Artist: Bobby Vinton. Album: 16 Most Requested, 1991. Just as much as ever. Unfortunately, a lot of people are stupid. They get drunk and do all the wrong things in life. I just played it straight.
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 pays tribute to his Polish heritage. Known for his angelic vocals in 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. Bobby Vinton is a nine-track collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton, released in 1978. It contains two singles and seven album tracks, all randomly picked and recorded for ABC Records.
Lonely" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer Bobby Vinton. The song was first released on Vinton's 1962 album Roses Are Red. Vinton began writing the song while serving in the Army. The song describes a soldier who is sent overseas and has no communication with his home. The singer laments his condition and wishes for someone to talk with.
He owned, and performed at, the Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet Theatre in Branson, Missouri until 2002, when the theater was sold to David King, creator and producer of Spirit of the Dance. Vinton returned to Branson periodically for limited engagements at the theater. Just as Much as Ever". Take Good Care of My Baby". Halfway to Paradise". I Love How You Love Me". "To Know Him Is to Love Him". The Days of Sand and Shovels". Why Don't They Understand".
Just As Much As Ever. This song is by Bobby Vinton and appears on the album Please Love Me Forever (1967) and on the compilation album 16 Most Requested Songs (1991). Just as much as everI need you and want you to be hereJust as much as everI love you, and always will, my dear. Even though we two are partedMy feelings for you never dropFor loving you is something I startedAnd don't know how to stop.
In 1967, Bobby Vinton released a version of "Just as Much as Ever" as a single and on the album Please Love Me Forever. Vinton's version spent 8 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 24, while reaching No. 10 on Billboard's Easy Listening chart, No. 14 on the Cash Box Top 100, No. 13 on Record World's "100 Top Pops", No. 6 on Record World's "Top Non-Rock" chart, No. 3 on Record World's "Juke Box Top 25", and No. 11 on Canada's RPM 10. .
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Just As Much As Ever
Written-By – C. Singleton*, L. Coleman*
Written-By – B. Vinton*, G. Allan*
Arranged By, Conductor
Robert Mersey (tracks: B)
Billy Sherrill (tracks: A),
Bob Morgan (tracks: B)
Just As Much As Ever / Another Memory (7", Single)
Just As Much As Ever (7", Single, San)
Performer:Bobby Vinton Genre: Pop Title: Just As Much As Ever Country: US Released: 1967 Style: Vocal MP3 version ZIP size: 1225 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1740 mb Rating: 4.5 Votes: 398 Other Formats: ASF AIFF MP2 MP1 APE DXD AHX
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