Sammy Davis Jr. - Lonely Weekends mp3 album
The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. Davis recorded extensively throughout his career and most recordings remain in the catalogs as various reissues. 1955 Starring Sammy Davis Jr. 1955 Just for Lovers. 1956 Here's Lookin' at You. 1957 Sammy Swings. 1957 It's All Over but the Swingin'. 1957 Boy Meets Girl (with Carmen McRae). 1958 Mood to Be Wooed and Then Some!
The discography for American jazz singer Sammy Davis Jr. 1958 Mood to Be Wooed and Then Some!
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Lonely Is The Name (LP, Album). Sammy Davis Jr, Up Up And Away (LYRICS IN THE DESCRIPTION) 3:22. Sammy Davis, Jr. Up, Up and Away 3:37.
For Lonely Is the Name (1968), Sammy Davis, Jr. once again blended his interminable hipness with a batch of popular standards and fresh interpretations of selections that he had previously delivered in a distinctly different style. Although Davis' emphasis remained ensconced within orchestral and big band-backed melodies for a decidedly adult-oriented audience, his take on "Up, Up and Away" and the medley pairing Stevie Wonder's "Uptight" with "You've Got Your Troubles" is evidence that he was trying to broaden his appeal
Sammy Davis Jr. was a singer and dancer often billed as ‘the greatest living entertainer in the world’ during his heydays. This biography of Sammy Davis Jr. provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. 1966) and ‘Lonely Is the Name’ (1968). The decade of 1960s was a good one for his film career also. He got the chance to play major roles in films like ‘A Man called Adam’ (1966), ‘Salt and Pepper’ (1968) and ‘Sweet Charity’ (1969). His album ‘Sammy Davis, Jr. Now’ was released in 1972. It spawned the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit ‘The Candy Man’ which went on to become Davis’s most famous song.
Show is a 1966 studio album by Sammy Davis J. released to coincide with his television show of the same name The Sammy Davis J.
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Notes"Lonely Weekends" was originally written and recorded by Charlie Rich in on Sam Phillips' Memphis label
"More Than One Way" is from the Broadway Musical "Skyscraper"
|R.437||Sammy Davis Jr.||Lonely Weekends (7", Single)||Reprise Records||R.437||New Zealand||1966|
|0437||Sammy Davis Jr.||Lonely Weekends (7", Ter)||Reprise Records||0437||US||1966|