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Steve Lawrence

As a solo artist and in a duo with his wife Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence enjoyed a successful singing career that stretched well past half a century. He placed hits in the best-seller charts for over 25 years and used that as the basis for becoming a nightclub and concert headliner. Starting out in the post-swing, pre-rock & roll era of the early '50s, he maintained his support for traditional pop, which found him bucking popular musical trends for much of his career. But in his maturity he could claim to be the handpicked successor to Frank Sinatra as the music's standard-bearer. Along the way, he also found time to write songs, act in films, star in Broadway musicals, and produce Emmy-winning television specials as well as hosting a few TV series.

Lawrence was born Sidney Liebowitz in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn on July 8, 1935. His father, Max Liebowitz, a house painter, was also a cantor, and Lawrence first demonstrated his talent for singing at synagogue as a child. When he reached puberty and his voice changed, he gave up singing for a few years, but during that time he studied music, learning to play piano and saxophone. He also started writing and arranging songs. He went back to singing in high school and took lessons. He began going into Manhattan to haunt the song publishing companies located in the Brill Building, and he was soon being hired to sing on demonstration records. Taking the first names of two nephews, he changed his name to Steve Lawrence and successfully tried out for the amateur television series Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts in 1951, winning the show's first prize. He was still only 16 years old when Dewey Bergman of King Records, hearing one of his demos, decided to sign him to a record contract in April 1952. King released eight Steve Lawrence singles over the next two years, and the second of them, a revival of the 1944 hit "Poinciana," reached the charts in June 1952. King also released his first album, Steve Lawrence, in 1953. In July of that year, he was hired to sing on a local television talk show, Tonight!, hosted by Steve Allen. Lawrence was still a regular on the show on September 27, 1954, when it moved to national broadcast five nights a week in the 11:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. slot on NBC, giving him much broader exposure. By then, he had moved from King to Coral Records, a subsidiary of the major label Decca Records. He had also begun to work with another singer on Tonight!, Eydie Gorme (aka Gormé). In fact, his second single for Coral, released in 1954, was the first of many duo efforts with Gorme, a disc featuring Bob Merrill's "Make Yourself Comfortable" on one side and Moose Charlap and Carolyn Leigh's "I've Gotta Crow" from the musical Peter Pan on the other.

Lawrence continued to appear on Tonight! in 1955 and 1956 while also continuing to make solo records and duets with Gorme. Coral released his second LP, About That Girl, in 1955 and his third, Songs by Steve Lawrence, in 1956. But he didn't get any chart action until he covered "The Banana Boat Song" on the heels of Harry Belafonte's version in late 1956. The Belafonte original rose into the Top Five in early 1957; Lawrence's made a respectable showing in the Top 20. He quickly went the cover route again, cutting a version of the Buddy Knox record "Party Doll." Knox topped the charts in March 1957; Lawrence got into the Top Five. These hits established him as a name for disc jockeys to remember, and though he did not repeat his success, he managed to place two more singles in the charts over the course of the year, and he branched out from Tonight! to other TV appearances, singing on the General Motors Fiftieth Anniversary Show on November 17, 1957, which was recorded for an LP on RCA Victor.

Steve Allen had left Tonight! in January 1957 to concentrate on his prime-time program, The Steve Allen Show. (Tonight!, of course, went on to become The Tonight Show with successive hosts Jack Paar, Johnny Carson, and Jay Leno.) Lawrence and Gorme had also moved on. They married on December 29, 1957, in Las Vegas. Lawrence continued to place singles in the lower reaches of the charts, and in June 1958 his fourth album, Here's Steve Lawrence, also got into the charts, making the Top 20. He and Gorme were hired to host the summer replacement show for Allen, and for eight weeks in July and August, Steve Allen Presents the Steve Lawrence-Eydie Gorme Show ran on NBC on Sunday nights from eight to nine.

