Who Will Answer? / My Cup Runneth Over
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Who will answer, My cup runneth over, Try to remember and Time time were among Ed's American hits. All of them are included here. He had other hits that are not included here. Most of the other songs here are covers.
Among the great covers of contemporary pop songs here are Blowing in the wind (Bob Dylan), Yesterday (Beatles), Monday Monday (Mamas and Papas), Massachusetts (Bee Gees), Cherish (Association), The other man's grass is always greener (Petula), Can't take my eyes off you (Andy Williams) and There's a kind of hush (Herman's hermits, later covered by the Carpenters).
Show songs are also well represented, including In the arms of love (from What did you do in the war Daddy), Au revoir (from Sherry), Watch what happens (from The umbrellas of Cherbourg), Melinda (from On a clear day you can see forever), True love (from High society) and Edelweiss (from Sound of music).
This is a wonderful collection. I wish more of his original albums were available on CD.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love it. I never had the cd Who Will Answer but had the old record of My Cup Runneth Over.
I like both the cds on this one cd. Read more
My wife, Sherry, that has a voice of an angel, chose this song as our special song for each other. It is simple, but conveys the feelings that we have for each other. Read morePublished on July 16, 2013 by cripplechicken
I really wanted to have this on CD - have had it for years on a 45! It does not seem to be "remastered" but it fills the bill, so to speak, so am glad to have it.Published on January 28, 2013 by b
I like Ed Ames' voice better than any other male vocalists that I'm familiar with. Some of the instrumental parts of his songs on this album are dated, from before my time, but... Read morePublished on December 12, 2012 by Pat
I really like this CD. As I listened to it it took me back in time when I had his album on 8 track. Great CD, would recommned it.Published on November 28, 2012 by Richard Witt
this is exactly what I wanted and expected. Ed Ames has teh voice and songs to soothe a soul. Good winter listening here in Ohio.Published on March 13, 2012 by ed