Vic Damone On the Street Where You Live / The Liveliest
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- Released: October 20, 2003
- Label: EMI Gold Imports
- 1.On The Street Where You Live
- 2.I Am In Love
- 3.Younger The Springtime
- 5.I Could Write A Book
- 6.Till There Was You
- 8.Sound Of Music
- 9.Something's Coming
- 10.Lost In The Stars
- 11.She Loves Me
- 12.You & The Night & The Music
- 13.When Your Lover Has Gone
- 14.What Kind Of Fool Am I?
- 15.At Long Last Love
- 16.Fascinating Rhythm
- 17.They Can't Take That Away From Me
- 18.Most Beautiful Girl In The World
- 20.I Left My Heart In San Francisco
- 21.Lot A Livin' To Do
- 22.You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You
- 23.On The Street Where You Live
Recording information: Basin Street East.
Photographer: Ken Veeder.
While Vic Damone was always a pleasant and talented singer, he wasn't particularly hip or jazz-influenced in the way Frank Sinatra was. That said, he always surrounded himself with excellent musicians and swinging arrangements that made the best of his abilities. EMI's two-fer On The Street Where You Live/The Liveliest combines two of Damone's best albums. On The Street Where You Live is a well-produced, mid-'60s date centered around the popular title track, with Damone's relaxed and clear-toned voice framed nicely by punchy horns, lush strings, and a swinging rhythm section. Similarly, The Liveliest is a stellar live club date from '63 at Basin Street East in New York City. Starting coolly with a dramatic version of "You and the Night and the Music," Damone really shines on the Scott Walker-esque ballad "What Kind of Fool Am I?" ~ Matt Collar
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