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Anthony Dominick Benedetto was born in New York City on August 3, 1926. Tony Bennett's first hit song, "Because Of You," topped the charts in September of 1951. His first 10" album, "Because Of You," was released in 1952. The album was re-released in 1956 as part of Columbia's House Party Series. It includes the songs "Because Of You," "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Close Your Eyes," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "May I Never Love Again" and "Cinnamon Sinner."
Because of You


Tony Bennett's first 12" album, "Cloud 7," was released in 1955. It includes the songs "I Fall In Love Too Easily," "My Baby Just Cares For Me," "My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)," "Old Devil Moon," "Love Letters," "My Reverie," "Give Me The Simple Life," "While The Music Plays On," "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me," and "Darn That Dream."
Cloud 7


The Tony Bennett album, "The Beat Of My Heart," was released in 1957. It features the songs "Lullaby Of Broadway," "Just One Of Those Things," "Let's Face The Music And Dance," and "The Beat Of My Heart."
Beat of My Heart


The Tony Bennett album, "Long Ago And Far Away," was released in 1958. It includes the songs "The Way You Look Tonight," "Time After Time," "Fools Rush In," "Blue Moon," and "Long Ago (And Far Away)."
Long Ago And Far Away


The 23-song collection, "Together At Last/A Perfect Combination: The Complete Sessions 1958-1959," includes recordings Tony Bennett made with Count Basie. Songs include "Just In Time," "Pennies From Heaven," "Fascinatin' Rhythm," "Strike Up The Band," and "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face."
Together at Last / A Perfect Combination: The Complete Sessions 1958-1959 [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]


The 4-CD box set, "8 Classic Albums," includes "Because Of You" (1952), "Alone At Last With Tony Bennett" (1955), "Cloud 7" (1955), "Tony" (1957; peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart), "The Beat Of My Heart" (1957), "Long Ago And Far Away" (1958), "Bennett & Basie Strike Up The Band" (1959), and "Hometown, My Town" (1959).
8 Classic Albums - Tony Bennett


The album, "Tony Bennett Sings A String Of Harold Arlen," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "Over The Rainbow," "Come Rain Or Come Shine," "Let's Fall In Love," and "I've Got The World On A String."
Tony Bennett Sings A String Of Harold Arlen


The Tony Bennett album, "Alone Together," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," "Poor Butterfly," "How Long Has This Been Going On?," and "Sophisticated Lady."
Alone Together


The Tony Bennett album, "To My Wonderful One," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "Till," "September Song," "Autumn Leaves," "April In Paris," "Last Night When We Were Young," and "Wonderful One."
To My Wonderful One


The Tony Bennett album, "Tony Sings For Two," was released in 1960. Backed only by pianist Ralph Sharon, Tony sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was," "My Funny Valentine," "Where Or When," and "Skylark."
Tony Sings For Two


The Tony Bennett album, "My Heart Sings," was released in 1961. It includes the songs "Dancing In The Dark," "Stella By Starlight," and "More Than You Know."
My Heart Sings


The 2-CD, 44-song set, "Tony Bennett At Carnegie Hall - The Complete Concert," was recorded on June 9, 1962. The original album peaked at #37 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Tony's performances of of "Lullaby Of Broadway," "Just In Time," "Stranger In Paradise," "That Old Black Magic," "Rags To Riches," and "The Best Is Yet To Come."
Tony Bennett At Carnegie Hall - The Complete Concert


The Tony Bennett album, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," was released on June 18, 1962. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. The title track, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), won Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, and Best Solo Male Vocal Performance. It became Tony Bennet's signature song. The album also includes the songs "Once Upon A Time," "Love For Sale," "Taking A Chance On Love," "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," and "The Best Is Yet To Come."
I Left My Heart In San Francisco


"Bennett & Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962" includes the complete Tony Bennett and Dave Brubeck performances from the White House Seminar American Jazz Concert, held on August 28, 1962. Songs performed by Tony include "Just In Time," "Rags To Riches," "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)," and "I Left My Heart In San Francisco." It also includes "Lullaby Of Broadway" and "That Old Black Magic" by Tony Bennett and the Dave Brubeck Trio.
Bennett & Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962


