Eddy ARNOLD - Let's Make Memories One More Time
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One of the most successful recording artists of all time, Eddy Arnold brought country music from the 'hillbilly' image of the 1940s to a presentation suitable for Las Vegas and New York night clubs. Along the way he made hundreds of recordings spanning many musical styles.
In the early 1960s, Eddy was one of the first artists to record in the emerging 'Nashville Sound'. He was recording predominantly country songs but with a new sophistication that had yet to develop into his highly orchestrated 'crooner' style of later years. This interim period produced some of the finest, but least known recordings of his long and highly successful career.
Here are two complete LPs from that interim period in the early 1960s, long deleted on LP and up till now never released on CD.
Hear Eddy reprise some wonderful old songs all in glorious stereo and with the production of Chet Atkins. In 'Let's Make Memories Tonight', Eddy presents 12 - primarily country favourites - in his new style. 'One More Time', Eddy reprises 12 of his own early hits once again updated to his 60s style.
Listen to musical history made!
1. TAKE ME IN YOUR ARMS AND HOLD ME
2. IT'S BEEN SO LONG DARLIN'
3. IF I NEVER GET TO HEAVEN
4. WILL YOU ALWAYS
5. I DON'T WANT TO SET THE WORLD ON FIRE
6. MY ARMS ARE A HOUSE
7. HEY GOOD LOOKIN'
8. ARE YOU SINCERE
9. LET'S MAKE MEMORIES TONIGHT
10. HOLD ME
11. I LOVE YOU BECAUSE
12. YOU'RE THE ONLY STAR IN MY BLUE HEAVEN
13. ONE GRAIN OF SAND
14. THAT DO MAKE IT NICE
15. THE KENTUCKIAN SONG
16. THIS IS THE THANKS I GET (For Loving You)
17. WHAT A FOOL I WAS
18. JUST OUT OF REACH
19. THE RICHEST MAN (In The World)
20. I'M THROWING RICE (At The Girl That I Love)
21. THEN I TURNED AND WALKED SLOWLY AWAY
22. JUST CALL ME LONESOME
23. I'D TRADE ALL OF MY TOMORROWS (For Just One Yesterday)
24. DON'T ROB ANOTHER MAN'S CASTLE
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