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Tony Bennett

Tony Bennett's career has enjoyed three distinct phases, each of them very successful. In the early '50s, he scored a series of major hits that made him one of the most popular recording artists of the time. In the early '60s, he mounted a comeback as more of an adult-album seller. And from the mid-'80s on, he achieved renewed popularity with generations of listeners who hadn't been born when he first appeared. This, however, defines Bennett more in terms of marketing than music. He would probably say that he has remained largely constant to his goals of singing the best available songs the best way he knows how in each phase of his career. Popular taste may have caused his level of recognition to increase or decrease, but he continued to sing popular standards in a warm, husky tenor, varying his timing and phrasing with a jazz fan's sense of spontaneity to bring out the melodies and lyrics of the songs effectively. By the start of the 21st century, Bennett seemed like the last of a breed, but he remained as popular as ever.

Bennett grew up in the Astoria section of the borough of Queens in New York City under the name Anthony Dominick Benedetto. His father, a grocer, died when he was about ten after a lingering illness that had forced his mother to become a seamstress to support the family of five. By then, he was already starting to attract notice as a singer, performing beside Mayor Fiorello La Guardia at the opening of the Triborough Bridge in 1936. By his teens, Bennett had set his sights on becoming a professional singer. After briefly attending the High School of Industrial Arts (now known as the High School of Art and Design), where he gained training as a painter, he dropped out of school at 16 to earn money to help support his family, meanwhile also performing at amateur shows. Upon his 18th birthday in 1944, he was drafted into the Army, and he saw combat in Europe during World War II. Mustered out in 1946, he went back to trying to make it in music, and he attended the American Theater Wing on the GI Bill. By the end of the '40s, he had acquired a manager and was working regularly around New York. He got a break when Bob Hope saw him performing with Pearl Bailey in Greenwich Village and put him into his stage show, also suggesting a name change to Tony Bennett. In 1950, Columbia Records A&R director Mitch Miller heard his demonstration recording of "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and signed him to the label.

Bennett's first hit, "Because of You," topped the charts in September 1951, succeeded at number one by his cover of Hank Williams' "Cold, Cold Heart." Following another five chart entries over the next two years, he returned to number one in November 1953 with "Rags to Riches." Its follow-up, "Stranger in Paradise" from the Broadway musical Kismet, was another chart-topper, and in 1954 Bennett also reached the Top Ten with Williams' "There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight" and "Cinnamon Sinner." The rise of rock & roll in the mid-'50s made it more difficult for Bennett to score big hits, but he continued to place singles in the charts regularly through 1960, and even returned to the Top Ten with "In the Middle of an Island" in 1957. Meanwhile, he was developing a nightclub act that leaned more heavily on standards and was exploring album projects that allowed him to indulge his interest in jazz -- notably 1957's The Beat of My Heart, on which he was accompanied mainly by jazz percussionists, and 1959's In Person! With Count Basie and His Orchestra. By the early '60s, although he had faded as a singles artist, he had built a successful career making personal appearances and recording albums of well-known songs in the manner of Frank Sinatra.

In 1962, Bennett introduced "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," a ballad written by two unknown songwriters, George Cory and Douglass Cross, who had pitched it to his pianist, Ralph Sharon. Released as a single, the song took time to catch on, and although it peaked only in the Top 20, it remained on one or the other of the national charts for almost nine months. It became Bennett's signature song and pushed his career to a higher level. The I Left My Heart in San Francisco album reached the Top Five and went gold, and the single won Bennett Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Male. Bennett's next studio album, 1963's I Wanna Be Around..., also made the Top Five, and its title track was another Top 20 hit, as was his next single, "The Good Life," also featured on the album. For the next three years, his albums consistently placed in the Top 100, along with a series of charting singles that included the Top 40 hits "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (from the Broadway musical The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd) and "If I Ruled the World" (from the Broadway musical Pickwick).