The Tony Bennett album, "I Wanna Be Around," was released on February 18, 1963. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Wanna Be Around" (#14 in 1963), "The Good Life" (#18 in 1963), and "I Will Live My Life For You."
I Wanna Be Around


The Tony Bennett album, "This Is All I Ask," was released on July 1, 1963. It peaked at #24 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "The Way That I Feel," "This Is All I Ask," and "On The Other Side Of The Tracks."
This Is All I Ask


The Tony Bennett album, "The Many Moods Of Tony," was released in 1964. It peaked at #20 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "When Joanna Loved Me," "A Taste Of Honey," "Caravan," and "Limehouse Blues."
The Many Moods Of Tony


The Tony Bennett album, "When Lights Are Low," was released on April 20, 1964. It includes the songs "How Long Has This Been Going On?," "It Had To Be You," "Ain't Misbehavin'," and "When Lights Are Low." On this album, Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio. The trio included Ralph Sharon (piano), Hal Gaylord (bass), and Billy Exiner (drums).
When Lights Are Low


The Tony Bennett album, "Who Can I Turn To," was released on November 16, 1964. It peaked at #42 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (#33 in 1964), Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)," and "Autumn Leaves."
Who Can I Turn To


The Tony Bennett album, "If I Ruled The World: Songs For The Jet Set," was released on April 19, 1965. It peaked at #47 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "If I Ruled The World" (#34 in 1965), "Fly Me To The Moon," "Watch What Happens," and "Falling In Love With Love."
If I Ruled The World: Songs For The Jet Set


Tony Bennett's "Movie Song Album" was released on January 31, 1966. It peaked at #18 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "Maybe September" (theme from "The Oscar"), "Girl Talk," "Smile," "The Second Time Around," "Days Of Wine And Roses," and "The Trolley Song." "The Shadow Of Your Smile" won the 1966 Grammy Award for Song of the Year, and the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1966.
Movie Song Album


The Tony Bennett album, "Yesterday I Heard The Rain," was released on July 22, 1968. It includes the songs "Love Is Here To Stay," "Get Happy," "I Only Have Eyes For You," and "There Will Never Be Another You."
Yesterday I Heard The Rain


This CD includes two Tony Bennett albums. The album "For Once In My Life" (1967) features the songs "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Sometimes I'm Happy," and "For Once In My Life." The album "I've Gotta Be Me" (1969) features the songs "What The World Needs Now Is Love," "Alfie," and "I've Gotta Be Me."
For Once in My Life/I've Gotta Be Me


The album, "Tony Bennett's Something," was released on November 14, 1970. It features the songs "Something" (written by George Harrison), "The Long And Winding Road" (written by John Lennon and Paul McCarntey), "Everybody's Talkin'," "On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)," "Wave," "Make It Easy On Yourself," "Come Saturday Morning," and "What A Wonderful World."
Tony Bennett's "Something"


Improv was a record label started by Tony Bennett and businessman Bill Hassett in the seventies. The 4-CD box set, "Tony Bennett: The Complete Improv Recordings," features all of the albums Tony recorded for the label. They include "Life Is Beautiful" (1975), "The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album" (1975), "Tony Bennett & Bill Evans: Together Again" (1976), "Tony Bennett Sings 10 Rodgers And Hart Songs" (1976), "Tony Bennett Sings More Great Rodgers & Hart" (1976), and "Tony Bennett With The McPartlands And Friends Make Magnificent Music" (1977). Alternate takes and previously unreleased songs are also included. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The Complete Improv Recordings (4CD)


The Tony Bennett album, "The Art Of Excellence," was released in 1986. The album marked Tony's return to Columbia Records after fourteen years. It features the songs "Why Do People Fall In Love?/People," "A Rainy Day," "Everybody Has The Blues," and "How Do You Keep The Music Playing?" On this album, Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio. The trio included Ralph Sharon (piano), Paul Langosch (bass, bass guitar), and Joe La Barbera (drums).
The Art Of Excellence


The album "Bennett/Berlin" was released on November 10, 1987. All of the songs on this album were written by Irving Berlin, including "They Say It's Wonderful," "Cheek To Cheek," "Let's Face The Music And Dance," and "White Christmas." On this album Tony was accompanied by the Ralph Sharon trio, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Dexter Gordon (saxophone), and George Benson (guitar).
Bennett/Berlin


