Thats What Friends Are For - Ray Conniff - Say You, Say Me
Label: CBS/Sony - 32DP 590 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening
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Ray Conniff - You`ll Never Know Lyrics. You'll never know just how much I miss you You'll never know just how much I care And if I tried, I still couldn't hide my love for you You.
You Make Me Feel So Young is an unusually brassy and bombastic outing for Ray bigband.conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo material is a hodgepodge of pop and jazz standards and a few film themes. Conniff graces the disc with one of his rare clavietta solos on "My Old Flame," while "An Affair to Remember" provides an uncharacteristic showcase for Ernie Hughes' piano. The mood varies from track to track, but practically all of 4/
On Friendly Persuasion, Ray Conniff, with the help of his orchestra and chorus, interprets a variety of songs with brassy arrangements that at times include trombone solos played by Conniff himself. Conniff experimented with new stereo setups on this album, and they are briefly addressed in his sleeve notes.6/
A Time for Us Lyrics: A time for us some day there'll be / When chains are torn by courage born of a love that's free / A time when dreams so long denied and flourish / As we unveil the love we.