In the fall of 1958, at the age of 23, Lawrence was drafted into the Army for two years. He was stationed at Fort Myer, Virginia, and became the singer in the Army Band-Orchestra. The Army had no objection to his continuing to record while serving, and after issuing a final single and his fifth LP, All About Love, on Coral, he switched to ABC-Paramount Records in early 1959. His third single for the new company, "Pretty Blue Eyes," became his second Top Ten hit at the end of 1959, and its follow-up, "Footsteps," co-written by Brill Building regular Barry Mann and Hank Hunter, became his third in April 1960. ABC-Paramount promptly issued his sixth LP, Swing Softly with Me.

With the completion of his military obligation Lawrence returned to Gorme, and the couple formally launched their performing career as a duo by making club appearances together. They also recorded and released their first full-length duet LP, We Got Us, for ABC-Paramount. (They always made sure to be on the same record label.) The title track won them the 1960 Grammy Award for Best Performance by a Vocal Group. Also in 1960, ABC-Paramount issued a second LP by "Steve and Eydie," as they were often billed, Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence Sing the Golden Hits, which, despite its title, was not a compilation; the two were singing "golden hits" originally recorded by others. But their commitment to the label was finished, and they signed to United Artists Records before the end of the year. (The result of all this constant label switching, from King to Coral to ABC-Paramount to United Artists, with more to come, is that a dizzying number of Lawrence and Steve and Eydie compilation albums clutter the discography.)

United Artists released a couple of Lawrence LPs, The Steve Lawrence Sound and Lawrence Goes Latin, still in 1960, as well as a couple of singles. But it was Lawrence's third solo 45 for UA, "Portrait of My Love," that finally took off for him in the winter of 1961 and became his fourth Top Ten hit in May. It also earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male. In August, his Portrait of My Love LP became his second to reach the charts. Meanwhile, the single's follow-up, "My Claire de Lune," while not making much of an impression on the Hot 100, was Lawrence's first of what would ultimately be 30 recordings to reach Billboard's newly created Easy Listening chart, where it hit number 13.

Lawrence understandably jumped at the opportunity to sign his wife and himself to the prestigious Columbia Records in 1962, even though it marked his fifth label affiliation in ten years. His first couple of Columbia singles were disappointing, but the third, Brill Building songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King's "Go Away Little Girl," was a smash, reaching number one in January 1963 and going gold. That launched Lawrence's most successful year as a recording artist. The following month, Winners! became his third chart LP (in Cash Box magazine, it was ranked in the Top Ten, though Billboard only awarded it a peak at number 27). "Don't Be Afraid, Little Darlin'" (written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil), the follow-up to "Go Away Little Girl," was a Top 40 hit, as was Lawrence's next single, Goffin and King's "Poor Little Rich Girl." Then, Steve and Eydie hit the Top 40 with Goffin and King's "I Want to Stay Here." "Walking Proud," another Goffin-King song, was another Top 40 solo hit for Lawrence, and still another one, "I Can't Stop Talking About You," performed by Steve and Eydie, was in the charts in December, peaking in the Top 40 on February 8, 1964. The next day, the Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show.

The British Invasion led by the Beatles would marginalize performers like Lawrence in the charts, of course, but by the time the invasion began, he was already moving on to another phase in his career. He was in rehearsals to star in his first Broadway musical, What Makes Sammy Run?, based on the scathing novel about Hollywood written by Budd Schulberg, with songs by Ervin Drake. The show opened on February 27, 1964, to an enthusiastic response. The cast album reached number 28 in the Billboard chart, and Lawrence won the Drama Critics Circle Award for his performance, also earning a Tony nomination. While giving eight performances a week in the show, he did not slow down as a record-maker. His Academy Award Losers LP, arranged and conducted by Billy May, had come out and briefly made the charts before the musical opened in February 1964. The Top 40 was now out of the question for him, but he did manage to place two singles, "Everybody Knows" and "Yet...I Know (Et Pourtant)," in the Hot 100, as well as an Everybody Knows LP in the album chart. There was also a Steve and Eydie Christmas album, That Holiday Feeling, and an acting role in the TV movie Carol for Another Christmas in December.