The Tony Bennett album, "Astoria: Portrait Of The Artist," was released on February 27, 1990. It includes the songs "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Body And Soul," "Speak Low," and "I've Come Home Again."
Astoria: Portrait Of The Artist


The Tony Bennett album, "Perfectly Frank," was released on September 15, 1992. For this tribute album to Frank Sinatra, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. It features the songs "The Lady Is A Tramp," "Time After Time," "Night And Day," "Day In, Day Out," "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)," and "I'll Be Seeing You."
Perfectly Frank


The Tony Bennett album, "Steppin' Out," was released on July 1, 1993. For this tribute album to Fred Astaire, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. It includes the songs "Dancing In The Dark," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Shall We Dance," and "Steppin' Out With My Baby."
Steppin' Out


The album "Tony Bennett Unplugged" was released on June 28, 1994. The album went platinum, and won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year, and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio, which included Ralph Sharon (piano), Doug Richeson (bass), and Clayton Cameron (drums). The album features Tony's performances of "Old Devil Moon," "Fly Me To The Moon," "Moonglow" (duet with K.D. Lang), "Rags To Riches," "When Joanna Loved Me," "Medley: The Good Life/I Wanna Be Around," and "I Left My Heart In San Francisco." This 2-disc set includes the DVD version of the unplugged concert. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Mtv Unplugged


The Tony Bennet Christmas album, "Snowfall," was originally released on November 6, 1968. It features the songs "Snowfall," "My Favorite Things," "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town," "The Christmas Song," and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." The 1994 reissue version includes the bonus track "I'll Be Home For Christmas" (performed live on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart).
Snowfall - The Tony Bennett Christmas Album


The Tony Bennett album, "Here's To The Ladies," was released on October 24, 1995. Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. Tony covers songs usually associated with female singers, such as "People" (Barbra Streisand), "Sentimental Journey" (Doris Day), and "Over The Rainbow" (Judy Garland).
Here'S To The Ladies


The Tony Bennett album, "On Holiday," was released on February 4, 1997. For this tribute album to Billie Holiday, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It includes the songs "Good Morning Heartache," "Willow Weep For Me," "Crazy She Calls Me," and "God Bless The Child" (posthumous duet with Billie Holiday).
Tony Bennett On Holiday: A Tribute To Billie Holiday


The Tony Bennett album, "The Playground," was released on September 29, 1998. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It includes the songs "Bein' Green" (with Kermit the frog), "Firefly" (with Kermit the frog), "Put On A Happy Face" (with Rosie O'Donnell), and "The Playground."
The Playground


The album, "Bennett Sings Ellington: Hot & Cool," was released on September 28, 1999. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. This tribute album to Duke Ellington was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "Mood Indigo," "Sophisticated Lady," "Caravan," "In A Sentimental Mood," "Take The "A' Train/Don't Get Around Much Anymore," and "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)."
Bennett Sings Ellington / Hot And Cool


Tony Bennett won the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. The album, "Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues," was released on November 6, 2001. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. In addition, the album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "New York State Of Mind" (with Billy Joel), "Everyday (I Have The Blues)" (with Stevie Wonder), "Evenin'" (with Ray Charles), "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" (with Bonnie Raitt), "Good Morning Heartache" (with Sheryl Crow), and "Let The Good Times Roll" (with B.B King).
Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues


The 2-CD, 39-song collection, "The Essential Tony Bennett," was released on July 23, 2002. It includes "Because Of You," "Stranger In Paradise," "Firefly" (#20 in 1958), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), "The Good Life" (#18 in 1963), and "Steppin' Out With My Baby." VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The Essential Tony Bennett (Rm) (2CD)


The Tony Bennet album, "A Wonderful World," was released on November 5, 2002. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. It peaked at #41 in Billboard's album chart. The album features Tony and K.D. Lang's versions of songs made famous by Louis Armstrong, including "Exactly Like You," "Dream A Little Dream Of Me," "That Lucky Old Sun," and "What A Wonderful World."
A Wonderful World


