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16 Most Requested Songs

Vic Damone

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Album Review

16 Most Requested Songs is a midline-priced collection that spotlights many of Vic Damone's best-known and most popular performances for Columbia Records, including "On the Street Where You Live," "War and Peace," "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "An Affair to Remember," "You're Breaking My Heart," "Gigi," "Separate Tables" and "In the Blue of the Evening." 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.

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1956 - 1959 Vic Damone Hits

This is a nice CD of Vic Damone's Columbia hits. Of course, he was only with Columbia for four years, so keep that in mind. The only BIG hits during that tenure were "On the Street Where You Live" and "An Affair to Remember". Ignore the version of "You're Breaking My Heart" included here since it is a stereo re-recording. If you're looking for the original on that, or other hits Vic had before 1956, see "Best of Vic Damone: The Mercury Years".

Separate Tables

Mood music at its very best. You'll feel as if you're sitting at the table with Damone. A great, rich voice.

Biography

Born: June 12, 1928 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Pop

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

One of the prototypical Italian-American crooners, Vic Damone parlayed a smooth, mellow baritone into big-time pop stardom during the '40s and '50s. Early in his career, his inflection and phrasing were clearly indebted to Frank Sinatra, who once famously called him "the best set of pipes in the business." Overall, though, Damone's style was softer than Sinatra's and owed less to the elasticity of jazz, especially since he was a solo performer who never served an apprenticeship with a swing orchestra....
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