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Album Title: Who Can I Turn To Columbia 1964 Rating: ***
Prime Artist: Tony Bennett
Arranger: George Siravo
Drums: Billy Exiner
Bass: Hal Gaylord
Piano: Ralph Sharon
Executive Producer: Danny Bennett
Executive Producer: Don Devito
Producer: Ernie Altschuler
Orchestra: The Ralph Sharon Trio
Review: When I bought this CD, I popped it into my computer for a first listen. I was

startled when 'Volunteers' (Jefferson Airplane) came on! Next track: 'Get

Together'! Then: 'San Francisco (Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair)'!

(not to be confused with 'I left my heart inů.)

The track sequence sounded familiar, and I finally figured out it was the 2nd disc

of the Forest Gump soundtrack. They had somehow got switched at the CD

factory. The CD had Tony's artwork on it, but it was something else encoded.

They replaced it of course. Unfortunately, this Tony CD is fairly unremarkable.
What Others Say:
Tracks: 1 Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)

2 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)

3 There's A Lull In My Life

4 Autumn Leaves

5 I Walk A Little Faster

6 The Brightest Smile In Town

7 I've Never Seen *

8 Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

9 Listen, Little Girl *

10 Got The Gate On The Golden Gate *

11 Waltz For Debby *

12 The Best Thing To Be Is A Person *
. Tracks with a trailing * are missing lyrics in the linked files
Album Length (hrs:min): 0:37 Mag: 53.2

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