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Can't Get Used to Losing You / Love, Andy

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Album Review

This Columbia two-fer combines 1963's Can't Get Used to Losing You with 1967's Love, Andy. For the rare listener (or kitsch fanatic) curious enough to want original LPs from Andy Williams, this isn't the worst choice. The first LP includes a pair of his big hits (the title song, "Days of Wine and Roses") plus Andy's versions of a few hits of the day. The second sinks into kitsch with irrepressibly breezy takes on pop hits like "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine," "Somethin' Stupid," "The Look of Love," and "What Now, My Love?," plus a priceless version of the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows."

Biography

Born: 03 December 1928 in Wall Lake, IA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An engaging crooner, TV personality, and entrepreneur, Andy Williams was one of the most bankable and popular singers of his era. With his laid-back delivery, supple voice, and amiable charm, Williams rode a wave of success that took him from a childhood vocal act with his brothers to worldwide fame as a solo artist, eventually finding latter-day success as a theater impresario in Branson, Missouri. Though he started out as a crooner in the post-Frank Sinatra style, his wide-ranging taste in music...
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