The 5-CD, 110-track box set, "Fifty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett," was released on October 12, 2004. It starts with "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" (recorded on April 17, 1950). It also includes "Because Of You," "Rags To Riches," "Ca, C'Est L'Amour" (#22 in 1957), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), "If I Ruled The World" (#34 in 1965), "Dancing In The Dark," and "Sophisticated Lady." It ends with the song "What A Wonderful World" (recorded in 2002). I give this box set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
Fifty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett (5CD)


The Tony Bennett album, "The Art Of Romance," was released on November 9, 2004. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "Close Enough For Love," "Time To Smile," and "Don't Like Goodbyes."
The Art Of Romance


The Tony Bennett album, "Duets: An American Classic," was released on September 26, 2006. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. The album also won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. In addition, the album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the duets "Rags To Riches" (with Elton John), "The Good Life" (with Billy Joel), "The Very Thought Of You" (with Paul McCartney), "For Once In My Life" (with Stevie Wonder), and "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" (with Sting).
Duets An American Classic [+video]


The 13-CD box set, "Tony Bennett: The Classic Collection," was released on February 6, 2007. It includes the albums "Cloud 7" (1955), "The Beat Of My Heart" (1957), "Tony Sings For Two" (1960), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (1962), "I Wanna Be Around" (1963), "When Lights Are Low" (1964), "If I Ruled The World: Songs For The Jet Set" (1965), "The Movie Song Album" (1966), "Tony Bennett & Bill Evans" (1975), "The Art Of Excellence" (1986), "Perfectly Frank" (1992), and "MTV Unplugged" (1994). The 13th CD is the 26-song "Singles Collection," which is exclusive to this box set. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The Classic Collection (13CD)


The Tony Bennett album, "A Swingin' Christmas," was released on October 14, 2008. It peaked at #28 in Billboard's album chart. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. Providing the musical accompaniment are Tony Bennett's combo, and the Count Basie Orchestra. The album features the songs "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "All I Want For Christmas Is You," "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," "The Christmas Waltz," and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas."
A Swingin'Christmas (CD/DVD)


The 2-CD, 57-song collection, "While We're Young - The Great Hit Sounds Of Tony Bennett," was released on February 18, 2011. It includes "Can You Find It In Your Heart" (#16 in 1956), "From The Candy Store On The Corner To The Chapel On The Hill" (#11 in 1956), "Happiness Street" (#38 in 1956), "In The Middle Of An Island" (#9 in 1957), "Firefly" (#20 in 1958), and "Young And Warm And Wonderful" (#23 in 1958). VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
While We're Young - The Great Hit Sounds Of Tony Bennett [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED] 2CD SET


The Tony Bennett album, "Duets II," was released on September 20, 2011. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart! The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the duets "Body And Soul" (with Amy Winehouse), "The Lady Is A Tramp" (with Lady Gaga), "How Do You Keep The Music Playing" (with Aretha Franklin), "It Had To Be You" (with Carrie Underwood), "Speak Low" (with Norah Jones), and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (with Michael Bublé).
Duets II [+Digital Booklet]
Duets II: The Great Performances (Blu-Ray)


The 76-disc box set, "Tony Bennett: The Complete Collection," was released on November 22, 2011. It includes 63 Tony Bennett albums in separate LP jackets, as well as six volumes of Tony’s non-album singles. It includes a CD of Tony's Las Vegas debut concert in 1964 (previously unreleased), as well as two CDs of rarities, including an Army V-Disc of "St. James Infirmary Blues," Tony's first recording. It also has three DVDs, including a documentary produced by Clint Eastwood. In addition, it includes an informative, 250-page booklet. If you have the money, and the time to listen to and watch everything, BUY THIS BOX SET IMMEDIATELY!
Tony Bennett: the Complete Collection


The Tony Bennett album, "Viva Duets," was released on October 22, 2012. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "For Once In My Life" (with Marc Anthony), Steppin' Out With My Baby" (with Christina Aguilera), "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (with Gloria Estefan), and "Rags To Riches" (with Romeo Santos). At age 86, Tony Bennett's voz es todavía grande (voice is still great)!
Viva Duets

