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Lovelace Watkins - The Big, Big Voice Of Lovelace Watkins album mp3

Lovelace Watkins - The Big, Big Voice Of Lovelace Watkins album mp3
Album:
The Big, Big Voice Of Lovelace Watkins
Style:
Big Band
Released:
1960
Country:
US
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1196 mb
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1770 mb
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1466 mb
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ARTIST:Lovelace Watkins. TITLE:The Big, Big Voice Of. Lovelace watkins-picture sleeve only--(tender love)--ps--pic--slv.

Big Big Voice of Lovelace.

Lovelace Watkins (March 6, 1938 – June 11, 1995) was a Las Vegas-based singer and performer who achieved prominence in America as well as in Europe and Australia. Background information. He appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1961 while promoting his album "The Big, Big Voice of Lovelace Watkins", music arranged and conducted by Ray Ellis. In addition to appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show, Lovelace also appeared on the Johnny Carson and Mike Douglas shows. Nicknamed "The Black Sinatra", his stage personality was earthy and electric. However this charisma and the power and quality of his voice never quite came over on his record releases.

Lovelace Watkins (March 6, 1938–June 11, 1995) was an American Las Vegas-based singer and performer who achieved prominence in America as well as in Europe and Australia. Nicknamed "The Black Sinatra", his stage personality was considered earthy and electric.

Lovelace Watkins (1938–1995) was a Las Vegas-based singer and performer who achieved fame in America as well as in Europe and Australia. Watkins was born in New Jersey when his mother was only fourteen years old and was raised by his grandmother in New Brunswick. He studied microbiology at Rutgers University and also trained as a boxer. His operatically trained and signature booming voice, reminiscent of a swinging Paul Robeson, took him to Europe where he gained fame. In addition to appearing on The Ed Sullivan show Lovelace also appeared on the Johnny Carson and Mike Douglas shows. Lovelace recorded nine albums in the United States and in Europe and gained more notoriety in Europe and Australia than in the States.

The BBC artist page for Lovelace Watkins. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Lovelace Watkins interviews. Lovelace Watkins (March 6, 1938 – June 11, 1995) was a Las Vegas-based singer and performer who achieved prominence in America as well as in Europe and Australia.

Tracklist

A1 Hello Young Lovers
A2 Summertime
A3 I Could Write A Book
A4 When I Fall In Love
A5 You Do
A6 Where Or When
B1 The Lady Is A Tramp
B2 Love Me Or Leave Me
B3 But Not For Me
B4 You'll Never Know
B5 Tonight's The Night
B6 Anything Goes

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SE3831 Lovelace Watkins The Big, Big Voice Of Lovelace Watkins ‎(LP) MGM Records SE3831 US 1960