Andy Williams & Perry Como
Howard Andrew Andy Williams (born December 3, 1927) is an American singer who has recorded 18 Gold- and three Platinum-certified albums. Pierino Ronald Perry Como (May 18, 1912 – May 12, 2001) was an American singer and television personality./5
Andy Williams Perry Como Bing Crosby Frank Sinatra Dean Martin Nat King Cole Tony Bennett Ella Fitzgerald Doris Day Tom Jones Engelbert Humperdinck Andy Dean Moon River Lawrence Welk Johnny Mathis Burl Ives Bob Dylan Tony Perry Mel Torme Vic Damone
Look, when I started out, mainstream culture was Sinatra, Perry Como, Andy Williams, Sound of ...
Coming up we've got Lawrence Welk, Jim Nabors, Andy Williams, Perry Como, and certain ballads by Mr. Frank Sinatra.
Songs from Johnny Mathis, Perry Como, Dean Martin, Andy Williams during this period so lovely old days Xmas feeling.
got both of those, and Dean Martin, Perry Como, Andy Williams+others
You don't want any part of this, CB. I can distinguish Perry Como from Andy Williams in 4 bars. Just sayin.
I love this and watched on TV when I was a kid...the good old days..Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Dean...
It's a beauty. The best-known versions are by Andy Williams & Perry Como but check out Julie Andrews & Nana Mouskouri's too
Is that Perry Como you're playing Jason? the match must be Andy Williams!
- you do proud the legacies of greats Perry Como and Andy Williams! Next year, Anne Murray!
God, we miss Andy Williams and Perry Como. They made Christmas extra special.
It was ok, not really my "cup of tea". To each his own. I'm pretty traditional. Andy Williams, Perry Como, Bing, etc.
Music schedule is now taken over by Andy Williams, Vince Guaraldi, Perry Como, Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, Michael Bublé, & Bing Crosby
Who's coming to Swingin' in Slippers?Get ready to sing along to forgotten classics of Andy Williams, Perry Como & Doris Day's time
Although he's no longer with us 25th May we can commemorate the birth of the incredible Hal David. JOIN ME TONIGHT FOR 1 HOUR SPECIAL celebrating the songs of Hal David who also as you know worked along with Burt Bacharach with artists like Cilla Black, Dionne Warwick, Andy Williams, The Searchers, Perry Como and many more. Enjoy these tunes tonight 9pm UK time log on www.brooklandsradio.co.uk
A timeless classic that has been recorded literally by hundreds of artist including Roy Hamilton, Andy Williams, Perry Como and too many to mention here...it became famous once again as the theme song for the film 'Ghost' from 1990 with the Righteous Bros reprising their huge hit from 1966..writen by Alex North and Hy Zaret
When I was growing up there were songs I liked and sang(Tried to) like Patti Page Mockingbird Hill or Frankie Lane Mule Train. I remember my Dad liked Teresa Brewer Sweet Old Fashioned Girl and Nickelodeon. There were many great entertainers back then starting with Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor and Bing Crosby. I even heard Vaughn Monroe singing Racing With The Moon. Frank Sinatra and Perry Como super stars and then later it was Tony Bennett and Andy Williams. I guess I have heard the best of the best over my lifetime. There were some who just were a flash in the pan because their lives were cut short for some reason or other. Jim Croce and John Denver just to name a couple. I loved music all my life and have had many songs that touched my heart. There's always a new kid on the block that comes along. I remember back when Jerry Reed premiered and was an overnight hit. One super star from my past who died was Marty Robbins and I thought what a loss to the industry but it survived. Back in those days it took real ...
"Somos Novios (It's Impossible)" is a song written by the premier Mexican bolero composer Armando Manzanero in 1970. The song was translated into English immediately by Sid Wayne and first recorded by Perry Como the same year under the title "It's Impossible". It is one of the most popular boleros of all time. Besides Como, it has been recorded by Elvis Presley, Andy Williams, The Three Degrees, Jerry Vale, Dennis Brown, Andrea Bocelli and Frances Yip . Tejano group Mazz recorded this as part of a medley entitled "Canciones De Amor" which was on the album Para Nuestra Gente. The Perry Como version would be one of his most influential records, and in February 1971, it became his first song to reach the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in more than 12 years, peaking at The song's peak on the Hot 100 chart came just weeks after concluding a four-week run atop the Billboard Easy Listening chart. On the UK Singles Chart, the single reached in 1971. Vikki Carr, an influential and popular Spanish-language songst ...