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Anthony Dominick Benedetto was born in New York City on August 3, 1926. Tony Bennett's first hit song, "Because Of You," topped the charts in September of 1951. His first 10" album, "Because Of You," was released in 1952. The album was re-released in 1956 as part of Columbia's House Party Series. It includes the songs "Because Of You," "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Close Your Eyes," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love," "May I Never Love Again" and "Cinnamon Sinner."
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Tony Bennett's first 12" album, "Cloud 7," was released in 1955. It includes the songs "I Fall In Love Too Easily," "My Baby Just Cares For Me," "My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)," "Old Devil Moon," "Love Letters," "My Reverie," "Give Me The Simple Life," "While The Music Plays On," "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me," and "Darn That Dream."
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The Tony Bennett album, "The Beat Of My Heart," was released in 1957. It features the songs "Lullaby Of Broadway," "Just One Of Those Things," "Let's Face The Music And Dance," and "The Beat Of My Heart."
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The Tony Bennett album, "Long Ago And Far Away," was released in 1958. It includes the songs "The Way You Look Tonight," "Time After Time," "Fools Rush In," "Blue Moon," and "Long Ago (And Far Away)."
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The 23-song collection, "Together At Last/A Perfect Combination: The Complete Sessions 1958-1959," includes recordings Tony Bennett made with Count Basie. Songs include "Just In Time," "Pennies From Heaven," "Fascinatin' Rhythm," "Strike Up The Band," and "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face."
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The 4-CD box set, "8 Classic Albums," includes "Because Of You" (1952), "Alone At Last With Tony Bennett" (1955), "Cloud 7" (1955), "Tony" (1957; peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart), "The Beat Of My Heart" (1957), "Long Ago And Far Away" (1958), "Bennett & Basie Strike Up The Band" (1959), and "Hometown, My Town" (1959).
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The album, "Tony Bennett Sings A String Of Harold Arlen," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "Over The Rainbow," "Come Rain Or Come Shine," "Let's Fall In Love," and "I've Got The World On A String."
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The Tony Bennett album, "Alone Together," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," "Poor Butterfly," "How Long Has This Been Going On?," and "Sophisticated Lady."
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The Tony Bennett album, "To My Wonderful One," was released in 1960. It includes the songs "Till," "September Song," "Autumn Leaves," "April In Paris," "Last Night When We Were Young," and "Wonderful One."
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The Tony Bennett album, "Tony Sings For Two," was released in 1960. Backed only by pianist Ralph Sharon, Tony sings "I Didn't Know What Time It Was," "My Funny Valentine," "Where Or When," and "Skylark."
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The Tony Bennett album, "My Heart Sings," was released in 1961. It includes the songs "Dancing In The Dark," "Stella By Starlight," and "More Than You Know."
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The 2-CD, 44-song set, "Tony Bennett At Carnegie Hall - The Complete Concert," was recorded on June 9, 1962. The original album peaked at #37 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Tony's performances of of "Lullaby Of Broadway," "Just In Time," "Stranger In Paradise," "That Old Black Magic," "Rags To Riches," and "The Best Is Yet To Come."
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The Tony Bennett album, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco," was released on June 18, 1962. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. The title track, "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), won Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, and Best Solo Male Vocal Performance. It became Tony Bennet's signature song. The album also includes the songs "Once Upon A Time," "Love For Sale," "Taking A Chance On Love," "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," and "The Best Is Yet To Come."
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"Bennett & Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962" includes the complete Tony Bennett and Dave Brubeck performances from the White House Seminar American Jazz Concert, held on August 28, 1962. Songs performed by Tony include "Just In Time," "Rags To Riches," "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)," and "I Left My Heart In San Francisco." It also includes "Lullaby Of Broadway" and "That Old Black Magic" by Tony Bennett and the Dave Brubeck Trio.
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The Tony Bennett album, "I Wanna Be Around," was released on February 18, 1963. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Wanna Be Around" (#14 in 1963), "The Good Life" (#18 in 1963), and "I Will Live My Life For You."
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The Tony Bennett album, "This Is All I Ask," was released on July 1, 1963. It peaked at #24 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "The Way That I Feel," "This Is All I Ask," and "On The Other Side Of The Tracks."