By the late '60s, Bennett's record sales had cooled off as the major record labels turned their attention to the lucrative rock market. Just as Mitch Miller had encouraged Bennett to record novelty songs over his objections in the 1950s, Clive Davis, head of Columbia parent CBS Records, encouraged him to record contemporary pop/rock material. He acquiesced on albums such as Tony Sings the Great Hits of Today!, but his sales did not improve. In 1972, he left Columbia for the Verve division of MGM Records, but by the mid-'70s he was without a label affiliation, and he decided to found his own record company, Improv, to record the way he wanted to. He made several albums for Improv, including one with jazz pianist Bill Evans (following a disc they made for Fantasy Records), but the label eventually foundered. (Concord Records released the box set The Complete Improv Recordings in 2004.)

By the late '70s, however, Bennett did not need hit records to sustain his career, and he worked regularly in concert halls around the world. By the mid-'80s, there was a growing appreciation of traditional pop music, as performers such as Linda Ronstadt recorded albums of standards. In 1986, Bennett re-signed to Columbia and released The Art of Excellence, his first album to reach the pop charts in 14 years. Now managed by his son Danny, Bennett shrewdly found ways to attract the attention of the MTV generation without changing his basic style of singing songs from the Great American Songbook while wearing a tuxedo. By the early '90s, he was as popular as he had ever been. The albums Perfectly Frank (1992, a tribute to Frank Sinatra) and Steppin' Out (1993, a tribute to Fred Astaire) went gold and won Bennett back-to-back Grammys for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. But his comeback was sealed by 1994's MTV Unplugged, featuring guest stars Elvis Costello and k.d. lang, which went platinum and won the Grammy for Album of the Year as well as another award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance.

Bennett became a Grammy perennial, also taking home Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance awards for Here's to the Ladies (1995) and On Holiday: A Tribute to Billie Holiday (1997). Bennett Sings Ellington: Hot & Cool (1999) was another Grammy winner in the retitled Best Traditional Pop Album category, as was Playin' with My Friends: Bennett Sings the Blues, an album of duets released in 2001. One year later, Bennett paired off with a single duet partner, recording A Wonderful World with k.d. lang. The Art of Romance followed in 2004. Both albums won the Best Traditional Pop Album Grammy for their respective years. In August 2006, Bennett reached his 80th birthday, and his record label marked the occasion with a series of reissues and compilations. The next month brought Duets: An American Classic, another collection of pairings with other singers on re-recordings of some of Bennett's best-known songs. It reached number three in the Billboard chart, the highest placing for an album in Bennett's career; it also won him another Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Album. A second installment of Duets was released in 2011, and the Latin version (Viva Duets) followed in time for Christmas 2012. That year also saw his fourth book published, Life Is a Gift: The Zen of Bennett, and this coincided with the release of a similarly titled documentary film. In 2014, he returned to the collaborative approach to recording that had proved to be so fruitful for him in the 21st century and released Cheek to Cheek, an album of jazz standards on which he was jointly billed alongside Lady Gaga. Bennett collaborated again on his next album, this time with pianist Bill Charlap on 2015's Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern. ~ William Ruhlmann
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Selected Discography


Track List: As Time Goes By: Great American Songbook Classics

1. Blue Moon

2. Reflections

3. As Time Goes By

4. Maybe September

5. The Lady Is A Tramp

6. Days Of Wine And Roses

7. I Wish I Were In Love Again

8. Cole Porter Medley

9. Some Other Time

10. This Can't Be Love

11. While We're Young

12. I Left My Heart In San Francisco


Track List: Duets II

1. The Lady Is A Tramp (With Lady Gaga)

2. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (With John Mayer)

3. Body And Soul (With Amy Winehouse)

4. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (With Michael Buble)

5. Blue Velvet (With K.D. Lang)

6. How Do You Keep The Music Playing (With Aretha Franklin)

7. The Girl I Love (With Sheryl Crow)

8. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (With Willie Nelson)

9. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) (With Queen Latifah)