Maybe it was all too much. In May 1965, Schulberg and the producers of What Makes Sammy Run? publicly criticized Lawrence for having missed 21 performances of the show since Christmas. He publicly shot back that he had been sick and that he had taken some of his absences without pay. The show closed June 12, 1965, after 540 performances. Typically, however, Lawrence was ready to move on, signing to CBS-TV for his own variety series. The Steve Lawrence Show premiered on Monday night, September 13, 1965, at ten o'clock. It lasted only until December, but there was also an album called The Steve Lawrence Show that made the charts.

Lawrence and Gorme continued to record for Columbia with diminishing commercial results, and to perform live and on television in 1966 and 1967. In late 1967, they began working on a Broadway musical that would star both of them, Golden Rainbow. The show was based on Arnold Schulman's play A Hole in the Head, which previously had been adapted into a film starring Frank Sinatra. The songs were by Walter Marks, and they included the anthemic "I've Gotta Be Me," which Lawrence recorded for a single that reached the Top Ten of the Easy Listening chart in December. (The record did not chart on the Hot 100, and a year later, Sammy Davis, Jr. would cover the song for a Top 20 pop hit, so that it came to be associated with him instead of Lawrence.) By now, Lawrence and Gorme were recording for CBS Records' newly formed Calendar subsidiary as well as Columbia.

Golden Rainbow opened on February 4, 1968, for a run of 385 performances, concluding on January 12, 1969. The original Broadway cast album was released on Calendar, for which Lawrence and Gorme also made singles in 1968, but by the end of the year they had switched to RCA Victor Records. In 1969, RCA released their last two chart LPs, a concept album (or "original albumusical," as it was billed) composed by Gordon Jenkins and called What It Was, Was Love and Real True Lovin'. There were more RCA singles and albums through 1971, when the couple moved to MGM Records. More modest-selling LPs and singles followed through 1973, including Steve and Eydie's last Hot 100 single, "We Can Make It Together," in September 1972, on which they were joined by the Osmonds. Singles deals produced releases on 20th Century, United Artists, and Warner Bros. through the end of the decade, and in 1979, they even adopted a pseudonym, Parker & Penny, to score an entry on the Adult Contemporary chart with "Hallelujah."

But if they had gone cold as a recording act, Lawrence and Gorme remained headliners on the nightclub circuit and TV stars. Thanksgiving 1975 brought the television broadcast of Our Love Is Here to Stay, their tribute to George Gershwin, the soundtrack to which was released as a two-LP set. Steve and Eydie Celebrate Irving Berlin, broadcast on August 22, 1978, won multiple Emmy Awards, including one for Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Program (Special or Series) that went to Lawrence as the show's co-executive producer and co-star. In 1981, Lawrence briefly returned to the record racks with Take It on Home, his first solo LP in eight years, on the tiny Applause Records label. But he spent more of his time in the '80s branching out from singing into film acting (The Blues Brothers [1980], The Lonely Guy [1984]) and television work, notably his co-hosting with Don Rickles of the 1984 series Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders. In 1989, he launched the GL Music label with a new Steve and Eydie album, Alone Together, and over the years began to reissue the couple's old albums on CD. (They can be ordered at

Lawrence and Gorme opened for Frank Sinatra on his Diamond Jubilee tour of 1990-1991, marking Sinatra's 75th birthday. It cemented Lawrence's warm relationship with Sinatra, who gave Lawrence his book of arrangements upon his retirement. Lawrence used the charts to record Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra: A Musical Tribute to the Man and His Music, which GL Music released in January 2003. The album was produced by Lawrence and Gorme's son, film composer David Lawrence. (Their younger son, Michael, had died in 1986 at 23.) By then settled in Las Vegas and accepting fewer engagements, Lawrence and Gorme nevertheless booked a series of performances in 2003 to promote the album, and their One More for the Road tour continued into 2004. In 2005, the Varèse Sarabande label found three unreleased tracks from the early years, collected his early hits, and released the collection All My Love Belongs to You. Eydie Gorme died in Las Vegas in August 2013 at the age of 84. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography


