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Connie Francis - Somewhere, My Love / A Letter From A Soldier album flac

  • Performer: Connie Francis
  • Album: Somewhere, My Love / A Letter From A Soldier
  • FLAC: 1682 mb | MP3: 1368 mb
  • Released: 1966
  • Country: US
  • Style: Vocal
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Connie Francis - Somewhere, My Love / A Letter From A Soldier album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Somewhere, My Love
Written-By – Jarre*, Webster*
2:28
B A Letter From A Soldier (Dear Mama)
Written-By – Allen*, Merrell*
2:50

Credits

  • Arranged By – Larry Wilcox
  • Producer – Tom Wilson

Notes

Track A: Lara's Theme From "Doctor Zhivago" From the MGM Motion Picture "Doctor Zhivago"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K 13545 Connie Francis Somewhere, My Love / A Letter From A Soldier ‎(7", Single) MGM Records K 13545 US 1966
45-MGM 19258 Connie Francis A Letter From A Soldier / Somewhere, My Love ‎(7", Single) MGM Records 45-MGM 19258 South Africa Unknown
K 13545 Connie Francis A Letter From A Soldier ‎(7", Single) MGM Records K 13545 US 1966
MGM 1320 Connie Francis Somewhere, My Love / A Letter From A Soldier ‎(7", Single) MGM Records MGM 1320 Denmark 1966
MGM 1320 Connie Francis A Letter From A Soldier / Somewhere My Love ‎(7", Single, Mono) MGM Records MGM 1320 UK 1966


Connie Francis ‎– Somewhere My Love. Connie Francis - A Letter From a Soldier (Dear Mama). Connie Francis - Solamente Una Vez {You Belong To My Heart} (Spanish version)(6).

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Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, 1938) is an American pop singer of Italian heritage and the top-charting female vocalist of the 1950s and 1960s.

Somewhere, my love is a 10" studio album recorded by American popular music singer Connie Francis

For the Connie Francis album, see Somewhere, My Love. Despite Conniff's success, Francis also had her version released as a single, and although it failed to chart in the US, it became one of her biggest successes internationally, becoming one of the "Top 5" in territories such as Scandinavia and Asia. In Italy, her Italian version of the song, "Dove non so", became her last success.

Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, 1938) is an American pop singer and the top-charting female vocalist of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Although her chart success waned in the second half of the 1960s, Francis remained a top concert draw. Despite several severe interruptions in her career, she is still active as a recording and performing artist. Growing up in an Italian-Jewish neighborhood, Francis became fluent in Yiddish, which would lead her to later record songs in Yiddish and Hebrew. In her autobiography Who's Sorry Now?, published in 1984, Francis recalls that she was encouraged by her father to appear regularly at talent contests, pageants, and other neighborhood festivities from the age of four as a singer and accordion player.

8. A Letter From A Soldier (Dear Mama). 9. A Nurse In The . 10. So Nice (Summer Samba) (Samba Do Verao). Souvenirs is a fantastic CD collection of all Connie Francis singles from 1955 to 1970. Any Connie Francis fan will love this.

Letter From a Soldier (Dear Mama). Spanish Nights and You. – Games That Lovers Play. Same as US album Looking For Love.

Somewhere My Love, a Letter From a Soldier. Main genre: Easy Listening. Is a cover of 1 song. Lara's Theme From "Doctor Zhivago" by Maurice Jarre (1965).

Connie Francis went on many USO tours, including to Vietnam. She said that "visiting and entertaining the troops in Vietnam was my most rewarding experience". Returning from Vietnam in the Christmas of 1967, she made hundreds of phone calls to the families of servicemen. She also toured Vietnam in the spring of 1968. Billboard reported on the song, on 25 June 1966: "Slow building, dramatic lyric ballad is given a warm, emotional reading by Miss Francis for a chart-topping entry". It was arranged and conducted by Larry Wilcox, and recorded on 31 May 1966 in New York. Mama just got a letter from Johnny. Dear mama, as I lie here in far old Vietnam