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Live - Treasures from His Personal Collection


Download links and information about Live - Treasures from His Personal Collection by Andy Williams. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 01:29:52 minutes.

Artist: Andy Williams
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 31
Duration: 01:29:52
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No. Title Length
1. Call Me (Live) 2:20
2. Can't Take My Eyes Off of You (Live) 3:06
3. The Way You Look Tonight (Live) 4:06
4. The Summer Wind (Live) 2:40
5. Alfie (Live) 2:47
6. Corcovado (Live) 2:52
7. I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Live) 2:50
8. Spanish Harlem (Live) 2:47
9. Moon River (Live) 3:11
10. If Ever I Would Leave You (Live) 3:50
11. Emily (Live) 2:46
12. Days of Wine and Roses (Live) 2:44
13. On the Street Where You Live (Live) 3:13
14. Dear Heart (Live) 2:41
15. Somewhere (Live) 2:39
16. Charade (Live) 2:10
17. Dreamsville (Live) 2:25
18. Do Nothing 'Till You Hear from Me (Live) 3:30
19. Yesterday (Live) 2:50
20. More Than You Know (Live) 3:01
21. Meditation (Live) 2:46
22. What the World Needs Now (Live) 2:49
23. Danny Boy (Live) 3:22
24. Try to Remember (Live) 2:54
25. Can't Help Falling In Love (Live) 2:02
26. God Only Knows (Live) 2:37
27. The Shadow of Your Smile (Live) 2:59
28. Autumn (Live) 3:44
29. I'll Remember You (Live) 2:34
30. Almost There (Live) 3:07
31. Who Can I Turn To? (Live) 2:30



Andy Williams Live: Treasures From His Personal Collection recaptures 31 great songs from the vocalist's repertoire and the best of his live performances. The ambience of Williams' gleaming, beautiful tones is heard on such priceless favorites as "Moon River," a big-band version of the Henry Mancini-Johnny Mercer composition "Charade," "The Way You Look Tonight," "Alfie," "If Ever I Would Leave You," and one of Antonio Carlos Jobim's prettiest songs, "Corcovado." Williams projects with power and emotion against remarkable string arrangements, phrases lyrics with beauty and grace, and enamors you with his soft and serene musical tapestries. You only have to listen to his interpretation of the Bernstein/Sondheim gem "Somewhere" and to the way he sustains the notes on "Who Can I Turn To" to understand why Williams' voice is an authentic American treasure.