Track List: Portrait Of My Love

1. Portrait Of My Love

2. The Second Time Around

3. For You

4. When She Leaves You

5. I've Grown Accustomed To Your Face

6. There'll Never Be Another You

7. When You're In Love

8. Don't Take Your Love From Me

9. I'm Glad There Is You

10. More Than You Know

11. Don't Blame Me

12. Exactly Like You


Track List: Collectibles

Disc 1

1. Welcome To Paradise

2. The Man I Could Have Been

3. I Won't Break

4. All Or Nothing At All

5. New York, New York

6. One Word

7. You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You

8. There'll Be Some Changes Made

9. The Second Time Around

10. Speak Low

11. The Lamp Is Low

12. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place

13. I'm Glad There Is You

14. More Than You Know

15. We're All Alone

Disc 2

1. She's Out Of My Life

2. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

3. I Take It On Home

4. You Had To Be There

5. I Still Believe In Love

6. Maybe This Time

7. Don't Take Your Love From Me

8. You're Everything Wonderful

9. I Stand Alone

10. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

11. For You

12. Let There Be Love

13. I'm Old Fashioned

14. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

15. Portrait Of My Love


Track List: The Essential Collection

1. All Or Nothing At All

2. You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You

3. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

4. I Hadn't Anyone Til You

5. So In Love

6. I'm Glad There Is You

7. We're All Alone

8. I Still Believe In Love

9. You Had To Be There

10. I Take It On Home

11. New York New York

12. She's Out Of My Life


Track List: Going Solo With Steve Lawrence

1. (The Bad Donkey) Pum-Pa-Lum

2. Fabulous

3. Footsteps

4. Fraulein

5. Go Away Little Girl

7. (I Don't Care) Only Love Me

8. I Gotta Be Me

9. In Time

10. Many A Time

11. More

12. My Claire De Lune

13. Party Doll

14. Portrait Of My Love

15. A Room Without Windows

20. Uh-Huh Oh Yeah


Track List: Lawrence Goes Latin

1. It's All Right With Me

2. Shall We Dance

3. Just In Time

4. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered

5. Small World

6. Too Close For Comfort

7. People Will Say We're In Love

8. Everything's Coming Up Roses

9. The Sound Of Music

10. Out Of This World

11. Tonight

12. Hello Young Lovers


Track List: The Steve Lawrence Sound

1. Begin The Beguine

2. Someday

3. Let's Face The Music And Dance

4. Mademoiselle

5. Temptation

6. Frenesi

7. Night And Day

8. All The Things You Are

9. Make Believe

10. You Only You

11. What Is This Thing Called Love

12. The Song Is You


Track List: Maybe This Time

1. Maybe This Time

2. I Still Believe In Love

3. We're All Alone

4. She's Out Of My Life

5. New York, New York

6. Welcome To Paradise

7. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

8. One Word

9. I Take It On Home

10. I Won't Break

11. You Had To Be There


Track List: When You Come Back To Me

1. When You Come Back To Me Again

2. Our Day Will Come

3. Dream A Little Dream Of Me

4. I Was A Fool To Let You Go

5. That Sunday, That Summer

6. Vanity

7. Can You Feel The Love Tonight

8. The Hungry Years

9. Solitaire

10. Tell Her About It


Track List: Come Waltz With Me

1. Come Waltz With Me

2. Remember

3. Girl Of My Dreams

4. Eternally

5. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie

6. I'll Always Be In Love With You

7. Let Me Call You Sweetheart

8. Fascination

9. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now

10. The Endless Night (Greensleeves)

11. Till We Meet Again

12. I'll Never Waltz Again Without You


Track List: Here's Steve Lawrence

1. Come Rain Or Come Shine

2. Like Someone In Love

3. My Romance

4. Fraulein

5. Sunny Side Up

6. This Heart Of Mine

7. Makin' Whoopee

8. Then I'll Be Tired Of You

9. If I Had You

10. Put 'Em In A Box, Tie 'Em With A Ribbon


Track List: The Best Of...