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The Tony Bennett album, "The Many Moods Of Tony," was released in 1964. It peaked at #20 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "When Joanna Loved Me," "A Taste Of Honey," "Caravan," and "Limehouse Blues."
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The Tony Bennett album, "When Lights Are Low," was released on April 20, 1964. It includes the songs "How Long Has This Been Going On?," "It Had To Be You," "Ain't Misbehavin'," and "When Lights Are Low." On this album, Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio. The trio included Ralph Sharon (piano), Hal Gaylord (bass), and Billy Exiner (drums).
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The Tony Bennett album, "Who Can I Turn To," was released on November 16, 1964. It peaked at #42 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (#33 in 1964), Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)," and "Autumn Leaves."
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The Tony Bennett album, "If I Ruled The World: Songs For The Jet Set," was released on April 19, 1965. It peaked at #47 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "If I Ruled The World" (#34 in 1965), "Fly Me To The Moon," "Watch What Happens," and "Falling In Love With Love."
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Tony Bennett's "Movie Song Album" was released on January 31, 1966. It peaked at #18 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "Maybe September" (theme from "The Oscar"), "Girl Talk," "Smile," "The Second Time Around," "Days Of Wine And Roses," and "The Trolley Song." "The Shadow Of Your Smile" won the 1966 Grammy Award for Song of the Year, and the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1966.
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The Tony Bennett album, "Yesterday I Heard The Rain," was released on July 22, 1968. It includes the songs "Love Is Here To Stay," "Get Happy," "I Only Have Eyes For You," and "There Will Never Be Another You."
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This CD includes two Tony Bennett albums. The album "For Once In My Life" (1967) features the songs "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Sometimes I'm Happy," and "For Once In My Life." The album "I've Gotta Be Me" (1969) features the songs "What The World Needs Now Is Love," "Alfie," and "I've Gotta Be Me."
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The album, "Tony Bennett's Something," was released on November 14, 1970. It features the songs "Something" (written by George Harrison), "The Long And Winding Road" (written by John Lennon and Paul McCarntey), "Everybody's Talkin'," "On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)," "Wave," "Make It Easy On Yourself," "Come Saturday Morning," and "What A Wonderful World."
24.  Tony Bennett's "Something"  by Tony Bennett
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Improv was a record label started by Tony Bennett and businessman Bill Hassett in the seventies. The 4-CD box set, "Tony Bennett: The Complete Improv Recordings," features all of the albums Tony recorded for the label. They include "Life Is Beautiful" (1975), "The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album" (1975), "Tony Bennett & Bill Evans: Together Again" (1976), "Tony Bennett Sings 10 Rodgers And Hart Songs" (1976), "Tony Bennett Sings More Great Rodgers & Hart" (1976), and "Tony Bennett With The McPartlands And Friends Make Magnificent Music" (1977). Alternate takes and previously unreleased songs are also included. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
25.  The Complete Improv Recordings (4CD) [Box set] [Original recording remastered]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "The Art Of Excellence," was released in 1986. The album marked Tony's return to Columbia Records after fourteen years. It features the songs "Why Do People Fall In Love?/People," "A Rainy Day," "Everybody Has The Blues," and "How Do You Keep The Music Playing?" On this album, Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio. The trio included Ralph Sharon (piano), Paul Langosch (bass, bass guitar), and Joe La Barbera (drums).
26.  The Art Of Excellence  by Tony Bennett
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The album "Bennett/Berlin" was released on November 10, 1987. All of the songs on this album were written by Irving Berlin, including "They Say It's Wonderful," "Cheek To Cheek," "Let's Face The Music And Dance," and "White Christmas." On this album Tony was accompanied by the Ralph Sharon trio, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Dexter Gordon (saxophone), and George Benson (guitar).
27.  Bennett/Berlin  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Astoria: Portrait Of The Artist," was released on February 27, 1990. It includes the songs "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams," "Body And Soul," "Speak Low," and "I've Come Home Again."
28.  Astoria: Portrait Of The Artist  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Perfectly Frank," was released on September 15, 1992. For this tribute album to Frank Sinatra, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. It features the songs "The Lady Is A Tramp," "Time After Time," "Night And Day," "Day In, Day Out," "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)," and "I'll Be Seeing You."
