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Tony Bennett - His Story: Chapter Two album download

Performer:

Tony Bennett

Title:

His Story: Chapter Two

Genre:

Jazz / Pop

MP3 album size:

1964 mb

Other music formats:

DXD DTS AAC AA WAV AC3 MP4

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Big Band, Vocal

Date of release:

2016

Tony Bennett - His Story: Chapter Two album download

Tracklist

1 It Could Happen To You 2:50
2 Every Time We Say Goodbye 3:13
3 Long Ago And Far Away 2:55
4 It Amazes Me 3:27
5 The Way You Look Tonight 3:08
6 Be Careful It's My Heart 2:15
7 My Foolish Heart 3:09
8 Time After Time 2:55
9 Fools Rush In 2:09
10 A Cottage For Sale 3:04
11 Blue Moon 2:32
12 So Far 3:41
13 Just In Time 1:42
14 When I Fall In Love 2:17
15 Taking A Chance On Love 1:54
16 Without A Song 3:05
17 Fascinating Rhythm 1:28
18 (In My) Solitude 3:35
19 Pennies From Heaven 2:32
20 Lost In The Stars 3:59
21 Firefly 1:38
22 There Will Never Be Another You 3:15
23 Lullaby Of Broadway 3:12
24 Ol' Man River 5:01
25 Blue Velvet 3:03
26 I Won't Cry Anymore 2:47
27 Have A Good Time 3:10
28 Congratulations To Someone 3:01
29 Here Comes That Heartache Again 3:06
30 While We're Young 2:23
31 Solitaire 3:20
32 My Heart Won't Say Goodbye 3:07
33 Until Yesterday 2:52
34 Funny Things 3:08
35 I May Never Love Again 3:14
36 It's So Peaceful In The Country 2:49
37 The Skyscraper Blues 7:03
38 Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone) 6:13
39 All By Myself 2:52
40 I Cover The Waterfront 4:54
41 Love Is Here To Stay 2:19
42 The Party's Over 3:33
43 Cold Cold Heart 2:38
44 Close Your Eyes 1:54
45 Because Of You 2:58
46 Cinnamon Sinner 3:00

Love Story is an album by Tony Bennett, released in 1971. The album reached a peak position of number 67 on the Billboard 200. The album was conducted and arranged by Dick Hyman, Marion Evans, Marty Manning, Ralph Burns and Torrie Zito. Love Story" (Carl Sigman, Francis Lai) - 3:12. Tea for Two" (Otto Harbach, Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar) - 2:54. I Want to Be Happy" (Youmans, Caesar) 3:11. Individual Thing" (Jule Styne, Bob Merrill) - 3:29.

The discography of American traditional pop and jazz singer Tony Bennett consists of 57 studio albums, eleven live albums, thirty-one compilation albums, three video albums, one extended play and 81 singles. Almost all of Bennett's albums have been released by Columbia Records

Love Story is an album by Tony Bennett, released in 1971 The album reached a peak position of number 67 on the Billboard 200 The album was conducted and arranged by Dick Hyman, Marion Evans, Marty Manning, Ralph Burns and Torrie Zito. Love Story" Carl Sigman, Francis Lai - 3:12. Tea for Two" Otto Harbach, Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar - 2:54. I Want to Be Happy" Youmans, Caesar 3:11. Individual Thing" Jule Styne, Bob Merrill - 3:29.

Duets II is an album by Tony Bennett, released on September 20, 2011. It was released in conjunction with Bennett's 85th birthday and is a sequel to his previous duet album, Duets: An American Classic The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, marking his first No. 1 album, selling 179,000 copies. He also became the oldest living artist to debut at No. 1 on Billboard 200. It was a milestone for Bennett in that it was not only his first.

Through his music, Tony Bennett has connected in unprecedented fashion with all generations of audiences. His commitment to humanitarian ideals has bridged our differences by highlighting what we have in common as citizens of the planet. Bennett’s first Duets album also inspired the Rob Marshall-directed television special Tony Bennett: An American Classic, which won seven Emmys making it the most honored program at the 2007 Emmy Awards. Bennett won two Grammys for Duets II in the 2012 Grammy ceremony and that year marked the 50th Anniversary of the recording and release of his signature song, I Left My Heart in San Francisco. A documentary entitled, The Zen of Bennett, which was created and conceived by Danny Bennett, Tony’s son and manager, was premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2012.

Tony Bennett is a pop singer known for his studio album ‘The Beat of My Heart. In 1955, the American singer released his first long-playing album titled ‘Cloud 7’. Two years later, he came out with the album ‘The Beat of My Heart’. This album featured well-known jazz musicians Nat Adderley and Herbie Mann. With the beginning of the rock and roll era in the mid-1950s, Bennett continued to enjoy success, placing the song "In the Middle of an Island" at number 9 in the Billboard Top 40 in 1957. Continue Reading Below.

Tony Bennett has two passions: singing and painting. He paints every day, and three of his works are in the Smithsonian's permanent collection. What's more, he recently took up sculpture. What does he listen to? "Art Tatum on the piano, the greatest piano player that ever lived, a lot of Sinatra, a lot of Nat King Cole. 5. This will be Bennett's last "Duets" album. I know when enough is enough. They're very complete," he said. 6. Bennett was born Anthony Dominick Benedetto. After serving in World War II, he started singing under the name Joe Bari, after a city in Italy. Bob Hope told him it was a "phony name," Bennett said. What did Hope think of his real name? "Well, that's a little long for the marquee. Let's economize it and call you Tony Bennett.

Tony Bennett's two duet sessions with brilliant jazz pianist Bill Evans have long ago earned classic status, but this beautiful set is an equally rewarding, if less-heralded experience

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