Bobby Vinton - Melodies of Love mp3 downloadPerformer: Bobby Vinton
Title: Melodies of Love
Style: Traditional Pop,Vocal Pop
Size MP3 version: 1290 mb
Size FLAC version: 1269 mb
Size WMA version: 1990 mb
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Bobby Vinton - Melodies of Love mp3 download
Melodies of Love is Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth studio album and his first studio album for ABC Records. It was released in 1974. The album was released in response to popular demand, following Vinton's million-selling single "My Melody of Love", his first single in two years, which proved a successful comeback and earned Vinton the nickname "the Polish Prince"
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BPM Profile Melodies of Love. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at BPM (-82), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bobby Vinton.
Album by Bobby Vinton. I Honestly Love You. You'll Never Know. Never Ending Song of Love. Am I Losing You. The Most Beautiful Girl. I'll Be Loving You. Here in My Heart. MusicBrainz: Melodies Of Love.
Melodies of Love is Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth studio album and his first studio album for ABC Records. The Billboard 200. 16. This album was re-released through Pickwick Records as SPC 3553 Melodies of love. Singles - Billboard (North America).
The Love Album is a two-LP collection of previously recorded songs by Vinton, released in 1971 by Epic Records. This collection contains songs that are all about the subject of love. Only four singles are featured on this collection: "No Arms Can Ever Hold You", "Please Love Me Forever", "There! I've Said It Again" and "My Heart Belongs to Only You". I've Said It Again", "Too Young" and "Unchained Melody" arranged and conducted by Stan Applebaum. The Love Album may refer to: The Love Album (John Hartford album), 1968. The Love Album (Bobby Vinton album), 1971 compilation album. The Love Album (Shirley Bassey album), 1990 compilation album. The Love Album (Doris Day album), 1994. The Love Album (Westlife album), 2006. The Love Tour, a 2007 tour by Westlife in support of the album.
Released November 1974 Genre Pop Label ABC Melodies of Love was Bobby Vinton's twenty-fifth studio album and his first studio album for ABC Records. The album was released on popular demand, following Vinton's million-selling single "My Melody of Love" (his first single in two years, which proved a successful comeback and earned Vinton the nickname "the Polish Prince")
|1||My Melody of Love Henry Mayer / Bobby Vinton||Bobby Vinton||3:08|
|2||I Honestly Love You Peter Allen / Jeff Barry||Bobby Vinton||3:25|
|3||You'll Never Know Mack Gordon / Harry Warren||Bobby Vinton||2:40|
|4||Dick and Jane||Bobby Vinton||3:15|
|5||Never Ending Song of Love Delaney Bramlett||Bobby Vinton||2:57|
|6||Am I Losing You A. Testa / Bobby Vinton||Bobby Vinton||3:00|
|7||The Most Beautiful Girl Rory Michael Bourke / Billy Sherrill / Norris "Norro" Wilson||Bobby Vinton||2:27|
|8||My Gypsy Love Bobby Vinton||Bobby Vinton||3:12|
|9||I'll Be Loving You Gene Allan / Bobby Vinton||Bobby Vinton||2:46|
|10||Here in My Heart Bill Borelli / Pat Genaro / Lou Levinson||Bobby Vinton||2:43|
|11||I Want to Spend My Life With You||Bobby Vinton||3:07|
CreditsGene Allan - Composer
Peter Allen - Composer
Jeff Barry - Composer
Bill Borelli - Composer
Rory Michael Bourke - Composer
Delaney Bramlett - Composer
Pat Genaro - Composer
Mack Gordon - Composer
Lou Levinson - Composer
Henry Mayer - Composer
Billy Sherrill - Composer
A. Testa - Composer
Bobby Vinton - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Harry Warren - Composer
Norris "Norro" Wilson - Composer