29.  Perfectly Frank  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Steppin' Out," was released on July 1, 1993. For this tribute album to Fred Astaire, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. It includes the songs "Dancing In The Dark," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Shall We Dance," and "Steppin' Out With My Baby."
30.  Steppin' Out  by Tony Bennett
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The album "Tony Bennett Unplugged" was released on June 28, 1994. The album went platinum, and won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year, and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. Tony was backed by the Ralph Sharon Trio, which included Ralph Sharon (piano), Doug Richeson (bass), and Clayton Cameron (drums). The album features Tony's performances of "Old Devil Moon," "Fly Me To The Moon," "Moonglow" (duet with K.D. Lang), "Rags To Riches," "When Joanna Loved Me," "Medley: The Good Life/I Wanna Be Around," and "I Left My Heart In San Francisco." This 2-disc set includes the DVD version of the unplugged concert. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
31.  Mtv Unplugged  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennet Christmas album, "Snowfall," was originally released on November 6, 1968. It features the songs "Snowfall," "My Favorite Things," "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town," "The Christmas Song," and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas." The 1994 reissue version includes the bonus track "I'll Be Home For Christmas" (performed live on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart).
32.  Snowfall - The Tony Bennett Christmas Album  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Here's To The Ladies," was released on October 24, 1995. Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. Tony covers songs usually associated with female singers, such as "People" (Barbra Streisand), "Sentimental Journey" (Doris Day), and "Over The Rainbow" (Judy Garland).
33.  Here'S To The Ladies  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "On Holiday," was released on February 4, 1997. For this tribute album to Billie Holiday, Tony won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It includes the songs "Good Morning Heartache," "Willow Weep For Me," "Crazy She Calls Me," and "God Bless The Child" (posthumous duet with Billie Holiday).
34.  Tony Bennett On Holiday: A Tribute To Billie Holiday  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "The Playground," was released on September 29, 1998. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It includes the songs "Bein' Green" (with Kermit the frog), "Firefly" (with Kermit the frog), "Put On A Happy Face" (with Rosie O'Donnell), and "The Playground."
35.  The Playground  by Tony Bennett
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The album, "Bennett Sings Ellington: Hot & Cool," was released on September 28, 1999. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. This tribute album to Duke Ellington was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "Mood Indigo," "Sophisticated Lady," "Caravan," "In A Sentimental Mood," "Take The "A' Train/Don't Get Around Much Anymore," and "It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)."
36.  Bennett Sings Ellington / Hot And Cool  by Tony Bennett
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Tony Bennett won the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. The album, "Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues," was released on November 6, 2001. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. In addition, the album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "New York State Of Mind" (with Billy Joel), "Everyday (I Have The Blues)" (with Stevie Wonder), "Evenin'" (with Ray Charles), "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" (with Bonnie Raitt), "Good Morning Heartache" (with Sheryl Crow), and "Let The Good Times Roll" (with B.B King).
37.  Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues  by Tony Bennett
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The 2-CD, 39-song collection, "The Essential Tony Bennett," was released on July 23, 2002. It includes "Because Of You," "Stranger In Paradise," "Firefly" (#20 in 1958), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), "The Good Life" (#18 in 1963), and "Steppin' Out With My Baby." VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
38.  The Essential Tony Bennett (Rm) (2CD) [Limited Edition] [Original recording remastered]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennet album, "A Wonderful World," was released on November 5, 2002. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. It peaked at #41 in Billboard's album chart. The album features Tony and K.D. Lang's versions of songs made famous by Louis Armstrong, including "Exactly Like You," "Dream A Little Dream Of Me," "That Lucky Old Sun," and "What A Wonderful World."
39.  A Wonderful World  by Tony Bennett & k.d. lang
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The 5-CD, 110-track box set, "Fifty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett," was released on October 12, 2004. It starts with "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" (recorded on April 17, 1950). It also includes "Because Of You," "Rags To Riches," "Ca, C'Est L'Amour" (#22 in 1957), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (#19 in 1962), "If I Ruled The World" (#34 in 1965), "Dancing In The Dark," and "Sophisticated Lady." It ends with the song "What A Wonderful World" (recorded in 2002). I give this box set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