10. Speak Low (With Norah Jones)

11. This Is All I Ask (With Josh Groban)

12. Watch What Happens (With Natalie Cole)

13. Stranger In Paradise (With Andrea Bocelli)

14. The Way You Look Tonight (With Faith Hill)

15. Yesterday I Heard The Rain (With Alejandro Sanz)

16. It Had To Be You (With Carrie Underwood)

17. When Do The Bells Ring For Me (With Mariah Carey)


Track List: Best Of The Improv Recordings

1. This Can't Be Love

2. Make Someone Happy

3. Isn't It Romantic?

4. Life Is Beautiful

5. Blue Moon

6. Thou Swell

7. You Don't Know What Love Is

8. My Romance

9. The Lady Is A Tramp

11. Reflections

12. I Could Write A Book

13. Maybe September

14. As Time Goes By


Track List: Sings The Ultimate American Songbook, Vol.1

2. The Very Thought Of You

3. The Way You Look Tonight

6. A Foggy Day

7. I'll Be Seeing You

8. Ain't Misbehavin'

9. It Had To Be You

11. She's Funny That Way

12. You Go To My Head

13. They Can't Take That Away From Me

14. You'll Never Get Away From Me

15. Taking A Chance On Love


Track List: Duets: An American Classic

1. Lullaby Of Broadway (Duet Version)

2. Smile (Duet Version)

3. Put On A Happy Face (Duet Version)

4. The Very Thought Of You (Duet Version)

5. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Duet Version)

6. Rags To Riches (Duet Version)

7. The Good Life (Duet Version)

8. Cold, Cold Heart (Duet Version)

9. If I Ruled The World (Duet Version)

10. The Best Is Yet To Come (Duet Version)

11. For Once In My Life (Duet Version)

12. Are You Havin' Any Fun? (Duet Version)

13. Because Of You (Duet Version)

14. Just In Time (Duet Version)

15. The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Duet Version)

16. I Wanna Be Around (Duet Version)

17. Sing, You Sinners (Duet Version)

18. I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Duet Version)

19. How Do You Keep The Music Playing? (Duet Version)


Track List: Tony Bennett Sings For Lovers

1. My Foolish Heart

2. Isn't It Romantic

3. This Can't Be Love

5. I Could Write A Book

6. Thou Swell

7. But Beautiful

8. My Heart Stood Still

9. Lover

10. You Don't Know What Love Is

11. My Romance

13. As Time Goes By

15. Some Other Time


Track List: Take My Hand...

1. Stranger In Paradise

2. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams

3. I Wanna Be Loved

4. Just Say I Love Her

5. Sing, You Sinners

6. Kiss You

7. I Won't Cry Anymore

8. Because Of You

9. Cold, Cold Heart

11. Since My Love Has Gone

12. Blue Velvet

14. Somewhere Along The Way

15. Here In My Heart

16. Have A Good Time

18. Anywhere I Wander

19. Stay Where You Are

20. Take Me

21. I'm The King Of Broken Hearts

22. Rags To Riches

23. Until Yesterday

24. Please, Driver, Once Around The Park Again

25. There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight

26. My Heart Won't Say Goodbye


Track List: The Art Of Romance

1. Close Enough For Love

2. All In Fun

3. Where Do You Start

4. Little Did I Dream

5. I Remember You

6. Time To Smile

7. All For You

8. The Best Man

9. Don't Like Goodbyes

10. Being Alive

11. Gone With The Wind


Track List: Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues

1. Alright, Okay, You Win (feat. Diana Krall)

2. Everyday (I Have The Blues)

3. Don't Cry Baby

4. Good Morning, Heartache (feat. Sheryl Crow)

5. Let The Good Times Roll

6. Evenin'

7. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues (feat. Bonnie Riatt)

8. Keep The Faith Baby

9. Old Count Basie Is Gone

10. Blue And Sentimental

11. New York State Of Mind (feat. Billy Joel)

12. Undecided Blues

13. Blues In The Night

14. Stormy Weather

15. Playin' With My Friends


Track List: The Rodgers And Hart Songbook

1. This Can't Be Love

2. Blue Moon

3. The Lady Is A Tramp

4. Lover

5. Manhattan

6. Spring Is Here

7. Have You Met Miss Jones?

8. Isn't It Romantic

9. Wait 'Till You See Her

10. I Could Write A Book

11. Thou Swell

12. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World

13. There's A Small Hotel

14. I've Got Five Dollars

15. You Took Advantage Of Me

16. I Wish I Were In Love Again

17. This Funny World

18. My Heart Stood Still

19. My Romance

20. Mountain Greenery


Track List: Sings Ellington Hot & Cool

1. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

2. Mood Indigo

3. She's Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)

4. Caravan

5. Chelsea Bridge

6. Azure

7. I'm Just A Lucky So And So

8. In A Sentimental Mood

9. Don't Get Around Much Anymore

10. Sophisticated Lady

11. In A Mellow Tone

12. Day Dream

13. Prelude To A Kiss

14. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)