1. This Could Be the Start of Something Big (feat. Edie Gorme)

2. That Holiday Feeling (feat. Edie Gorme)

3. Night and Day

4. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow (feat. Edie Gorme)

5. Together Wherever We Go (feat. Edie Gorme)

6. Without You I'm Nothing (feat. Edie Gorme)

7. I Want to Stay Here

8. Isn't It a Pity

9. Footsteps

10. Go Away Little Girl

11. Pretty Blue Eyes

12. The Banana Boat Song

13. Can't Wait for Summer

14. (The Bad Donkey) Pum-Pa-Lum

15. Fraulein

16. (I Don't Care) Only Love Me

17. Fabulous

18. Uh-Huh Oh Yeah

19. Many a Time

20. Blame It on the Bossa Nova (feat. Edie Gorme)

21. In Time

22. My Claire De Lune

23. 'Now That We're in Love

24. Party Doll

25. Portrait of My Love

26. Sleigh Ride (feat. Edie Gorme)

27. Where or When (feat. Edie Gorme & Frank Sinatra)


Track List: My Way (Digitally Remastered)

1. My Way

2. Sittin' On The Fence Of Life

3. Rain In My Heart

4. Sunday Father

5. The Man I Could Have Been

6. Life's A Gamble

7. I Stand Alone

8. One Word

9. A World Without Love

10. Pickin' Up The Pieces


Track List: What Makes Sammy Run?

6. My Home Town

16. Some Days Everything Goes Wrong


Track List: Welcome To Paradise

1. She's Out Of My Life

2. We're All Alone

3. Maybe This Time

4. Welcome To Paradise

5. I Still Believe In Love

6. One Word

7. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

8. I Won't Break

9. You Had To Be There

10. I Take It On Home


Track List: All My Love Belongs To You

1. Poinciana

2. Never Leave Me

3. King For A Day

4. Mine And Mine Alone

5. With Every Breath I Take

6. I Need

7. How Many Stars Have To Shine

8. Tango Of Roses (Love Me)

14. Sudden Fear

17. Tomorrow


Track List: Winners! / On A Clear Day

1. Cotton Fields

2. Misty

3. Around The World

4. Who's Sorry Now

5. It's Not For Me To Say

6. Kansas City

7. Go Away Little Girl

8. All The Way

9. Moon River

10. Teach Me Tonight

11. Lollipops And Roses

12. Volare


Track List: Love Songs From The Movies

2. Long Ago And Far Away

3. The Second Time Around

7. My Foolish Heart

8. Happy

9. Don't Blame Me

10. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face

11. Now That We're In Love

13. All The Way

14. Eternally


Track List: Greatest 20th Century Songs

1. New York, New York

2. She's Out Of My Life

3. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

4. You Had To Be There

5. I Won't Break

6. Life's A Gamble

7. I Stand Alone

8. One Work

9. World Without Love

10. Pickin' Up The Pieces

11. Sittin' On The Fence Of Life

12. Sunday Father

13. The Man I Could Have Been


Track List: Take It On Home

1. New York

2. She's Out Of My Life

3. I'd Rather Leave While I'm In Love

4. You Had To Be There

5. I Won't Break

6. I Take It On Home

7. I Still Believe In Love

8. We're All Alone

9. One Word

10. Maybe This Time

11. Welcome To Paradise


Track List: Swing Softly With Me (Featuring Bonus Tracks)

