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1. Bobby Vinton

  • Duration: 82
  • Channel: music


3. Listen Lonely Song Bobby Vinton

  • Duration: 157
  • Channel: music
Listen Lonely Song Bobby Vinton

Listen Lonely Song Bobby Vinton


4. BOBBY VINTON "Blue Moon"

  • Duration: 150
  • Channel: music
BOBBY VINTON

Un film qui a marqué le début des années 80... L'inoubliable Chanson qui accompagne le générique de début du film... Un cadeau signé White...


5. Bobby Vinton Mister Lonely Karaoke

  • Duration: 144
  • Channel: music

6. Blue Velvet Bobby Vinton

  • Duration: 62
  • Channel: music
Blue Velvet Bobby Vinton

the best of Vinton!



8. Bobby Vinton - Feelings (1975)

  • Duration: 226
  • Channel: music

9. Bobby Vinton - My melody of love

  • Duration: 185
  • Channel: music
Bobby Vinton - My melody of love

My melody of love



11. MR.LONELY Bobby Vinton ミスター・ロンリー (Karaoke) E-Piano Jotaro Takahashi

  • Duration: 100
  • Channel: music
MR.LONELY Bobby Vinton ミスター・ロンリー (Karaoke) E-Piano Jotaro Takahashi

お聴き頂きまして誠にありがとうございます。m(__)m ミスター・ロンリー MR.LONELY (ボビー・ヴィントン Bobby Vinton)/ ボビー・ヴィントン Bobby Vinton & ジーン・アレン GENE ALLAN 作詞作曲


12. Bobby Vinton ~ My melody of love (Moja Droga Ja Cie Kocham)

  • Duration: 192
  • Channel: music
Bobby Vinton ~ My melody of love (Moja Droga Ja Cie Kocham)

Stanley Robert "Bobby" Vinton, Jr. (born April 16, 1935) is an American pop music singer of Polish and Lithuanian ethnic background. In pop music circles, he became known as "The Polish Prince of Poch", as his music plays tribute to his Polish heritage. Known of this angelic vocals and his best love songs, his most popular song, "Blue Velvet" (a cover of Tony Bennett's 1951 song), peaked at No. 1 on the now renamed Billboard Pop Singles Chart. It also served as inspiration for the film of the same name. Melodies of Love was Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth studio album and his first studio album for ABC Records. It was released in 1974. The album was released in response to popular demand, following Vinton's million-selling single "My Melody of Love", his first single in two years, which proved a successful comeback and earned Vinton the nickname "the Polish Prince". After the song became a #3 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and a #1 adult contemporary hit, the semi-eponymous album was released, reaching #16 on the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums and going gold. "My Melody of Love" is the title of a popular song from 1974 by the American singer Bobby Vinton. Vinton adapted his song from a German song composed by Henry Mayer, and it appears on Vinton's album Melodies of Love. Vinton came up with the idea to adapt Mayer's song while performing in Las Vegas, Nevada. The original song was called Herzen haben keine Fenster ("Hearts have no windows") and was a hit in Germany and Austria as performed by Austrian singer Elfi Graf. A version with newly written English lyrics was released as a single called "Don't Stay Away Too Long" by the British duo Peters and Lee earlier in 1974. Peters and Lee's version of the song failed to chart in the US but reached number three on the UK Singles Chart. Vinton's lyrics use a refrain that switches between English and Polish: Moja droga, ja cię kocham, Means that I love you so. Moja droga, ja cię kocham, More than you'll ever know. Kocham ciebie całym sercem, Love you with all my heart. "My Melody of Love" was Vinton's highest charting US pop hit since "Mr. Lonely" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1964, nearly ten years before. "My Melody of Love" spent two weeks at number three on the Hot 100 chart in November 1974 and was certified a Gold Record by the RIAA. In addition, it spent one week at number one on the Billboard easy listening chart, the singer's fourth song to top this chart. Its success led to Vinton's nickname "the Polish Prince". The song also became the theme-song of The Bobby Vinton Show, Vinton's variety show which ran in Canada on the CTV Network from 1975 to 1978. The song was also performed numerous times on the Lawrence Welk Show during the mid- to late-1970s.


13. MR.LONELY Bobby Vinton ミスター・ロンリー E-Piano Jotaro Takahashi

  • Duration: 105
  • Channel: music
MR.LONELY Bobby Vinton ミスター・ロンリー E-Piano Jotaro Takahashi

お聴き頂きまして誠にありがとうございます。m(__)m ミスター・ロンリー MR.LONELY (ボビー・ヴィントン Bobby Vinton)/ ボビー・ヴィントン Bobby Vinton & ジーン・アレン GENE ALLAN 作詞作曲


14. I love how you love me (Bobby Vinton)- Bich Thuy cover

  • Duration: 137
  • Channel: music
I love how you love me (Bobby Vinton)- Bich Thuy cover

I love how you love me (Bobby Vinton) Bich Thuy cover Keyboard: Quách Đạt Video by Quitle Using: Canon 24-105 L is, Canon 5d Mark iii Location: Valentino Party Hall Sept 25 2015 LYRICS: I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me And when I'm away from you I love how you miss me I love the way you always treat me tenderly But, darling, most of all I love how you love me.(love how you love me) I love how your heart beats whenever I hold you I love how you think of me without being told to I love the way your touch is always heavenly But, darling, most of all I love how you love me (love how you love me) [Spoken] I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me And when I'm away from you I love how you miss me I love the way your touch is always heavenly But, darling, most of all I love how you love me (love how you love me) I love how you hug me (love how you hug me) I love how you squeeze me, tease me, please me Love how you love me I love how you love me.





18. Bobby Vinton ~ How I Miss You tonight -~

  • Duration: 156
  • Channel: music
Bobby Vinton ~ How I Miss You tonight -~

A BEAUTIFUL LOVE SONG !


19. Roses are Red,My Love cover of Bobby Vinton by rjmendera

  • Duration: 161
  • Channel: music
Roses are Red,My Love cover of Bobby Vinton by rjmendera

as a kid from germany landing on a huge ranch in alberta canada in the early sixties amongst real cowboys and indians was quite de thrill.I got to play with de rich kids at de Big House and also de natives at de fair grounds.Singin to the radio with a nice lady called Anne M. was also lotsa faan.From about 1963.