Track List: Tony Bennett On Holiday

1. Solitude

2. All Of Me

3. When A Woman Loves A Man

4. Me, Myself And I (Are All In Love With You)

5. She's Funny That Way

6. If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)

7. Willow Weep For Me

8. Laughing At Life

9. I Wished On The Moon

10. What A Little Moonlight Can Do

11. My Old Flame

12. That Ole Devil Called Love

13. Ill Wind (You're Blowin' Me No Good)

14. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)

15. Some Other Spring

16. Crazy She Calls Me

17. Good Morning, Heartache

18. Trav'lin Light

19. God Bless The Child (feat. Billie Holiday)


Track List: Steppin' Out

1. Steppin' Out With My Baby

2. Who Cares?

3. Top Hat, White Tie And Tails

4. They Can't Take That Away From Me

5. Dancing In The Dark

6. Shine On Your Shoes

7. He Loves And She Loves

8. They All Laughed

9. I Concentrate On You

10. You're All The World To Me

11. All Of You

12. Nice Work If You Can Get It

13. It Only Happens When I Dance With You

14. Shall We Dance

15. You're Easy To Dance With / Change Partners / Cheek To Cheek

16. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan

17. That's Entertainment

18. By Myself


Track List: Perfectly Frank

1. Time After Time

2. I Fall In Love Too Easily

3. East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon)

4. Nancy

5. I Thought About You

6. Night And Day

7. I've Got The World On A String

8. I'm Glad There Is You

9. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

10. I Wished On The Moon

11. You Go To My Head

12. The Lady Is A Tramp

13. I See Your Face Before Me

14. Day In, Day Out

15. Indian Summer

16. Call Me Irresponsible

17. Here's That Rainy Day

18. Last Night When We Were Young

19. I Wish I Were In Love Again

20. A Foggy Day

21. Don't Worry 'Bout Me

22. One For My Baby

23. Angel Eyes

24. I'll Be Seeing You


Track List: 16 Most Requested Songs

1. Because Of You

2. Stranger In Paradise

3. Rags To Riches

4. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams

5. Cold Cold Heart

6. Just In Time

7. I Left My Heart In San Francisco

8. I Wanna Be Around

9. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

10. For Once In My Life

11. This is All I Ask

12. Smile

13. Tender Is The Night

14. The Shadow Of Your Smile

15. (Where Do I Begin) Love Story

16. The Good Life


Track List: Tony Bennett's All-Time Greatest Hits

1. Because Of You

2. Rags To Riches

3. Stranger In Paradise

4. Sing You Sinners

5. Just In Time

6. The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams

7. Love Look Away

8. Firefly

9. Put On A Happy Face

10. I Left My Heart In San Francisco

11. I Wanna Be Around

12. This Is All I Ask

13. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

14. The Shadow Of Your SMile

15. Smile

16. A Time For Love

17. For Once In My Life

18. SOmething

19. (Where DO I Begin) Love Story

20. Maybe This Time


Track List: If I Ruled The World - Songs For The Jet Set

1. Song Of The Jet

2. Fly Me To The Moon

3. How Insensitive

4. If I Ruled The World

5. Love Scene

6. Take The Moment

7. Then Was Then And Now Is Now

8. Sweet Lorraine

9. The Right To Love

10. Watch What Happens

11. All My Tomorrows

12. Two By Two

13. Falling In Love With Love


Track List: I Left My Heart In San Francisco

1. I Left My Heart In San Francisco

2. Once Upon A Time

3. Tender Is The Night

4. Smile

5. Love For Sale

6. Taking A Chance On Love

7. Candy Kisses

8. Have I Told You Lately?

9. Rules Of The Road

10. Marry Young

11. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

12. The Best Is Yet To Come


Track List: 60 Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett

Disc 1

4. Blue Velvet

10. Just In Time

16. Lost In The Stars

18. Firefly

Disc 2

1. Begin The Beguine

2. Put On A Happy Face

9. Tender Is The Night

10. Once Upon A Time

14. I Wanna Be Around

15. The Good Life

19. This Is All I Ask

Disc 3

2. It Had To Be You

4. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

9. Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)

