CD Very Best of Billy Vaughn (CD 1236427),
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Very Best of Billy Vaughn

  • 1. Swinging Safari
    2. Isle of Capri
    3. Wheels
    4. Sail Along Silvery Moon
    5. Paloma
    6. Come September
    7. Petite Fleur
    8. In the Mood
    9. Unter Dem Doppeladler
    10. Auf Wiedersehn
    11. Morgen
    12. Zwei Gitarren Am Meer
    13. Lili Marleen
    14. Blue Hawaii
    15. Aloha-Oe
    16. Hawaiian War Chant
    17. You're My Baby Doll
    18. Twilight Time
    19. Red Sails in the Sunset
    20. Blueberry Hill
    21. Tumbling Tumbleweeds
    22. Raunchy
    23. Everybody's Twisting Down
    24. Orange Blossom Special
    25. Guitar Boogie
    26. Your Cheating Heart
    27. Moon Over Naples (Spanish
    28. Berlin Melody
    29. Moonlight and Roses
    30. Mexican Rose
    31. Happy Cowboy
    32. Tennessee Waltz
    33. Wooden Heart
    34. Sukiyaki
    35. Midnight in Moscow
    36. Eine Nacht in Monte Carlo
    37. Chianti Lied
    38. You Belong to My Heart
    39. Cimarron
    40. Tico Tico
    41. Blue Tango
    42. My Happiness
    43. Blue Tomorrow
    44. Singing Hills
    45. Look For a Star
    46. Melody of Love
    47. Moritat (Theme From the T
    48. When the White Lilacs Blo
    49. Glow Worm March
    50. Michelle
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): RR4630

  • Credits

    This collection of tracks by pop singer, Billy Vaughn, features such trademark songs as "La Paloma", "Lili Marleen", and "Blue Hawaii".
    Studio orchestra leader Billy Vaughn may have been even more popular in Germany in the 1950s and '60s than he was in the U.S., which helps explain why the most comprehensive compilation of his work originates there. This two-CD, 50-track album of original Dot Records recordings contains 20 of Vaughn's 28 Billboard Hot 100 chart entries, including the major U.S. hits "Melody of Love," "The Shifting Whispering Sands," "Sail Along Silvery Moon" and "Raunchy." Then there are songs that topped the German charts, like "Wheels" and "La Paloma." The set has a definite German tilt, with such titles as "Zwei Gitarren Am Meer and "Unter Dem Doppeladler" on the song list (both of which made the German Top 20), but it also gives a broad sense of Vaughn's arranging and performing skills on pop standards of the era. ~ William Ruhlmann

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