Foreign Affairs (1967). I Will Wait for You. is a cover of.
Vic Dana (born August 26, 1940, Buffalo, New York) is an American dancer and singer. Discovered by Sammy Davis J. Dana was an excellent dancer, particularly in tap, and was encouraged by Davis to move to Los Angeles to further his career. With the decline of dancing as a form of entertainment, Dana began a singing career. He is best known for his 1965 recording of the Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett song "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" that was a Billboard Top Ten hit single.
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Vic Dana charted a long string of mostly moderate and minor hit singles in the '60s, but never achieved the name recognition of such likeminded contemporaries as Bobby Vinton or even Jack Jones. Dana's biggest hit and only Top Ten entry was one of three hit versions of "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" in 1965, and, in general, his hits were covers of songs that are strongly associated with other artists. Dana may not have forged a unique musical identity, but his recordings bridged the gap between teen idol pop and adult contemporary, making him the sort of sturdy and versatile.
37 mins ·. Milan Vaishnav discusses the competition in India today between secular nationalism, which stresses political pluralism, and Hindu nationalism, which champions Hindutva-the belief that India is fundamentally a polity by, for, and of the majority Hindu community. The Battle for India’s Soul. The election will determine what comes after secularism.
Foreign Affairs is the leading forum for serious discussion of international affairs.
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|A1||I Will Wait For You (From "The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg")
Written-By – Michel Legrand, Norman Gimbel
|A2||And We Were Lovers (Theme From "The Sand Pebbles")
Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith, Leslie Bricusse
|A3||Venice Blue (Que C'est Triste Venise)
Written-By – Charles Aznavour, Gene Lees
|A4||Sand And Sea (Plein soleil)
Written-By – Gilbert Bécaud, Mack David, Maurice Vidalin
|A5||A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
Written-By – Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin
|A6||Mon Amour (L'important c'est la rose)
Written-By – Gilbert Bécaud, Norman Newell, Pierre Delanoë
Written-By – Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Milt Gabler
|B2||If You Go Away (Ne Me Quitte Pas)
Written-By – Jacques Brel, Rod McKuen
|B3||Trains And Boats And Planes
Written-By – Bacharach And David
|B4||How Insensitive (Insensatez)
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Norman Gimbel, Vinicius De Moraes
Written-By – Irving Berlin
- Arranged By – Tommy Oliver
- Art Direction – Woody Woodward
- Conductor – Klaus Doldinger
- Engineer – Pete Repmark
- Liner Notes – Richard Oliver
- Photography By – George Jerman
- Producer – Siegfried E. Loch
NotesThe liner notes indicate the album was recorded in Berlin.
|lsp-2051||Vic Dana||Foreign Affairs (LP, Album)||Liberty||lsp-2051||USA & Canada||1967|
|LRP-2051||Vic Dana||Foreign Affairs (LP, Album)||Liberty||LRP-2051||USA & Canada||1967|