40.  Fifty Years: The Artistry Of Tony Bennett (5CD) [Box set] [Original recording remastered]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "The Art Of Romance," was released on November 9, 2004. It won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the songs "Close Enough For Love," "Time To Smile," and "Don't Like Goodbyes."
41.  The Art Of Romance  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Duets: An American Classic," was released on September 26, 2006. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. The album also won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Album. In addition, the album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the duets "Rags To Riches" (with Elton John), "The Good Life" (with Billy Joel), "The Very Thought Of You" (with Paul McCartney), "For Once In My Life" (with Stevie Wonder), and "The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" (with Sting).
42.  Duets An American Classic [+video]  by Tony Bennett
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The 13-CD box set, "Tony Bennett: The Classic Collection," was released on February 6, 2007. It includes the albums "Cloud 7" (1955), "The Beat Of My Heart" (1957), "Tony Sings For Two" (1960), "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" (1962), "I Wanna Be Around" (1963), "When Lights Are Low" (1964), "If I Ruled The World: Songs For The Jet Set" (1965), "The Movie Song Album" (1966), "Tony Bennett & Bill Evans" (1975), "The Art Of Excellence" (1986), "Perfectly Frank" (1992), and "MTV Unplugged" (1994). The 13th CD is the 26-song "Singles Collection," which is exclusive to this box set. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
43.  The Classic Collection (13CD) [Box set] [Original recording remastered]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "A Swingin' Christmas," was released on October 14, 2008. It peaked at #28 in Billboard's album chart. The album was produced by Phil Ramone. Providing the musical accompaniment are Tony Bennett's combo, and the Count Basie Orchestra. The album features the songs "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "All I Want For Christmas Is You," "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," "The Christmas Waltz," and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas."
44.  A Swingin'Christmas (CD/DVD)  by Tony Bennett
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The 2-CD, 57-song collection, "While We're Young - The Great Hit Sounds Of Tony Bennett," was released on February 18, 2011. It includes "Can You Find It In Your Heart" (#16 in 1956), "From The Candy Store On The Corner To The Chapel On The Hill" (#11 in 1956), "Happiness Street" (#38 in 1956), "In The Middle Of An Island" (#9 in 1957), "Firefly" (#20 in 1958), and "Young And Warm And Wonderful" (#23 in 1958). VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
45.  While We're Young - The Great Hit Sounds Of Tony Bennett [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED] 2CD SET [Import]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Duets II," was released on September 20, 2011. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart! The album was produced by Phil Ramone. It features the duets "Body And Soul" (with Amy Winehouse), "The Lady Is A Tramp" (with Lady Gaga), "How Do You Keep The Music Playing" (with Aretha Franklin), "It Had To Be You" (with Carrie Underwood), "Speak Low" (with Norah Jones), and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (with Michael Bublé).
46.  Duets II [+Digital Booklet]  by Tony Bennett
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47.  Duets II: The Great Performances (Blu-Ray) [Multiple Formats] [Blu-ray] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Tony Bennett
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The 76-disc box set, "Tony Bennett: The Complete Collection," was released on November 22, 2011. It includes 63 Tony Bennett albums in separate LP jackets, as well as six volumes of Tony’s non-album singles. It includes a CD of Tony's Las Vegas debut concert in 1964 (previously unreleased), as well as two CDs of rarities, including an Army V-Disc of "St. James Infirmary Blues," Tony's first recording. It also has three DVDs, including a documentary produced by Clint Eastwood. In addition, it includes an informative, 250-page booklet. If you have the money, and the time to listen to and watch everything, BUY THIS BOX SET IMMEDIATELY!
48.  Tony Bennett: the Complete Collection [Import]  by Tony Bennett
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The Tony Bennett album, "Viva Duets," was released on October 22, 2012. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "For Once In My Life" (with Marc Anthony), Steppin' Out With My Baby" (with Christina Aguilera), "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (with Gloria Estefan), and "Rags To Riches" (with Romeo Santos). At age 86, Tony Bennett's voz es todavía grande (voice is still great)!
49.  Viva Duets  by Tony Bennett
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50.  The Zen Of Bennett [Blu-ray] [Multiple Formats] [Blu-ray] [NTSC] [Widescreen]  DVD ~ Tony Bennett
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