The Hungry Years - Andy Williams - The Other Side Of Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ The Hungry Years - Andy Williams - The Other Side Of Me (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Fenrilar says:
    Notes: *A: this album was re-released as a HD remaster in Album reissues. Many of the albums that Williams recorded were originally available in the vinyl LP, 8-track tape, Reel-to-reel, and audio cassette formats but were later reissued on compact panklitumbbanexmarophedafverssincren.coinfo close to 80 minutes of space available on each disc, it was possible to combine two albums on one CD, and most Williams albums have.
  2. Mazuk says:
    Here we stand just me and you with everything and nothing too It wasn't worth the price we had to pay Honey take me home Let's go back to yesterday I miss the Hungry Years the once upon a time the lovely long ago we didn't have a dime those days of me and you, we lost along the way how could I be so blind not to see the door.
  3. Tugor says:
    Andy's voice was either multi-tracked or mixed badly in The Other Side Of Me. The arrangements sounded dated too especially in The Hungry Years, the song I bought the CD for. In contrast, You Lay So Easy On My Mind sounded like a fresh country album which could have been recorded yesterday.
  4. Vudorisar says:
    The Hungry Years by Andy Williams was written by Howard Greenfield and Neil Sedaka and was first recorded and released by Neil Sedaka in Andy Williams released it on the album The Other Side of Me in It was covered by Perry Wood, Ron Libby, Eve Graham.
  5. Moogurg says:
    Artist: Song Title: Year: Chart Entries: 1: Andy Williams: Butterfly: UK 1 - Apr (16 weeks), US Billboard 1 - Feb (20 weeks), Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 1 week - May , Record Mirror 1 for 5 weeks - May , Canada 20 - May (3 .
  6. Dijind says:
    This discount-priced compilation combines two Andy Williams albums released originally in succession in and , a period when Williams' career as a front-line recording artist was coming to a close. For You Lay So Easy on My Mind, he traveled to Nashville and tried his hand at recording in a countrypolitan style with producer Billy Sherrill/5(8).
  7. Voodoolar says:
    Andy Williams lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Moon River", "Speak Softly Love", "Speak Softly Love (Love Theme From 'the Godfather')".
  8. Kehn says:
    15 hours ago · 50 years ago next month, Black Sabbath’s breakthrough sophomore album Paranoid was released, becoming a key building block in the transition from “hard rock” to “heavy metal.” On October 9, the Birmingham band’s dark and innovative album will return to vinyl in a 50th anniversary 5-LP Super Deluxe Edition from Rhino featuring the vinyl debut of two concerts.

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