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Album Review

16 Most Requested Songs is a midline-priced collection that spotlights many of Robert Goulet's best-known and most popular performances for Columbia Records, including "If Ever I Would Leave You," "What Now, My Love?," "Real Live Girl," "If I Ruled the World," "Take Me in Your Arms," "Sunrise, Sunset," "For Once in My Life," "Somewhere My Love," "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)," and "The Impossible Dream." Although it's far from a perfect retrospective of his career, it's still a nice sampler of familiar items, and it may satisfy the needs of some casual fans who only want the hits.

Biography

Born: 26 November 1933 in Lawrence, MA

Genre: Pop

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

His face was more famous than his voice, but Robert Goulet recorded a string of popular albums for Columbia during the 1960s, striking the pop charts with several hits and earning a 1962 Grammy Award. Born in 1933 in Lawrence, MA, Goulet was raised in Edmonton, Alberta, where he first studied acting and singing as a teenager. He appeared on Canadian television in the early '50s, but moved to New York and by the end of the decade was fit into a prime Broadway role: Sir...
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