Tony Bennett - Through The Years album flac
- Album: Through The Years
- FLAC: 1194 mb | MP3: 1212 mb
- Released: 2006
- Style: Vocal
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 244
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|1||–Tony Bennett With Percy Faith & His Orchestra||Just In Time
Arranged By, Conductor – Percy FaithWritten-By – Betty Comden, Adolph Green*, Jule Styne
|2||–Tony Bennett||The Best Is Yet To Come
Conductor [Orchestra] – Cy ColemanWritten-By – Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman
|3||–Tony Bennett||I Left My Heart In San Francisco
Arranged By, Conductor – Marty ManningWritten-By – Douglass Cross, George Cory
|4||–Tony Bennett||I Wanna Be Around
Arranged By, Conductor – Marty ManningWritten-By – Johnny Mercer, Sadie Vimmerstedt
|5||–Tony Bennett||The Good Life
Arranged By, Conductor – Marty ManningWritten-By – Jack Reardon, Sacha Distel
|6||–Tony Bennett||Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
Arranged By, Conductor – George SiravoWritten-By – Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse
Arranged By – Al CohnConductor – Johnny MandelPiano – Tommy FlanaganWritten-By – Charlie Chaplin, Geoffrey Parsons, John Turner
|8||–Tony Bennett||My Favorite Things
Arranged By, Conductor – Robert FarnonWritten-By – Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers*
|9||–Tony Bennett With John Bunch||Cold, Cold Heart
Piano – John BunchWritten-By – Hank Williams
|10||–Tony Bennett||I Could Write A Book
Written-By – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart*
|11||–Tony Bennett With Ralph Sharon Trio*||It Had To Be You
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Isham Jones
|12||–Tony Bennett||Blue Moon
Written-By – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart*
|13||–Tony Bennett||The Way You Look Tonight
Written-By – Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
|14||–Tony Bennett & Bill Evans||My Foolish Heart
Written-By – Ned Washington, Victor Young
|15||–Tony Bennett With Ralph Sharon Trio*||Steppin' Out With My Baby
Arranged By – Ralph Sharon, Tony BennettWritten-By – Irving Berlin
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Hear Music
- Manufactured By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Compilation Producer – Timothy Jones
- Liner Notes – Steven Stolder
NotesHear Music Opus Collection as sold by Starbucks.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 62111 70884 7
Accompanied by his quartet, Tony Bennett moves effortlessly through a repertoire spanning 60 years, with songs such as. .He is joined for two unique duets, by stellar British singers Cleo Laine and Leona Lewis. Performer - Tony Bennett Director - Janet Fraser Crook Producer - Serena Cross.
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Well, Through the Years is a bit like Tony Bennett for beginners. Here we hear Mr. Bennett singing songs that pretty much everyone knows, even if they're songs that Bennett wasn't necessarily famous for singing. This tendency is particularly noticeable in the inclusion of songs like "The Way You Look Tonight", from the 1997 soundtrack to My Best Friend's Wedding, and "Blue Moon", from 1973's The Rodgers and Hart Songbook. Understandably, these types of pieces are relegated to the end of the album, while Bennett standards like "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" and "The Best is Yet to Come" are toward the front. It mercifully eases us into Bennett's music with his hits before attempting to endear us to some lesser-known (though still recognizable) tunes from Bennett's sizable repertoire. So, as Bennett compilations go, the tracklist is really not too bad.
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Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Among the great singers of his generation, with an ease of manner and warm vocal tone that helped him soar both in jazz and pop circles.
Complete your Tony Bennett collection. The cover image here which matches my copy in hand does not show track B6 I'll Be Home For Christmas. My record also does not have this track.
Mel Torme dismissed Tony Bennett's skills as a jazz singer, and in mining the Great American Songbook, Bennett certainly has drawn more from bel canto style than scat. But as this remarkable 1975 duo album with the great jazz pianist Bill Evans demonstrates, Bennett was (and is) supremely comfortable with jazz and jazz players. The artists re-teamed a year later to fine, if less startling, effect on "Together Again. This date, and the follow-up 2 years later, are definitely worth purchasing. This is timeless music that will always remain fresh, no matter how many times it is heard.
Bennett, who celebrates his 92nd birthday today, 3 August, has been friends with Krall for over 20 years. The two toured together in 2000 and recorded duets for two of Bennett’s albums (‘Duets’ and ‘Playin’ With My Friends’), but this marks their first full album project together