Love Boat" (also known as "Love Boat Theme" and "The Love Boat") is a 1977 song performed by American singer and actor Jack Jones, used as the theme song in American television series The Love Boat. It was later covered by numerous artists. The song was composed by Charles Fox to the lyrics by Paul Williams. It was recorded as the theme song for the popular American TV series The Love Boat, broadcast between 1977 and 1986
John Allan Jones (born January 14, 1938) known professionally as Jack Jones, is an American actor and jazz and pop singer, popular during the 1960s. He is the son of actor/singer Allan Jones and actress Irene Hervey. Jones is primarily a straight-pop singer (even when he recorded contemporary material) whose ventures in the direction of jazz are mostly of the big band/swing variety. Jones has won two Grammy Awards.
He is probably best known for singing the theme song to the television program "The Love Boat". リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Jack Jones. Airman Jack Jones And The Symphony In Blue, J. Jones, Jack, Jack Jones, Vocal, JJ, John Allan Jones, Jones, ジャック・ジョーンズ.
The Jack Jones Christmas Album. 3. Sleigh Ride, The Jack Jones Christmas Album. 4. Angel Eyes, Wives and Lovers. 5. Love Boat Theme, New Jack Swing. 6. Dear Heart, Dear Heart. 7. The Race Is On, My Kind of Town. 8. Embraceable You, There's Love & There's Love & There's Love. 9. Call Me Irresponsible, Jack Jones: Greatest Hits. 10. The Impossible Dream, Jack Jones: Greatest Hits. 11. Do You Hear What I Hear, The Christmas Album. 13. Fly Me to the Moon, Jack Jones Paints a Tribute to Tony Bennett. Jack Jones - The Gershwin Album. 22. Strangers In The Night, All The Things You Are : The Love Collection. 23. Christmas Day, Christmas Classics. 24. This Could Be the Start of Something Big, Angel Eyes (54 Original Songs).
2015 And Gift of Love. Jack Jones: The Gershwin Album. Last Minute Christmas Album.
This album should have earned a Grammy nomination for Best Traditional Pop. Jones reads the title track with the honesty Sinatra brought to saloon songs. He brings the same world-weariness to the classic I Can’t Get Started before pushing the tempo with a lilting swing and singing around the melody with the freedom of a good jazz singer before giving it his signature big finish. Jones reinvents some of his nearly 50-year-old hits and uses all of his tools to make this album a showcase of his still-enviable skills . Jack may have to do a duets album to get a Grammy for older material, but that shouldn’t be difficult. He’s known in traditional pop as the singer’s singer.
|A1||This Could Be The Start Of Something|
|A2||This Love Of Mine|
|A3||With You On My Mind|
|A4||We'll Be Together Again|
|A5||What Would I Do|
|B1||I Don't Know Enough About You|
|B2||Show Me The Way To Get Out Of This World|
|B4||I'm A Fool To Want You|
|B5||To Whom It May Concern|
NotesA Capitol Re-Issue
Originally titled "This Love Of Mine"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix code stamped Side 1): T1 2100 -BG2
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix code stamped Side 2): T2 2100 - F1
|T 2100||Jack Jones||In Love (LP)||Capitol Records||T 2100||UK||1964|
|ST 2100||Jack Jones With Bobby Hammack's Orchestra*||Jack Jones With Bobby Hammack's Orchestra* - In Love (LP, Album, RE)||Capitol Records||ST 2100||US||Unknown|
|TT 2100, TT-2100||Jack Jones||In Love (LP, Mono, RE)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||TT 2100, TT-2100||US||1964|
|T 2100||Jack Jones||In Love (LP)||Capitol Records||T 2100||Canada||1964|
|STF 599||Jack Jones||In Love (LP, Album, RE)||World Record Club||STF 599||UK||Unknown|