1. There'll Be Some Changes Made

2. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else

3. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You

4. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

5. I'm Old Fashioned

6. Let There Be Love

7. So In Love

8. Speak Low

9. You're Everything Wonderful

10. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place

11. All Or Nothing At All

12. Day In Day Out

13. You Made Me Love You

14. I've Got You Under My Skin

15. Easy To Love

16. Music, Maestro Please!

17. Walkin' My Baby Back Home

18. Lazy River

19. Where Or When

20. The More I See You

21. I Only Have Eyes For You

22. They Didn't Believe Me


Track List: Swing Softly With Me

1. There'll Be Some Changes Made

2. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else

3. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You

4. I Hadn't Anyone Till You

5. I'm Old Fashioned

6. Let There Be Love

7. So In Love

8. The Lamp Is Low

9. Speak Low

10. You're Everything Wonderful

11. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place

12. All Or Nothing At All


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First class talent.
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Saw all Steve & Eydie's shows at Westbury Music Fair
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How I miss Eydie Gorme
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Correction to comment (infra)
Steve Lawrence has a great style, however this song was made famous, and has remained a favorite by the millions of fans faithfully dedicated to the one, and only Johnny Mathis!!!!
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I still prefer the recording artist who made this song the popular song it vcć
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reminds me of my childhood mom and dad always listed I can smell dinner and Christmas cookies in the oven
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steve Lawrence
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I would love to see Steve on tour or performing in Vegas a couple nights a week! I'd fly in from Chicago to see him! Greatest vocal!
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mel torme?
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I was so pleased to see that someone else thinks Steve's recording of I Dreamed a Dream is great. I have been a huge fan since the Tonight! show back in the '50s, and had the opportunity to see Steve and Eydie at the Valley Forge Music Fair. None better, now that Frank has left us.
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Steve & Eydie are simply the greatest performers who have been blessed with clearly the most beautiful sounds I have enjoyed for most of my life! They are truly icons in the world of pop music....
Love you both
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Best Pipes in the business. His version of I Dreamed a Dream is great, and would like it on Pandora.
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A real performer, I Happened to see a LiveTonight with Steve Allen.. it was great and he was wonderful. I miss him and Edye. Pandora brings tears to my old Eyes. Thank you for your work
bringing back these memories ....
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sounds like sinatra.
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Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme are among my favorite singers of all time. I saw them at the Sunrise Musical theater in Sunrise, FL. They put on a fabulous show. Eydie Gorme had a vocal range that was astonishing. I miss hearing such wonderful voices!
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Under-rated but a gifted performer
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love this station beautiful music to enjoy
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felixandlett y
It was in Las Vegas when my wife and myself saw and heard Steve Lawrence together with his lovely wifeGome. That particular day will never be forgotten for the rest of our lives. They are wonderful great artist and performer. We even bought a C.D. as a remembrance for that particular evening. Felix Albano,M.D.
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Steve was one of my favorite singers back in the 60's with Monroe, Mercer, Darin, Sinatra, Cole, Jack Jones, and especially Englebert.
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His singing voice caught my attention in spite of my preference for rock&roll as a teenager.Rea l l y smooth singer!
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So smooth...jus t love he and Eydie together, too!
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one of the BEST!!!!!
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joan.sellmyh o m e
Wonderful performer. kinda sounds like Ole Blue Eyes.
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Just sit by the fire and sip pepermint schnapps, Shhhhh!
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"Tonight I Say a Prayer" by Eydie Gorme is a great is "Portrait of My Love" and "Go Away Little Girl" by Steve.
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Steve Lawrence is one of the all time great singers.I got to meet him back in the 50's when he was just getting started. What a guy!!!
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I always enjoyed his guest appearances on the Carol Burnett Show. He was also pretty good on The Nanny, but I enjoyed the way Carol would take people out of their element, so we could laugh with them..
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Steve Lawrence is better than ever! What a gorgeous man! If you can get his concert "An Evening With Steve Lawrence" be prepared to melt.
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Have you ever heard him sing "girl from Ipanema"? It is on an old record called Golden Encore with other Columbia artists in the 1960's..grea t record ..wish I could get it on CD.
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"Portrait of My Love" by Steve Lawrence is as good a love song as was ever recorded! Elvis loved well as many sapient romantic song listeners! Sinatra never had a better recording than that. Just a beautiful Classic love song done so wonderfully by Steve Lawrence!
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Steve Lawrence's version of the song "More", the Nelson Riddle arrangement, is my fiance and I's, favorite version. It's on the "Sings Of Love And Sad Young Men/ Portrait Of Steve" double album CD. I wish Pandora would add that CD to their library. We've had the pleasure of seeing Steve and Eydie in concert twice, and Steve in concert alone, once. When he sings "More", the whole place lights up and he gets a huge response from the audience. We'll see them again anytime. Total legends. A Must See
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pretty blue eyes was and still is my group of song
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Steve's rendition of Your the Best Thing That EVer Happened To Me got quite a bit of airplay in the summer of 1973 and I think was better that Gladys Knights, whom I adore. That song got me listening and enjoying Steve and Eddie more, I was 19. I wish I had a recording of it.

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