Confirmation (once again) that I'm old in spirit: 1) When I was 20, my folks had season tickets to some series at the Marin Vet's. Mom was complaining about having to listen to the Glen Miller Orchestra. ME: ARE YOU KIDDING? I LOVE THEM! So off I went with my Dad. (win/win) 2) Jim has some show on TV; commercial on for the Time/Life series "Best of Pop" - I LOVE EVERY SONG THEY FEATURE. Dean Martin, Perry Como, Andy Williams, The Platters (Smoke gets in your EY-EYes!), etc. No one should be suprised that for my 18th birthday I asked for and was thrilled to receive "The Complete Johnny Mathis" - 8 LP's!!!
did you find some Andy Williams and Perry Como too? That would make your collection complete! 🎶🎼🎶 🎄
I have been listening to Christmas music (no bah, hum-bug here). I've left my beloved Loft station and listen to Holiday Traditions. Most of the "traditional" music associated with Christmas is performed by the likes of Mel Torme, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Bing Crosby, Wayne Newton(!): all the old time classic 40's and 50's singers. Now, occasionally, I get John Lennon's This is Christmas/War is Over but mostly the really old stuff. So,I ask: Am I just remembering my parents' collection and associating it with Christmas or is there a place in our "social music world" reserved just for those music giants which our collective music tastes may have otherwise outgrown? I may listen to Ella Fitzgerald on my own any day but never- NEVER would I listen to Perry Como or Andy Williams outside of Christmas. Do you listen to these kind of performers during Christmas? Do you associate Christmas when you hear them?
Third Perry Como reference of the night.. We're onto Andy Williams now. This is karaoke night.
Growing up with the icon of the American Thanksgiving Macy's Parade, I remember as a youth thinking the floats were filled with singers old people liked (you know, Andy Williams, Perry Como, Rosemary Clooney, etc) and today ... Joan Jett? Really?
Yesterday Jerry and I drove up to L.A. to the Gindi Auditorium at the American Jewish University to hear an interview with Johnny Mathis given by our friend, Bill Moran, veteran L.A. talk show host. Bill's interview was amazing. He knows his stuffT And meeting Johnny was wonderful. It was like meeting part of your young life. They played a video of a composite of Johnny's music from various televsion shows - Perry Como, Dinah Shore, Andy Williams - and we were drawn back into a different and wonderful time of our lives. Great evening. Thank you, Bill!
Good mornimg, idk i love to hear this lovely song so much.. Perry como !! ♫ Danny Boy by Andy Williams —
Big box of LPs and Singles for sale. All albums sleeved. Far to many to list.Vary from Queen to classical stuff. One or Two rarities among them. Big selection of Queen albums, Queen 1&2, Sheer heart Attack, A Night at the Opera, A day at the races and News of the World. Others include Bowies Diamond Dogs, Saturday night Fever soundtrack. Others include, Perry Como, Andy Williams,Mantovani ,Julie Felix, Engelbert Humperdinck. Also available is a demo copy of The soundtrack of Eddie and The Cruisers performed by Beaver Brown. Sleeve stamped.Property of CBS,Not for Sale, Demo only. Well worth a look to serious collectors. Prices vary, make me an offer or deal for the lot.
Roberta Burke is my mom. Among art, travel, friends, family, kids, grandkids and great grandkids, she LOVES music. Can't sing all that great or play anything, though, but that has never stopped her. She's never nudged her way onto stages or choirs, only stepping up when invited. Growing up, we never missed the most important music events television allowed us to witness, like the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, and all the other musical variety shows and specials with the newest songs, Shindig, Hootenany, Johnny Cash, Bing Crosby, Tom Jones, The Hollywood Bowl, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, Wayne Newton, Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra or Liberace, you name it, we watched it. The Partridge Family and the Monkees. We watched the Saturday night country shows, too. Panther Hall, the Wilburn Brothers, Porter Waggoner, Buck Owens, Hee-Haw. If she was excited, we wanted to check it out. Never one time made us watch Perry Como or Lawrence Welk. We watched all the Elvis and Frankie and Annette beach movies, too. She once won a rad ...
Downloaded some *** from iTunes this morning just in time for one of my beautiful daughter arriving from the USA tomorrow, Perry Como, Vera Lynn, Al Martino, Andy Williams, Bing Crosby, Val Doonican, Jim Reeves, Harry Belafonte, Mrs Mills, just to mention a few of the forty tracks. I hope Sheila Hopcraft gets here before she reads this.
