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Al Martino - Take My Heart /I Never Cared download album

  • Performer: Al Martino
  • Album: Take My Heart /I Never Cared
  • FLAC: 1654 mb | MP3: 1650 mb
  • Released: 1952
  • Style: Vocal
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 167
Al Martino - Take My Heart /I Never Cared download album

HERE IN MY HEART ~ Al Martino (1952) BBS Records (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Words & Music by, Pat Genaro, Lou Levinson, & Bill Borrelli.

Al Martino sings "Here In My Heart". This was the UK's first ever Number 1 when the charts first started in 1952.

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2007: An Introduction to Al Martino(Varese Sarabande). 2012: Makin' Whoopee(Sepia). 2013: Take My Heart(Jasmine). 2018: Single Collection: 1952-1962(Acrobat). "Here in My Heart" b/w "I Cried Myself To Sleep". 1. 2. Non-album tracks. Take My Heart" b/w "I Never Cared". 12. 9. "I've Never Seen" b/w "Say You'll Wait For Me". 1953. Now" b/w "In All This World".

Karaoke - Male Swing & Jazz Vo. Ameritz Karaoke Band. Un-break My Heart (In The Style Of Toni Braxton). History Repeating (In The Style Of Shirley Bassey). I Was Doing All Right (In The Style Of Carmen McRae).

Al Martino – My foolish heart. Al Martino – Daddy's Little Girl. Al Martino, Carlo Savina – I Have But One Heart. Al Martino – Lisa's Heart. Al Martino – Take These Chains from My Heart. Al Martino – You've Got to Have Heart.

A. Take My Heart Written-By – Borrelli, Levinson, Genero. B. I Never Cared Written-By – Bill.

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Al Martino, the smooth-voiced baritone who had a string of hits in the 1950s and ’60s with sentimental ballads like Here in My Heart and Spanish Eyes and then found wider fame as Johnny Fontane, the wedding singer in The Godfather, died on Tuesday at his home in Springfield, Pa. He was 82. A daughter, Alison Martino, described the death as sudden but did not give a cause. Mr. Martino, whose career spanned five decades, fell backstage on Oct. 3 while acting as .

I met him in Milwaukee at an Italian Feast and confronted him on his recording of "Here is My Heart" not being a big hit. He conveyed to me, that he was disappointed that it didn't make number one but it was a beautiful song and I'm so happy that it is included in this CD. All the selections in this CD are all I was looking for.