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Gene Pitney - Just One Smile flac album
Just One Smile
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Album: Just One Smile, 2011. Has been played on. United Kingdom 13.

Just One Smile, 02:44. Leave My Laurie Alone, 02:26. Losing Control, 02:38. In The) Cold Light of Day, 02:42. Rising Tide of Love, 02:48. In Love Again, 02:53. She Believes In Me, 03:08.

Just One Smile Gene Pitney. Listen on Apple Music. 12 Songs, 31 Minutes. Released: 1 Apr 1967. Gusto Records, In. Nashville, Tennessee. Backstage (I'm Lonely). It Hurts to Be In Love and Eleven More Hit Songs.

Features Song Lyrics for Gene Pitney's Just One Smile (Original Musicor Recording) album. Gene Pitney - Just One Smile (Original Musicor Recording) Album Lyrics. 1. Just One Smile (Original Musicor Recording) Lyrics. Gene Pitney Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Read or print original Just One Smile lyrics 2019 updated! Can't I cry? A little bit, There's nobody to notice it, Can't I cry if . About Just One Smile lyrics. Album I Must Be Seeing Things (1965). Label Musicor Records. gone Just one smile to make my life worth living A little dream to build my world upon How I wish I could say All the things that I want to say If some way you could see what's in my heart I don't ask for much A look, a smile, a touch Try to forget Lord knows I'm trying. But it's hard to forget when your whole world is dying (2x fading on 2nd) Just one smile the pain's forgiven Just one kiss the hurt's all gone Just one smile to make my life worth living A little dream to build my world upon. Songwriters: RANDY NEWMAN.

Just picked up on this, Thank You. When he sang, the world stopped to listen. yit That is just fine! ;-) 7 years назад. Dusty Springfield - Just one smile.

Background information. Gene Francis Alan Pitney. Also known as. Billy Bryan. Pitney was present with Phil Spector at some of the Rolling Stones' early recording sessions in London, including "Little by Little" and other tracks for their debut album; he played piano, though the extent is uncertain. The Jagger/Richards song "That Girl Belongs to Yesterday" was a No. 7 UK hit for Pitney in 1964; it was the first tune composed by the duo to become a Top 10 hit in the UK. In the . the single stalled at No. 49, ending a run of seven Top 40 singles for Pitney as a performer. Maintaining popularity. Just One Smile" (A-side).

Single by Gene Pitney. from the album Looking Through the Eyes of Love. Just One Smile" was covered by Blood, Sweat & Tears on their 1968 album, Child Is Father to the Man. That version was just one of a number of covers of the song, which have been recorded by Dusty Springfield, Eternity's Children, Walter Jackson, Sheena Easton, and the Sensations, amongst others. For example, Marcia Hines covered the song The original version of the song was recorded by the Tokens in 1965, on the B-side to their single "The Bells Of St. Mary".


A1 Just One Smile 2:40
A2 The Boss's Daughter 2:43
A3 Leave My Laurie Alone 2:30
A4 Losing Control 2:37
A5 (In The) Cold Light Of Day 2:42
A6 Lonely Drifter 2:49
B1 The Comedian 2:30
B2 Rising Tide Of Love 2:51
B3 Another Page 2:24
B4 In Love Again 2:55
B5 She Believes In Me 3:06
B6 Ask Me How Much I Love You 2:17


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS 3117, MS3117 Gene Pitney Just One Smile ‎(LP, Album, Ter) Musicor Records, Musicor Records MS 3117, MS3117 US 1967
S 62 946 Gene Pitney Just One Smile ‎(LP, Album) CBS S 62 946 Germany 1967
SL 10212 Gene Pitney Just One Smile ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Stateside SL 10212 UK 1967
MM 2117, MM2117 Gene Pitney Just One Smile ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Musicor Records, Musicor Records MM 2117, MM2117 US 1967
SSL 10212 Gene Pitney Just One Smile ‎(LP, Album) Stateside SSL 10212 UK 1967
  • Maveri
Not Gene's finest, certainly, but there are some worthwhile gems here. The title track is an early Randy Newman composition, one that will be instantly familiar. "Losing Control" is an excellent song in the Pitney style, and "The Comedian", although it's a bit gimmicky in terms of vocal backing, is a somewhat tougher rocker that fits Gene's style perfectly. Weirdly, although this album was issued in 1967, cuts like "The Boss's Daughter" and "Lonely Drifter" sound like leftovers from 1963 - it's like The Beatles never happened (probably Art Talmadge's doing). Overall not a bad record, but not one to seek out unless it falls into your path.