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Album Full of Hits

First heard of Paul Williams from the movie Phantom of the Paradise and was intrigued by his unique voice. The songs on this album are a perfect way to introduce you to the great composer and songwriter that is Paul Williams.

Where are his albums from the 1970s?

He had a distinctive sound then, quite unlike that on this recording. And he had such amazing songs, whose titles I cant recall at this moment. These songs are the "hits by the Carpenters and others; I want the other songs from then. His take on the world of love and romance then, the ways he delivered his songs, their skilled orchestrations, put him somewhat in the league of Randy Newman then.
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Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Paul Williams remains one of America's best recognized all-purpose celebrities in the '70s and '80s -- while plenty of folks are aware that he was a songwriter, vocalist, and instrumentalist, he also acted in movies and television, was a frequent guest on leading talk shows (he appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson over a dozen times), competed on game shows of all sorts, and was as likely to pop up in a Planet of the Apes sequel as he was to write a hit song. But if music was just one...
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