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Perhaps her most famous recording opens this album: "Hello Hello"! This was my first introduction to the person and music of Ms Longet a way back when. She does a unique rendition of the Beach Boys "God Only Knows" which certainly does Brain Wilson proud.
My personal favorite on this collection is "As If You Walked Away". There is a sad melancholy aura that permeates this song and lingers with you long when it's over.
I can't imagine the late sixties/early seventies without the musical soundtrack of Claudine Longet. I'm happy she came along and recorded the tracks she did. . . and now we can listen to them all these years later with that same naive joy we had way back then.
I don't know if Claudine will ever or plans ever to record again, but I would be glad if she would. Thanks Claudine for all the beautiful songs and thanks for all the happy memories of youthful years. You're a beautiful woman who made beautiful music singing beautiful songs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
How many dorm room nights enjoying the LP, now enjoyed via CD of the beautiful voice and words.Published 2 months ago by Jack R. Davis
This truly is the very best of Claudine Longet. It presents an excellent overview of the talent, range and variety of this artists musical recordings. Read more
I grew up with this gal!! She has a voice that is so sweet and smooth as butter! timeless beauty,she is!! Check her out;her voice is amazing!!Published on January 20, 2014 by Marianne Brettell-vaughn
It was good to hear her soft French voice again.
Just wasn;'t too excited with some of her covers of "newer" songs.
I've always liked Claudine's soft kind of breathy singing. This is a good example of her singing and style. I listen to it often.Published on March 24, 2012 by G2
Claudine had a brief, but active, recording career while she was married to Andy Williams in the 60's and early 70's. Then, it all came CRASHING DOWN, which not our subject here. Read morePublished on August 5, 2007 by Robert C. Hufford
From the moment I first heard her music, I was enthralled. What a gem! On poor material she sounds so, so. But on good material she sines brillantly with her soft vocal style. Read morePublished on March 6, 2006 by Robert T. Taylor
Though nowhere near complete (where's "Snow"?), this compilation of music from my very favorite A&M recording star is a must for fans. Read morePublished on October 13, 2001 by Bradley Harding