Bobby Vinton - Blue Velvet [Live On the Ed Sullivan Show] flac mp3
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Bobby Vinton (born April 16, 1935) is an American pop music singer of Polish ethnic background. In pop music circles, he became known as "The Polish Prince". His most popular song, "Blue Velvet", was a cover of the The Clovers' 1950s song that served as inspiration for a film of the same name, as . ore . Song. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Blue Velvet Album.
She wore blue velvet Bluer than velvet was the night Softer than satin was the light. Love was ours Ours a love I held tightly Feeling the rapture grow Like a flame burning brightly But when she left, gone was the glow of. Blue velvet But in my heart there'll always be Precious and warm, a memory. Through the years And I still can see blue velvet Through my tears. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings.
She wore blue velvet Bluer than velvet were her eyes Warmer than May her tender sighs Love was ours. Ours a love I held tightly Feeling the rapture grow Like a flame burning brightly But when she left, gone was the glow of. Blue velvet But in my heart there'll always be Precious and warm, a memory Through the years. And I still can see blue velvet Through my tears. She wore blue velvet But in my heart there'll always be Precious and warm, a memory Through the years.
A live version of "Blue Velvet" was featured on the 1962 concert album Tony Bennett at Carnegie Hall, with the selection being included on The Good Life, a 1963 EP release in the UK. Bennett dueted with . lang on a remake of "Blue Velvet" for his 2011 album Duets II, while Bennett's 2012 album Viva Duets featured Chart performance.
After the success of his song "Blue on Blue" ( in mid-1963), Vinton decided to record an album of "Blue" songs ("Blue Moon," "Blue Hawaii," "Am I Blue," etc). As he was picking up sheet music in Nashville, Vinton received a gift from publisher Al Gallico: a copy of "Blue Velvet," which in 1951 was the last major hit for Tony Bennett. The song fit very well with Vinton's project, as every song on the album had "Blue" in the title .
Vinton's sentimental balladeering and orchestral, middle-of-the-road arrangements were a throwback to a decade earlier, before. If Vinton is sometimes identified with a rock & roll audience, it's only because his music was bought by young listeners for a time, and because he still catches some airplay on oldies stations. What he sang was vocal pop, landing some of the biggest hits of the early '60s with "Roses Are Red (My Love)," "Blue on Blue," "There! I've Said It Again," "Mr. Lonely," and "Blue Velvet," the last of which has become his signature song in the wake of its notorious prominence in David Lynch's Blue Velvet. Blue Velvet (Performed live on The Ed Sullivan Show/1964).
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|1||Blue Velvet [Performed Live On the Ed Sullivan Show 1/19/64] Lee Morris||Bobby Vinton||1:09|
CreditsLee Morris - Composer
Bobby Vinton - Primary Artist