Finding satanic messages by playing old records backwards. Aghast by the evil messages Perry Como, Burl Ives and Andy Williams were sending.
Michael Heaven, based in Belgium, sings the music of Engelbert Humperdinck, Tom Jones, Perry Como, Andy Williams and more. He loves singing music of the 50′s...
It's an example of instrumental music that got pop airtime... Along with more easy listening music by Perry Como and Andy Williams.
totally agree. In the past 5 years I'm into Andy Williams, Matt Munro, Perry Como & Glen Campbell. I'm 45 now so must be true!
Christmas in Colorado 1960's. memories of my grandparents visiting from texas and New Mexico and snow 4ft deep. making snowmen and sledding...HUGE tree bulbs and homemade ornaments with styrofoam balls, sequins and pins. trudging up in the canyon to chop down a tree and dragging it home.my sister grilling me to find out what she was getting... brunch with my parent's friends while Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Bing Crosby, Perry Como, and Andy Williams records played Christmas music on our Stereo Hi Fi. Chatty Cathy, Barbie doll houses made from cardboard and plush cartoon dolls, like Huckleberry Hound and Pixie and Dixie waiting under the tree. How do YOU remember Christmas as a kid?
Our final playlist of the year is now airing on our online radio station, through New Year's Day. This is without question a "best-of" playlist, featuring 161 songs and nearly 9 hours of the very best the season has to offer, from every genre: pop, contemporary Christian, big bands, classic country, top 40.It's all here! Barry Manilow, Third Day, Alan Jackson, Glenn Miller, John Berry, Andy Williams, Perry Como, Bing Crosby, NSync, Mariah Carey, Paul McCartney.Far too many to list here. Just one multiple-song artist (Bing Crosby, 2 songs), this represents our most versatile playlist of the year. Claudia and I would like to thank all of our loyal listeners world-wide, who have made the past two months in particular a record-setting time. Remember, for those of you who don't know, it is 100% free to listen to our station. Listen as long as you'd like. Simply sign up. It's easy, and takes less than two minutes, and gives you access to thousands of online stations like ours. If you prefer a commercial-free, C ...
I pray you're buying lots of Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Dean Martin, Johnny Mathis, Frank Sinatra and Andy Williams! :-)
We think the best Christmas songs are the great classics by people like Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Burl Ives, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, and Andy Williams. Do you have any favorites?
There are so many Christmas songs out there and some are new but I have always been partial to the old ones by Bing Crosby and Andy Williams and Perry Como and Nat King Cole. You get the picture!! Most would probably not agree with me.
Aahhh, the sounds of the Holiday Season. Elvis Presley, Ella Fitzgerald, Perry Como, Ertha Kitt, Bing Crosby, Pearl Bailey, Frank Sinatra, Lou Rawls, Dean Martin, Louis Armstrong, John Denver, Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Gene Autry, Mel Torme, & Michael Jackson. You know, it just doesn't feel like Christmas until you hear nothing but dead people singing on the radio.
Can't wait to watch the Christmas tv specials . Perry Como, Lawrence Welk, Mac Davis and lets not forget Andy Williams. Ah the holidays!
So I'm on the airplane waiting to leave Praia... And the background music is a pleasant selection of Tony Bennett, Andy Williams, Perry Como... Etc. STRANGE ... For a Portuguese airline. Não é???
Mom and I have been arguing for years about who was a better singer, Andy Williams or Perry Como. I say Andy has a soft sissy voice and perry had a nice manly voice. I vote for Perry. Dad votes for Perry to *** mom off I think. Where does everyone else stand?
i've been in Colorado on biz/vaca for the past five days so I haven't kept up on fb... But, Andy Williams died the other day and I didn't see a single post on fb. (A lot of people are too young to remember him) so I thought I'd share a post from my book... I feel this way every year around Christmast time... My friends & I made fun of them when we were young & cool. Maybe rightfully so ... But around this time of year I miss Bob Hope, Andy Williams, Perry Como & Bing Crosby. Here's a tip for all you young whipper-snappers out there... Being cool is overrated.
