, Jr. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1957. I Gotta Right to Swing. Sammy Davis, J. Sy Oliver, Count Basie Orchestra, Sammy Davis J. Sy Oliver, The Count Basie Orchestra. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. The Outstanding Sammy Davis Jr. Sammy Davis, Jr. 2013. Have You Heard of the Rat Pack, Vol. 1.
Album by Sammy Davis J. .It Started All Over Again. A Foggy Day. The Clown. Frankie and Johnny (UK/digital reissue track). Just One of Those Things. Don't Let Her Go. Give a Fool a Chance. The Nearness Of You. The World Is Mine (Tonight). The Blues to End the Blues.
Sammy Davis Jr. chronology. Sammy's Back on Broadway (1965). The Sammy Davis Jr. Show (1966). The Sounds of '66 (1966) . Here's Lookin' at You. Sammy Swings. It's All Over but the Swingin'.
Yes, this was the biggest-selling record Sammy Davis, Jr. ever had, but thankfully full appreciation of the dismal nature of that fact does not require repeated listening to the song itself. There are tracks enough on this album that are painful to sit through, without enduring this one. The Mike Curb Congregation accompanies Davis on a song that surely will retain its historical value simply for being about the closest music has ever come to being pure excrement. I Am Over 25 - But You Can Trust Me" is an example of the type of material he is faced with here, each of the songs presenting a situation where he is required to emote with great sincerity, no matter what, while gospel-tinged background singers ooh in the background. Various producers wandered in and out of the proceedings, one of them going to great trouble to arrange a full orchestra and chorus and then mixing in a badly played electric guitar that almost drowns it all out.
|A1||It Started All Over Again|
|A2||She Always Knows|
|B1||Love (Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere)|
|B2||A Foggy Day|