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Johnny Tillotson Sings Love Songs and Standards

by Johnny Tillotson

Johnny Tillotson sings some of the greatest Love Songs and Standards with a live 40 piece orchestra.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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1. Always
2:34 album only
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2. On the Sunny Side of the Street
2:36 album only
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3. I've Got You Under My Skin
2:50 album only
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4. How High the Moon
2:23 album only
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5. When I Lost You
2:37 album only
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6. I'll Be Seeing You
2:18 album only
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7. Gidget
1:59 album only
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8. My Cup Runneth Over
3:03 album only
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9. Blue Velvet
2:38 album only
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10. Danke Schoen
2:52 album only
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11. Till There Was You
3:07 album only
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12. Red Roses for a Blue Lady
2:11 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was beautiful recorded by Johnny Tillotson with a 40 piece orchestra .
This is a timeless collection of Love Songs and Standards.
All songs arranged by Larry Wilcox with the exception of "Gidget" which was
arranged by Charles Calello

Johnny Tillotson’s recording career spans 5 decades. He has 6 #1 international hits and hundreds of charted records worldwide. He has 10 top 10 hits and 16 top 40 Hits on the Billboard charts in the USA alone. His records have charted 48 times on Billboard’s Pop, Country, Adult Contemporary and Album charts. This accomplishment makes Johnny one of the top 100 recording artists of the Rock Era. Some of his biggest records include “Poetry In Motion”, “Without You”, “Talk Back Trembling Lips,” “It Keeps Right On A Hurtin,” “Send Me The Pillow You Dream On,” “You Can Never Stop Me Loving You,” “She Understands Me,” “Worry,” “Dreamy Eyes,” “Heartaches By The Number,” and many more.

Johnny is a 2 Time Grammy Nominee: 1962 - Best Country and Western Recording - “It Keeps Right On A Hurtin” 1965 - Best Contemporary Vocal Performance Male - “Heartaches By The Number”

Johnny is also credited as being one of the forerunners in making Country Music popular in the Pop field and was one of the first cross over artists. His composition “It Keeps Right On A Hurtin” has been recorded by over 110 artists, including Elvis Presley, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Conway Twitty, Eddy Arnold, Billy Joe Royal, Hank Locklin, Sonny James, Boots Randolph and many more to numerous to mention here. Johnny Tillotson has had hits in many countries including, England, Ireland, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Israel, Chile, Argentina, Barbados, and others. As mentioned earlier, Johnny has had hits and #1 records distinguished from his US releases. “Judy, Judy, Judy,” “Why Do I Love You So”, “Cutie Pie,” just to name a few and in Japan he had several #1 hits “Namida Kun Sayonara”, “You and Me” among others, in both the English and the Japanese language. He recorded in 5 Languages: English - Spanish - Italian - German - Japanese. He is the recipient of the prestigious Mt. Fuji award for outstanding sales. Johnny recorded the theme song to the popular TV Series “Gidget” starring Sally Field. He recorded the song “Angel” for the Disney movie “Those Calloways” starring Brian Keith and Linda Evans. His song of “Dreamy Eyes” appeared in the Australian film “Tunnel Vision.” His recording “You’ve Got the Touch” appeared in the movie “Tough Enough” starring Dennis Quaid. Johnny’s songs “Poetry In Motion,” “Cutie Pie,” “One Red Rose” and his version of “All I Have To Do Is Dream” have appeared on various TV programs, in commercials and in movie fare around the world. His recording of “Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On” was featured in the 2006 TV series “Daybreak.”
His song "Our World" was included in the "Milk and Honey" one of the finale episodes of Mad Men. Johnny is very proud of his 2010 single release “Not Enough", which is a tribute to the police, fire and all the us military personnel.

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