Listening to songs and sound-bites as I prepare for my next show, I'm struck with a thought so strong it screams inside my head: I LOVE THE SEVENTIES! The music was so great, and so varied. Most any style of music could climb the charts...Scott Joplin piano rags ("The Entertainer" played by Marvin Hamlisch), gospel ("The Lord's Prayer" by Sister Janet Mead, "Put your hand in the hand" by Ocean and several others), songs about social justice ("One Tin Solder" by Coven), amazing story songs ("Brandy" by Looking Glass), American history in a folk style ("The night they drove Old Dixie down" by Joan Baez), country ("The Happiest Girl in the whole USA" by Donna Fargo, "Easy Lovin'" by Freddie Hart, and so many others), middle-of-the-road (Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Andy Williams and others all had chart hits in the '70s), southern rock (Allman Brothers, Outlaws, Charlie Daniels Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker Band), the "LA Sound" (Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold), melodic metal (Queen, ...
So, yesterday my mother was telling my Okasan (my 4'9", full-blooded Japanese, adorable Grandmother) that Andy Williams, one of her all-time favorites, had passed away and my Okasan replies "Dan, ebrybody die. I used to love listen to Andy William, Perry Como, Nat King Kong.".serious. God love her, she is too cute for words.
'Moon River' crooner Andy Williams dies at age 84 The Associated Press Published September 26, 2012 BRANSON, Mo. — For the older — OK, squarer — side of the generation gap, Andy Williams was part of the soundtrack of the 1960s and '70s, with easy-listening hits like "Moon River," the "Love Story" theme and "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" from his beloved Christmas TV specials. The singer known for his wholesome, middle-America appeal was the antithesis of the counterculture. "The old cliche says that if you can remember the 1960s, you weren't there," Williams once recalled. "Well, I was there all right, but my memory of them is blurred — not by any drugs I took but by the relentless pace of the schedule I set myself." The 84-year-old entertainer, who died Tuesday night at his Branson home following a yearlong battle with bladder cancer, outlasted many of the decade's rock stars and fellow crooners such as Frank Sinatra and Perry Como. He remained on the charts into the 1970s and continued to ...
Another of our favorite singers gone.Andy Williams died yesterday.remember Moon River,Dear heart etc.Most of our generation favorites have gone on...Vic Damone,Perry Como,Al Martino Dean Martin Frank Sinatra Bing Crosby etc.Who will replace them? Lil Wayne?Jay Zee?Lady Gaga? Madonna? Thankfully we still have the cd s of the old favorites .
Condolences 2 family of famed singer Andy Williams, who died today. He ranked right up there w/ Perry Como, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra.
Got on the internet and the MSN had such bad news on it. Made you sick inside. I then went onto FB imagining that it would be full of comments about Andy Williams...sigh. There must be more baby boomers out there that grew up with his Christmas specials! Andy Williams, Perry Como, Bing Crosby...Oh boy. :( R.I.P. Mr. Williams.
Oh my.am I ever smiling! I put in Engelbert Humperdinck in Pandora...and it's also played Tom Jones, Andy Williams, Dean Martin, Perry Como, Eddy Arnold, Tony Bennett...all the singers my Mom and Daddy loved. What a trip down memory lane...this is great!
Andy Williams originally recorded Days of Wine and Roses in 1963, but Perry Como also made a record of this novelty tune with the Ray Charles Singers backing...
I had an interesting experience tonight. I saw a program of Victor Borge who was an excellent pianist and comedian of years past. It showed him with TV idols of the day when I was very young like Andy Williams, Perry Como, President Reagan. It honestly brought tears to my eyes to remember how very "innocent" entertainment used to be 50 years ago. Things are so very different now.
Alex Como Sr's cousin was Perry Como ( whom i loved ) & he is in some pretty great company here in this pic. Andy Williams is still with us , but wish we could wiggle our noses & bring the rest back.
Listen Rafa.I have very good taste in music...even if it's Perry Como or Andy Williams...there:-)
Early crooners before Andy Williams. Perry Como or Mr. C, a legendary crooner in line with Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole. And I Love You So was Perry Como's ...
Perry Como, Andy Williams, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and the Everly Brothers you just can't find artist like them anymore
Hi! I'm Greg, and I love to singa! I'm very much into Frank Sinatra, Al Jolson, Charles Aznavour, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Judy Garland, Bobby Darin, Doris Day, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Bing Crosby, Matt Monro, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Max Bygraves, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Norman Wisdom, Perry Como, Buddy Greco, Eddie Fisher, Andy Williams, Billie Holiday, Chet Baker, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Vic Damone, Steve Lawrence, Edie Gorme, Frankie Laine, you name it, all the greats, and here you'll find me singing many of the songs associated with them. I hope you'll like what you'll see, and hear!!! :)
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