Al Martino (born Jasper Cini; October 7, 1927 – October 13, 2009) was an American singer and actor. He had his greatest success as a singer between the early 1950s and mid-1970s, being described as "one of the great Italian American pop crooners", and also became well known as an actor, particularly for his role as singer Johnny Fontane in The Godfather . 1965: That Old Feeling(MovieTone). 1966: Don't Go to Strangers(Pickwick). 1968: Al Martino(Guest Star).
That Old Feeling is an album by saxophonis and arranger Al Cohn and His Orchestra featuring trumpeter Joe Newman recorded in 1955 for the RCA Victor label. That Old Feeling" (Sammy Fain, Lew Brown) - 2:49. Gone With The Wind" (Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson) - 3:05. Sweet and Lovely" (Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, Jules LeMare) – 2:12. Soft as Spring" (Alec Wilder) - 3:36. I'll Take Romance" (Ben Oakland, Oscar Hammerstein II) - 2:48.
Premium Gold Collection. The Greatest Hits: Al Martino - Spanish Eyes. All The Best of Al Martino. Recorded at Webster Hall in New York City on May 6 (tracks 1, 2, 9 & 11), May 11 (tracks 3 & 5-7) and May 13 (tracks 4, 8, 10 & 12), 1955. Al Cohn - tenor saxophone.
|A1||I Can't Get You Out Of My Heart||2:27|
|A2||Time After Time||2:18|
|A3||They Didn't Believe Me||2:27|
|A4||My One And Only Love||2:35|
|A5||And I Have You My Love||2:15|
|A6||It's All Over But The Crying||2:15|
|B1||Hello, My Love||2:17|
|B2||When Your Lover Has Gone||2:59|
|B3||That Old Feeling||3:20|
|B4||I've Got You Under My Skin||2:53|
|B5||My Side Of The Story||2:46|
|B6||There's No Tomorrow||2:40|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records (Canada) Ltd.
|MTM 1002||Al Martino||That Old Feeling (LP, Album, Mono)||Movietone Records||MTM 1002||US||1965|