12. The Shadow Of Your Smile

15. Smile

18. The Very Thought Of You

19. A Time For Love

Disc 4

2. For Once In My Life

6. Something

7. Cold, Cold Heart

11. Maybe This Time

12. Some Other Time

14. But Beautiful

Disc 5

11. The Way You Look Tonight


Track List: Alone Together

5. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows


Track List: Because Of You

7. I Wanna Be Loved

11. Kiss You

15. While We're Young


Track List: I Got Rhythm (Single)

1. I Got Rhythm


Track List: Taking A Chance On Love

3. Taking A Chance On Love


Track List: The Many Moods Of Tony

7. Don't Wait Too Long


Track List: When Lights Are Low

4. Ain't Misbehavin'

12. The Rules Of The Road


Track List: Who Cares? (Single)

1. Who Cares?


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Don't read this you will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now that you've started this don't stop this is so freaky.mBut if you read this and ignore this you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear on the screen this is so freaky it really works
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Phrasing impeccable.. . l o v e your rich voice....
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He is due to release a new album this December.
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Who is the horn player ?
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An American legend����❤️
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One song that says a lot
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Nj nm n 9 jv v u v9 I iix
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dragonlady60 8 8
Sing it Tony
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dragonlady60 8 8
My fave song.

Reminds me of a lost love
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Love this song! Love Tony Bennett!!!!
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Saw him in Florida in 63
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a wonderful singer and a wonderful person.we love his music .Lem Bann
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Just came in Minneapolis a few weeks ago.
He is the last of his kind-lots of them died years ago.
When he's gone there will be no more of his kind.
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a rare talent, second only to frank .Not by much!!!!
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john denver
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Brought my 84 year old Mom to see you in Durham NC..a memory I will have of her forever!
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I love tony Bennett
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I am extremely fortunate to be able to be one of the lucky ones to have seen Tony Bennett perform live this past year. I grew up listening to him as a little girl and have always dreamed of seeing him , and that dream came true.
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Oh my the very thought of you... I'd do anything to see you right now
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Fav rendition
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Touches the depths of my heart❤️
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Mr Bennett never goes out of style. What a Treasure he is.
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1 Kiss your left hand
2 Say your crushes name
3 say your name
4 pick a school day
5 post this on 6 other songs
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I think Tony and Gaga make a very cute couple. They certainly make great music together. They have a commercial on TV, both singing Baby, It's Cold Outside. Classic and classy! Viva Tony Bennett e Lady Gaga!
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Tony Benett...I saw him first time at the steel pier in Atlantic City in 1950. What did I know? But get this- I saw him again in 1990 at the Valley Forge music center with my girl friend, afterwards we were having a drink at the Valley Forge Hilton, when who walks in but Tony!! We both followed him onto the elevator and it was the four us. Tony, his arranger, my girl friend and me. I said Tony, I saw you in 1950 in Atlantic City, he said thanks pal' and he kissed my girl friend . Great!
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needs more cowbell
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You and Lady Gaga make the perfect team back in the day you singed cheek to cheek with her and it was beautiful on TV. On the Grammy Awards you and her did a duet together.
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dragonlady60 8 8
This man's style and voice is amazing
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True living legend. Still has his pipes, too.
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Tony Bennett you are truly are the best. Stay classy mr.tony.
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Great music from the past and today also.
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A phenomenal voice I can't stop listen his music.
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Never heard anything better
In my whole
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Talent plus longevity is his hallmark!
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dragonlady60 8 8
Tonys voice relaxes me!!!
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I love this man and especially this song!"!
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I Must get to San Francisco! It's been way too long.
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also miss Jerry Vale & Bobby darrin
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He's music is just simply the best classy just beautiful
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For a old duffer Tony will always be great.
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Saw him over Thanksgiving weekend 2014 and was absolutely floored! At 88 the man just doesn't stop! Seeing him again in June with Lady Gaga. CANNOT wait for that show!
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i am going to see a concert of him cant wait
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A gentleman who represents the true meaning of what it means to be s super star, the essence of class and style, a voice full of life and passion, you, Mr. Bennett, are in a class of your own, keep spreading the joy of your music, the world needs it
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