Shirley Bassey - Songs Of Love album flac
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|A1||For All We Know
Arranged By, Producer, Conductor – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – James*, Karlin*, Wilson*
|A2||The Shadow Of Your Smile
Arranged By, Conductor – Ralph BurnsProducer – Kenneth HumeWritten-By – Mandel*, Webster*
|A3||For The Love Of Him
Arranged By, Producer – Johnny HarrisProducer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Mortimer*, Martin*
|A4||And I Love You So
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – McLean*
Arranged By, Conductor – Ernie FreemanProducer – Kenneth HumeWritten-By – Mayer*, Mercer*
Arranged By – Sid FellerProducer – Dave PellWritten-By – Hebb*
|A7||I Don't Know How To Love Him
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Webber/Rice*
|A8||Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
Arranged By – Artie ButlerProducer – Dave PellWritten-By – Noble*
|B1||Strangers In The Night
Producer – Kenneth HumeWritten-By – Kaempfert*, Singleton*, Snyder*
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Bettis*, Carpenter*
|B3||I'm Glad There Is You
Arranged By, Conductor – Ralph BurnsProducer – Kenneth HumeWritten-By – Dorsey*, Madeira*
|B4||I've Been Loved
Arranged By – Sid FellerProducer – Dave PellWritten-By – Badale*, Cahn*
|B5||If We Only Have Love
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Blau*, Brel*, Schuman*
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Lennon*
|B7||The Look Of Love
Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Johnny HarrisExecutive-Producer – Noel RogersWritten-By – Bacharach / David*
|B8||Now You Want To Be Loved
Arranged By – Sid FellerProducer – Dave PellWritten-By – Barouh*, Le Sénéchal*, Miller*
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|64 299||Shirley Bassey||Songs Of Love (LP, Comp, Club)||United Artists Records, SR International||64 299||Germany||1975|
1972 - Shirley Bassey recorded and released this song, 'The Look of Love' on her 1972 Album titled, 'I Capricorn'.
1977 (Veteran vocalist Shirley Bassey recorded a wonderful Cover of her friend Paul McCartney's song/hit, Silly Love Songs). The album peaked at in the UK album chart. The tracks recorded for this album are contemporary pop, soft rock songs, dating mainly from the early to mid-1970s.
Features Song Lyrics for Shirley Bassey's Love Songs of the 70s album.
2007 compilation featuring 21 of Shirley Bassey's most famous love songs by some of the greatest songwriters and includes extensive booklet notes
The Shirley Bassey Singles Album is a compilation album released in 1975 by British singer Shirley Bassey. Having seen a sales dip in the latter half of the 1960s, Shirley Bassey enjoyed a successful comeback in the 1970s, beginning with the single and album hits, "Something".
This Disky collection includes 20 ballads from the first decade of Shirley Bassey's career, roughly the late '50s through the mid-'60s. The focus is on contemporary standards like "There Will Never Be Another You," "It Could Happen to You," "A House Is Not a Home," "Moon River," "I (Who Have Nothing)," and "Who Can I Turn T. The mood is melodramatic and the arrangements are similarly spacious, and this retrospective of her early career (read: before her global success) is well done.
25th Anniversary Album (Shirley Bassey album). 25th Anniversary Album is a compilation album by Shirley Bassey. Released in 1978 to mark her 25th year in show business, the album was a double set, comprising 40 tracks. The songs included span just 20 of the 25 years from 1957 to 1976, however, her first professional contract (which is reproduced within the album's inner sleeve) is dated 1953. Bassey had toured extensively throughout 1978 to mark her 25 years.
And I Love You So is a 1972 album by Shirley Bassey. Unlike the earlier albums, this didn't feature any hit singles and consequently didn't fare as well as the previous three. It made No. 24, and remained on the chart for 9 weeks, reaching its peak on Christmas week, resulting in higher than average sales
The BBC artist page for Shirley Bassey. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Shirley Bassey interviews. Dame Shirley Veronica Bassey, DBE (born 8 January 1937) is a Welsh singer whose career began in the mid-1950s, best known both for her powerful voice and for recording the theme songs to the James Bond films Goldfinger (1964), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), and Moonraker (1979). In January 1959, Bassey became the first Welsh person to gain a No. 1 single. In 1977 she received the Brit Award for Best British Female Solo Artist in the previous 25 years. Bassey is considered.