Let's Talk About Love songs Product Information
Let's Talk About Love album for sale by Joanie Sommers was released Nov 06, 2001 on the Collectors' Choice Music label. At the time of the release of this little-known LP (singer Joanie Sommers' fifth for Warner Bros), she was being packaged as the "voice of youth." Backed by a big band arranged and conducted by Tommy Oliver, Sommers interprets a dozen songs having something to do with love, programmed so as to tell a story. Sommers' voice at this point in time was quite musical but can be a bit of an acquired taste. Let's Talk About Love CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||It's all about love!!!|
Of all the albums Ms. Sommers recorded during her Warner Bros. years, this is by far the best, thanks to the superb song selection (all based on the many moods of love) and the slam-dunk big band/string arrangements so superbly written by Tommy Oliver.
By Brenda (Levittown, PA USA)
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Let's Talk About Love songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2262324|
|Label||Collectors' Choice Music|
|Release Date||Nov 06, 2001|
|Recording Time||35 minutes|
|Personnel||Joanie Sommers - vocals|
Tommy Oliver - arranger, conductor
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