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🎸 Vic Dana - More Album

🎸 Vic Dana - More Album
  • Performer: Vic Dana
  • Title: More
  • Genre: Pop
  • Cat #: NO. 81
  • Label: Dolton Records
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1963
  • Style: Ballad
  • FLAC size 2963 mb
  • MP3 size: 2911 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM


1That's Why I'm Sorry
Written-By – Jan Crutchfield
Written-By – N. Olivieri, R. Ortolani


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NO. 81Vic Dana More ‎(7", Single, Promo)Dolton RecordsNO. 81US1963
LIB. 81Vic Dana More ‎(7", Single)LibertyLIB. 81New Zealand1963


  • Arranged By, ConductorErnie Freeman
  • ProducerBob Reisdorff



Title song from the Dolton album More 1963. Vic Dana. UMG от лица компании EMI BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Sunflower Entertainment Co. Inc Publishing, AtlasMusicPub и другие авторские общества 2. Samuel Mendola born August 26, 1942, Buffalo, New York, known professionally as Vic Dana, is an American dancer and singer. Discovered by Sammy Davis Jr. Dana was an excellent dancer, particularly in tap, and was encouraged by Davis to move to Los Angeles to further his career. With the decline of dancing as a form of entertainment, Dana began a singing career. He is best known for his 1965 recording of the Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett song Red Roses for a Blue Lady that was a Billboard Top Ten. Текст песни: More than the greatest love the world has known This is the love I give to you alone More than the simple words I try to say- I only live to love you more each Vic Dana. The Complete Hits of Vic Dana. Vic Dana Sings Little Alter Boy and Other Christmas Songs. Greatest Hits. You May Also Like. Somewhere My Love Love Theme from Dr. Zhivago And Other Great Hits. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and . More, 2014. More, 02:21. Distant Drums, 03:06. Boston More Than a Feeling. Любимый город. Bon Jovi It's My Life. Listen free to Vic Dana More Red Roses For A Blue Lady, Shangri-La and more. 18 tracks 47:10. Vic Dana charted a long string of mostly moderate and minor hit singles in the '60s, but never achieved the name recognition of such likeminded contemporaries as Bobby Vinton or even Jack Jones. Dana's biggest hit and only Top Ten entry was one of three hit versions of Red Roses for a Blue Lady in 1965, and, in general, his hits were covers of songs that are strongly associated with other artists. Dana may not have forged a unique musical identity, but his recordings bridged the gap between teen idol pop and adult contemporary, making him the sort of sturdy and versatile. Sign-up for news alerts for this artist. Sign-up for news alerts new releases, live shows and more for this artist: I want the Amoeba Newsletter too. Sort By: Release Date Label Album Title Price High to Low Price Low to High

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