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Softly, As I Leave You - Joanie Sommers With Laurindo Almeida - Softly, The Brazilian Sound

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  1. Aug 09,  · Softly, the Brazilian Sound, conceived and conducted by Laurindo Almeida, ranks among the loveliest, most accomplished Latin albums of the day. “Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars,” “Meditation,” “I’ll Remember April,” “Softly, As I Leave You” and “That’s All” are all delivered with exquisite tenderness.
  2. A1 – MeditationA2 – Dear HeartA3 – Watching The World Go ByA4 – Quiet NightsA5 – OnceA6 – Softly, As I Leave YouB1 – I Could Have Danced All NightB2 – I’ll Remember AprilB3 – You Can’t Go Home AgainB4 – CarnivalB5 – Old GuitaronB6 – That’s All Japan pressing with insert, no obi. Clean Continue reading Joanie Sommers With Laurindo Almeida – Softly, The.
  3. Softly, I will leave you softly For my heart would break if you should wake and see me go So I leave you softly, long before you miss me Long before your arms can beg me stay For one more hour or one more day After all the years, I can't bear the tears to fall So, softly as I leave you there (Softly, long before you kiss me).
  4. Joanie Sommers with Laurindo Almeida Joanie Sommers with Laurindo Almeida - Softly, The Brazilian Sound ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Warner Bros. Records/5(5).
  5. Joanie Sommers with Laurindo Almeida Joanie Sommers with Laurindo Almeida - Softly, The Brazilian Sound ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Warner Bros. Records.
  6. Nov 08,  · I have looked for the Joanie Sommers album "Softly, The Brazilian Sound" on CD for years. I was thrilled to be able to get this wonderful album at long last - but to have it include a bonus in the form of her "Positively The Most" album made it just that much better/5(9).
  7. "Softly, as I Leave You" is a popular Italian song, originally titled Piano, composed by Tony De Vita with Italian lyrics by Giorgio Calabrese, translated into English by Hal Shaper. It was originally an Italian success by Mina, at the Sanremo Music Festival, entitled "Piano" ("Softly").Songwriter(s): Giorgio Calabrese, Hal Shaper, Tony De .
  8. Nov 08,  · All tracks are in bossa nova rhythm, with the participation of late brazilian guitar player Laurindo Almeida. Just one more question: why the strings background? If you like Stacey Kent, the best jazz singer today, listen to Joanie. She was Stacey Kent yesterday. We want to hear in CD others Joanie's LPs like "Sommers Seasons" or "Dream"!/5(9).
  9. Jul 07,  · Softly, The Brazilian Sound by Joanie Sommers (vo) with Laurindo Almeida (arr, cond).

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