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Steve and Eydie Sing the Golden Hits


Download links and information about Steve and Eydie Sing the Golden Hits by Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gormé / Eydie Gorme. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 26:13 minutes.

Artist: Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gormé / Eydie Gorme
Release date: 1990
Genre: Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 26:13
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No. Title Length
1. I've Heard That Song Before 1:44
2. Green Eyes 2:44
3. Who Wouldn't Love You 2:51
4. Marie 1:38
5. (I'll Be with You In) Apple Blossom Time 2:38
6. Sentimental Journey 2:18
7. Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen 3:15
8. I Got a Gal in Kalamazoo 2:15
9. I Don't Want to Walk Without 3:29
10. I Hear a Rhapsody 3:21



Married couple and singing partners Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme launched their duo on records with two LPs released in 1960 by ABC-Paramount Records, We Got Us and Eydie and Steve Sing the Golden Hits; the albums are combined on this CD, albeit in reverse order of their initial appearance. We Got Us (tracks 13-23) finds Lawrence and Gorme hunting through then-recent film theme songs and among standards for some classic duets, and presenting their versions of them. Numbers like "Side by Side" are naturals, but anything requiring something in the way of characterization tends to be beyond vocalists who are most concerned with the sound of their voices, not the meaning of the lyrics. They do fine with "No Two People," a Frank Loesser composition from Hans Christian Andersen in which two lovers trip over themselves to express their sweet devotion. But the erotic undercurrent of Loesser's "Baby, It's Cold Outside" is not something they choose to express, and there's no bite to "I Remember It Well" from Gigi, in which Alan Jay Lerner's lyrics are supposed to express a gentle joisting between the old lovers. Lawrence and Gorme are much better on the songs from Golden Hits (tracks 1-12), which, by the way, are not their golden hits. This album was not a best-of, it was the two singers (separately and together) reviving a bunch of songs from the swing era. They had a natural affinity for these songs, since they could concentrate on the rhythms and act like band singers.