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"The Man" was Lorne Greene's second biggest hit after "Ringo," reaching the Top 20 on the easy listening charts. Greene sings, rather than speaks, the inspirational lyrics in his deep bass voice to the accompaniment of a heavenly choir. The accompanying album is billed as a "steel-drivin', mountain-movin' album," which pretty well sums it up. Greene's music is dramatic and lavishly produced, more similar to Dimitri Tiomkin themes, Western movie musicals, and Jimmy Dean's "Big Bad John" than traditional country, which is why he enjoyed most of his success on the pop charts. Fittingly, the liner notes for The Man were written by film music maestro Henry Mancini, who surely appreciated Joe Reisman's theatrical arrangements. Greene prefaces each song with a brief spoken introduction before launching into beefy interpretations of "Sixteen Tons," "Nine Pound Hammer," and more recent compositions. The newer songs are rugged tales of graveyard fillers and whiskey swillers, with interludes for square dancing ("Chickasaw Mountain") and abiding love ("Darling, My Darling"). Greene sometimes wavers off-pitch, but his voice is such a unique and appealing instrument that it hardly matters.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 1915 en Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Género: Pop

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

Actor Lorne Greene enjoyed a brief recording career in the mid-'60s, when he was at the height of his popularity thanks to his role as Ben Cartwright on the long-running Western series Bonanza. Greene was born in 1915 in Ottawa, Ontario, and went to college to study chemical engineering. He wound up discovering theater instead, and opted for a career in the performing arts. He worked in radio for a time, working his way up to become Canada's best-known newscaster. He left for New York in 1950, and...
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