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Al Martino In Concert (Live) [Live]

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Al Martino is in good voice on this 35-minute, budget-priced disc, drawn from a 1990 concert performance. He puts most of his best-known songs into a 12-minute medley, though there are full-length versions of his first hit, "Here In My Heart" and the theme from The Godfather, "Speak Softly Love." The album is filled out with standards like "Fools Rush In," "How Deep Is The Ocean," and "Granada."

Biografía

Nacido(a): 07 de octubre de 1927 en Philadelphia, PA

Género: Vocal

Años de actividad: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Al Martino was one of the great Italian-American pop crooners, boasting a string of hit singles and LPs that stretched from the early '50s all the way into the mid-'70s. However, he is perhaps even better known for his role in The Godfather as singer Johnny Fontane, a character supposedly based on Frank Sinatra but with eerie similarities to Martino's own career. Martino's 1952 debut smash, "Here in My Heart," made him the first American artist to top the charts in Great Britain, but his career was...
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