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Luciano Pavarotti & Barry White ….. My Everything

Luciano Pavarotti and Barry White  My Everything * For those that haven’t seen this it’s priceless and an example of the personal outreach of both Luciano Pavarotti and Barry White touching all ends of the musical spectrum. They appeared together to sing Barry’s hit song My First, My Last, My Everything. Wonderful Together   * […]

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Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli – Father & Son Singing Together

Andrea Bocelli & Matteo Bocelli Father & Son Singing Together *   Watching Andrea playing piano with his son will give you goosebumps.  Technically they are very different, but there is one thing that makes them most similar: the attitude. That characteristic way of expressing yourself through your voice.         “This makes […]

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Perry Como Show – Connie Francis – November 18, 1959

Perry Como – Kraft Music Hall Connie Francis  Singing Two Italian Favorites November 18, 1959 * This is the Perry Como Kraft Music Hall show filmed on November 18, 1959. One of the featured artists is a young Connie Francis in preparation for her concert at Carnegie Hall.     It’s a pleasure to watch […]

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Dean Martin – Somewhere there’s a Someone

Dean Martin Somewhere there’s a Someone Dean Martin Show * Somewhere There’s a Someone is a 1966 studio album by Dean Martin, produced by Jimmy Bowen. This was and remains one of my most favorite songs by Dean. He is so easy going in this video that its no wonder why we invited him into our homes every Thursday night […]

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Mala Femmena – Jimmy Roselli

Mala Femmena  Jimmy Roselli  * Mala Femmena sung by Jimmy Roselli was a very popular Neopolitan song from back in the day.  Jimmy Roselli was born in Hoboken, New Jersey. He had success with the song “Mala Femmena”, which sold over three million records in 1963. It never was a hit song for him, but […]

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That’s Amore – Dean Martin

Thats’s Amore Dean Martin’s Hit Song   That’s Amore is a 1953 song by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Jack Brooks. It became a major hit and signature song for Dean Martin in 1953. Amore (pronounced  means “love” in Italian.     That’s Amore first appeared in the soundtrack of the Martin and Lewis comedy film The Caddy, released by Paramount Pictures on August 10, 1953. In the film, the song is performed mainly by […]

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10 “Italians” that are Household Names

10 “Italians” that are Household Names These are people of Italian decent that would have been or are recognized pretty much anywhere on earth. * Sophia Loren Sophia Loren born Sofia Villani Scicolone is quite possibly the most recognizable Italian of all time   Aside from an Academy Award, she has won a Grammy Award, five special […]

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Andrea Bocelli – Heartwarming Impromptu Concert Walking in NY

  Andrea Bocelli – Heartwarming Impromptu Concert Walking in NY   C”ccccc

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The Twelve Days of Christmas – Perry Como

The Twelve Days of Christmas Perry Como * The Twelve Days of Christmas, is a festive Christian season to celebrate the nativity of Jesus. The commercial calendar has encouraged an erroneous assumption that the Twelve Days end on Christmas Day and must therefore begin on 14 December. In most Western Church traditions the day after Christmas is […]

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Andrea Bocelli & Natalie Cole – “The Christmas Song”

Andrea Bocelli & Natalie Cole “The Christmas Song” * “The Christmas Song”  was written in 1945 by Bob Wells and Mel Tormé. Nat King Cole’s 1961 version is generally regarded as definitive, and in 2004 was the most-loved seasonal song of all time with women aged 30–49, while the original recorded by The Nat King Cole trio […]

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