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Harry Belafonte - Love Is a Gentle Thing (2011)

7-10-2015, 16:50
World | Folk | Country | Pop

Harry Belafonte - Love Is a Gentle Thing (2011)

Artist: Harry Belafonte
Title Of Album: Love Is a Gentle Thing
Year Of Release: 1959 (2011)
Label: Spectre Media 8061923
Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 72:02
Total Size: 166 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Fifteen (02:51)
02. I Never Will Marry (02:45)
03. I'm Going Away (03:07)
04. Small One (02:53)
05. Bella Rosa (03:25)
06. All My Trials (04:35)
07. Green Grow the Lilacs (03:54)
08. Times Are Gettin' Hard (03:35)
09. Turn Around (02:23)
10. Go 'Way from My Window (03:09)
11. Delia's Gone (04:33)
12. Walkin' on the Green Grass (03:22)
13. Eden Was Just Like This (03:01)
14. Venezuela (02:58)
15. Suzanne (03:21)
16. Delia (03:01)
17. Unchained Melody (03:21)
18. Come Back Liza (03:06)
19. Matilda, Matilda (03:14)
20. I'm Just a Country Boy (03:05)
21. Jamaica Farewell (03:04)
22. Island in the Sun (03:23)

Unlike other pop vocalists, Harry Belafonte considered each album as an individual work with a central theme, not just another collection of standards. Despite his continuous exploration of folk music idioms, Belafonte has been consistently placed in the "popular male vocal" section of record stores. This album contains a selection of ballads, lullabies, and love songs. It leads off with the tender "Fifteen," which was inexplicably shoe-horned into the MGM film, The World, The Flesh, And The Devil which starred Belafonte as a survivor of a nuclear holocaust. Of the tunes included in the album, the best of which are the Weavers' Lee Hays' "Times Are Gettin' Hard" and John Jacob Niles' "Go 'Way From My Window." But the lack of variety makes this album somewhat of a bore when compared to some of the more exciting Belafonte product of the 50s and early 60s.

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