This page is a discography of American singer-songwriter Bobby Vinton. 1961: Dancing at the Hop. 1961: Bobby Vinton Plays for His Li'l Darlin's. 1962: Roses Are Red (US 1962: Bobby Vinton Sings the Big Ones (US 1963: The Greatest Hits of the Golden Groups. 1963: Blue on Blue (reissued as Blue Velvet after the success of the hit of the same name) (US 1964: There! I've Said It Again (US 1964: Tell Me Why (US 1964: A Very Merry Christmas (US 1964: Mr. Lonely (US
Bobby Vinton (born April 16, 1935) is an American pop music singer. At 16, Vinton formed his first band, which played clubs around the Pittsburgh area. Bobby Vinton (born April 16, 1935) is an American pop music singer.
The Best of Bobby Vinton (2004 album). The Best of Bobby Vinton is a collection of 14 Top 40 hits that Bobby Vinton had for Epic Records. It is the second compilation to be entitled The Best of Bobby Vinton, the previous collection being released in 1985.
With Love was Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth and final studio album for Epic Records and his twenty-fifth album altogether. It was released in 1974, two years after Epic released Vinton from his contract with them and immediately after the release of Melodies of Love (Vinton's first album for ABC Records). The purpose of this release was to take advantage of the success of the aforementioned Melodies of Love and his biggest hit at the time "My Melody of Love". Bobby Vinton - producer. Billy Sherrill - producer ("And I Love You So" and "I Can't Believe That It's All Over"). Jimmy Wisner - producer ("Seasons in the Sun"). Bob Morgan - producer ("Clinging Vine"). Moody" produced by Dick Glasser - producer ("Moody"). Al Capps - arranger ("Sealed With a Kiss", "Hurt" and "I Love You the Way You Are"). Bill Pursell - string arrangements ("I Can't Believe That It's All Over").
With Love is Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth and final studio album for Epic Records and his twenty-fifth album altogether. Melodies of Love is Bobby Vinton's twenty-fourth studio album and his first studio album for ABC Records. It was released in 1974. The album was released in response to popular demand, following Vinton's million-selling single "My Melody of Love", his first single in two years, which proved a.
Timeless is the thirty-fifth studio album by Bobby Vinton, released in 1989. Two singles came from this album: "It's Been One of Those Days" and "Please Tell Her That I Said Hello". Ain't No Pleasin' You - (Chas Hodges, Dave Peacock) - 3:57. What Did You Do With Your Old 45s - (Pam A. Hanna, George Pickard) - 3:55. Side 2. (Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I - (Bill Trader) - 2:34.
|A1||My Heart Belongs To Only You|
|A3||My Foolish Heart|
|A6||My Heart Cries For You|
|B1||Warm And Tender|
|B3||Always In My Heart|
NotesOrange Vinyl, thin paper sleeve
|FL-1135||Bobby Vinton||A Date With Bobby (LP, Unofficial, Ora)||First Record||FL-1135||Taiwan||Unknown|