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Vic Damone With Glenn Osser's Orchestra - You're Breaking My Heart / Four Winds And Seven Seas album

Vic Damone With Glenn Osser's Orchestra - You're Breaking My Heart / Four Winds And Seven Seas album
Performer: Vic Damone
Title: You're Breaking My Heart / Four Winds And Seven Seas
Released: 1949
Style: Vocal
Genre: Pop
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 228
Formats: VOC WAV MMF MIDI DTS XM ADX
MP3 size: 1587 mb
FLAC size: 1228 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A You're Breaking My Heart
Written-By – Genaro*, Skylar*
2:48
B Four Winds And Seven Seas
Written-By – Rodney*, David*
2:55

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation
  • Published By – Robert Mellin
  • Published By – Bergman, Vocco & Conn

Credits

  • Orchestra – Glenn Osser's Orchestra*
  • Vocals [Vocal] – Vic Damone

Notes

Merco Plastic NON-BREAKABLE under normal use

Side A Published By – Robert (ASCAP)
Side B Published By – Bergman, Vocco and Conn (ASCAP)

Mercury Record Corp. Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Center Label): 2517
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Center Label): 2725
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout Stamped, Variant 1): 2517-7
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout Stamped, Variant 1): 2725-7 P-1
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout Stamped, Variant 2): 2517 . 6
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout Stamped, Variant 2): 2527 . 7
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

First Appeared on Vic Damone – You're Breaking My Heart, Four Winds And Seven Seas. Have: 328 Want: 24. Notes.

You ask where I live Here's the address I give The four winds and the seven seas The hill. The hills were my home Till I started to roam The four winds and the seven seas My love and I Would sit and sigh Till the moon grew pale We vowed and said someday we'd wed In the church in the vale A train came to town And a stranger stepped down A smilin' so my love could see She answered

Apareceu pela primeira vez em Vic Damone – You're Breaking My Heart, Four Winds And Seven Seas.

Note that Vic re-recorded "You're Breaking My Heart" for Columbia Records in 1957 (again with Glenn Osser) in a commonly reissued version. but if you're looking for his original Mercury single-release hit, this post is the one (despite the 2:48 timing error on the label). com/playlist?list VGdFhkJGbY8MZO.

You’re Breaking My HeartYou’re Breaking My Heart, Four Winds and Seven Seas1949Vic Damone with Glenn Osser’s Orchestra. You're Breaking My HeartBlues for Me1962B. You're Breaking my HeartArrivederci, Roma1963Jerry Vale. You're Breaking My HeartSings The All Time International Hits1965Connie Francis. You're breaking my heart 'cause you're leaving You've fallen for somebody new It isn't too easy believing You'd leave after all we've been through. It's breaking my heart to remember The dreams we depended upon Your leaving is slow dying ember I'll miss you my love when you're gone. I wish you joy though tear drops burn But if some day you should care to return Please hurry back and we'll make a new start Til then you're breaking my heart. 5 You're Breaking My Heart. 6 Bring My Baby Back.

Vic Damone (born Vito Rocco Farinola, June 12, 1928) is an American singer and entertainer. She answered his smile And then after awhile The only stranger there was me. And that is why my heart and I Follow every breeze You ask where I live Here's the address I give The four winds and the seven seas The four winds and the seven seas. You ask where I live Here's the address I give The four winds and the seven seas (The four winds and the seven seas) The seven seas. Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Sheet Music Playlist. Written by: DON RODNEY, HAL DAVID.

You're Breaking My Heart - Vic Damone, 1949.

Sixty years ago, the ballad singer Vic Damone topped the UK charts with On the Street Where You Live. It was an unlikely achievement in the middle of the rock’n’roll era, but it was a perfect song perfectly sung. Damone, who has died aged 89, was regarded as a singer’s singer. He followed it later that year with another, You’re Breaking My Heart, based on the aria Mattinata by Ruggero Leoncavallo. In 1951, Damone appeared in the film musicals Rich, Young and Pretty with Jane Powell and The Strip with Mickey Rooney and Louis Armstrong. His beautifully controlled vocal resulted in a US Top 10 hit and he also released a successful album, That Towering Feeling!, inspired by the song.

You're Breaking My Heart" is a popular song. The song was published in 1948. The flip side was "Four Winds and Seven Seas. The recording first entered the Billboard chart on June 10, 1949, lasting 26 weeks and peaking at position Keely Smith's remake made the British Top 20 in 1965.

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