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Frankie Laine - To Each His Own Album

Frankie Laine - To Each His Own Album Performer: Frankie Laine
Title: To Each His Own
Style: Vocal
Category: Pop
Country: US
Label: ABC Records
Catalog number: 11032
Size MP3: 1995 mb
Size FLAC: 1571 mb
Rating: 4.6

Tracklist

1To Each His Own
Written-By – J. Livingston, R. Evans
3:03
2I'm Happy To Hear You're Sorry
Written-By – E. Snyder, L. Kusik
2:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
11032Frankie Laine To Each His Own / I'm Happy To Hear You're Sorry ‎(7")ABC Records11032US1967
SS 2091Frankie Laine To Each His Own / I'm Happy To Hear You're Sorry ‎(7", Promo, 4 P)StatesideSS 2091US1968
45-11032Frankie Laine To Each His Own ‎(7", Single)ABC Records45-11032US1967
11032Frankie Laine To Each His Own ‎(7", Single)ABC Records110321967
SS 2091Frankie Laine To Each His Own ‎(7", Single)StatesideSS 2091UK1967

Credits

  • Arranged By, ConductorPeter DeAngelis
  • ProducerBob Thiele

Notes

From ABC LP 628 " To Each His Own "

Video

Album

Frankie Laine singing the title track To Each His Own from his 1968 album To Each His Affair is a 1958 album by Frankie Laine with the orchestra of Michel Legrand. The album was followed by a second collaboration with Legrand the next year, Reunion in Rhythm. Laura - David Raksin, Johnny Mercer. Popular songs with orchestra. To each his own - Green, green grass of home - I wish I had someone like you - You always hurt the one you love - I found you - Laughing on the outside Crying on the inside - I'm happy to hear you're sorry - It don't mean a thing to. Me - I've got a right to cry - I need you - Meet me half way - I don't want to set the world on fire. Watch the video for To Each His Own from Frankie Laine's The Very Best Of ABC Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Frankie Laine, born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio 30 March 1913 6 February 2007, was an American singer and one of the more successful hit-makers of the late 1940s and early 1950s. Laine has had worldwide sales of over 250 million disks, and has earned 21 gold records. Originally a rhythm and blues influenced jazz singer, his energetic, passionate style has led some to consider him the first of the blue-eyed soul singers. Laine's remake of To Each His Own is very good and became a big adult contemporary hit the rest of the album follows suit with an assortment of oldies and newies, some of which are in a country-pop vein. Bob Theile's production is dense and florid, with a sound that is more trendy and modern-sounding than Ames' records from the same time. The production style may have been commercial in the '60s but makes the album sound dated today. Consultez des crédits, des avis, des pistes et achetez la référence Vinyl de To Each His Own sur Each His Own 1968. Album by Frankie Laine. Green, Green Grass of Home. is a cover of. Green, Green Grass of Home by Porter Wagoner 1965. To Each His Own is a vocal jazz music album recording by FRANKIE LAINE released in 1968 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. A1 To Each His Own A2 Green, Green Grass Of Home A3 I Wish I Had Someone Like You A4 You Always Hurt The One You Love A5 I Found You A6 Laughing On The Outside B1 I'm Happy To Hear You're Sorry B2 It Don't Mean A Thing To Me. Frankie Laine singing the title track To Each His Own from his 1968 album To Each His Own. Country Western Songs Country Music High Noon Singers Movie Tv Music Videos Goodies Celebs Musica. Frankie Laine sings High Noon. Frankie Laine - Mr Rhythm, performing his big hit, High Noon in the mid 1970's. U Tube High Noon Country Music Stars Oldies But Goodies Great Artists Bands Love You Singer Memories. One of his abc recordings from his 1968 album To each his own. Christmas Music Christmas Movies Christmas Holidays Christmas Videos Merry Christmas Happy Singer Paul Weston Rosemary Clooney Good Cheer. To Each His Own. This song is by Frankie Laine and appears on the album The Very Best Of ABC Years 1996. A rose must remain with the sun and the rainOr its lovely promise won't come trueTo each his own, to each his ownAnd my own is you. What good is a song if the words just don't belongAnd a dream must be a dream for twoNo good alone, to each his ownFor me there's you