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Living A Lie - Al Martino - Spanish Eyes (CD)

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  • Bagami
    says:
    Al Martino was one of the great Italian-American pop crooners, boasting a string of hit singles and LPs that stretched from the early '50s all the way into the mid-'70s. However, he is perhaps even better known for his role in The Godfather as singer Johnny Fontane, a character supposedly based on Frank Sinatra but with eerie similarities to Martino's own career.
  • Malalmaran
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    Label: Duchesse - CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Vocal, Easy Listening, Ballad Al Martino - Spanish Eyes (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  • Fetaur
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  • Dodal
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Al Martino - Living A Lie at Discogs. Complete your Al Martino collection/5(16).
  • Yolkree
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    Can't Take My Eyes Off You: A4: Yesterday: A5: Speak Softly Love: A6: My Foolish Heart: A7: I Love You And You Love Me: A8: It's Impossible: B1: I Have But One Heart: B2: Walking In The Sand: B3: Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good) B4: Goin' Out Of My Head: B5: Living A Lie: B6: Spanish Eyes: B7: Hey Mama: B8: Granada.
  • Dushicage
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    Living A Lie Lyrics: Why cry when she tells you she's leaving? / A teardrop or two won't keep her loving you / Be grateful she's gone, no more to lead you on / Only fools want to try living a li-i.
  • Fenririsar
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    AL MARTINO Living a Lie ~ Spanish Eyes reel to reel tape, 4 Track, 3 3/4 IPS. Tape is in excellent condition tested, sound quality is very good. Box is in good to good condition except there is a wrinkled area on the front of box and a stain inside box (see photos). All corner of box are intact. Capital Y2T Seller Rating: % positive.
  • Daishura
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    Jan 01,  · I have been a fan of Al Martino for many years, and I really like the vast majority of the tracks on this CD. The only exceptions are the first four " neo - operatic " tracks from the early '50s, and also " Spanish Eyes " which has been played " ad nausam " on easy - listening radio stations for almost 50 years!/5(43).
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