Johnny Mathis is the first studio album by vocalist Johnny Mathis that was released by Columbia Records in 1956. The subtitle A New Sound in Popular Song can be found on the back cover but not on the front of the album or the disc label; in fact, this Mathis LP has been referred to as "the jazz album".
Merry Christmas is the first Christmas album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis and was released by Columbia Records on October 6, 1958. The selections are a mix of traditional Christmas carols ("Silent Night", "O Holy Night", "The First Noel") and holiday hits ("The Christmas Song", "White Christmas", "Silver Bells"). Four songs from the album – "Winter Wonderland", "Blue Christmas", "White Christmas", and "Sleigh Ride" – were also released on the EP Merry Christmas, Vol. 1, which reached number two during the 1958 holiday season and number seven the following year on the magazine's Best-Selling Pop EPs chart. It was issued in the UK by Fontana Records and was later reissued as an LP with a different cover both there and in the US.
Johnny Mathis chronology. I'm Coming Home (1973). Johnny Mathis Sings the Great Songs (1974). I'm Coming Home is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 21, 1973, by Columbia Records and was mainly composed of material written by the songwriting team of its producer, Thom Bell, and Linda Creed. Unlike several of the Mathis albums before it, I'm Coming Home relied primarily on new songs and included only two covers of established chart hits, both of which were by The Stylistics ("I'm Stone in Love with You" and "Stop Look and Listen to Your Heart")
This Is Love (Johnny Mathis album). This Is Love is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released by Mercury Records on September 18, 1964, and included three covers of Nat King Cole recordings ("The Touch of Your Lips" and "Poinciana (Song of the Tree)" from the Cole album The Touch of Your Lips and "The End of a Love Affair" from his LP Where Did Everyone Go?) as well as two more songs from "Fly Me to the Moon" composer Bart Howard.
Johnny Mathis-winter Wonderland. Jump For Joy. Just Friends. Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town. Satin Doll (instrumental).
Listen to music from Johnny Mathis like It's Not for Me to Say - From the MGM Film "Lizzie", Misty & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johnny Mathis. The fourth of seven children, John Royce Mathis was born on September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, TX to Clem and Mildred Mathis. As a small boy, the family moved to Post Street in San Francisco. It was there that he learned an appreciation of music from his father who taught him his first song, My Blue Heaven.
Johnny Mathis (album). Johnny Mathis is the debut studio album by vocalist Johnny Mathis that was released by Columbia Records in 1956. The subtitle A New Sound in Popular Song can be found on the back cover but not on the front of the album or the disc label; in fact, this Mathis LP has been referred to as "the jazz album"
Your world was not the kind I ever thought I'd find Myself to be a part of. Oh but here I stand In the middle of a foreign land A stranger with love in his heart mmmm. And I've chosen you to be mine So girl lets not waste no time Lets not worry about what they say Lets take care of what is ours today.
Johnny Mathis' debut album from 1956, often referred to as "the jazz album," features Mathis backed by legends like . Johnson, Buck Clayton, John Lewis, Art Farmer, Milt Hinton, and Ray Brown, with arrangements from Gil Evans, Teo Macero, and Manny Albam. Although much extra material was recorded at these sessions, all of the unused masters were destroyed. Only "I'm Glad There Is You" survived, and is added here as a bonus track. Although Mathis swings comfortably on these sides, the fit wasn't a good one, and the album wasn't a commercial success
Johnny Mathis was a light music and pop singer in the rock era. Johnny Mathis was famous for singing many pop and contemporary standards, and often used back up orchestration with big bands conducted by Ray Conniff, Ray Ellis, or Percy Faith who backed his 1958 Christmas song classics. Although Johnny Mathis started his music career in 1957, his greatest hit came decades later in 1978 with his second number one song, Too Much, Too Little, Too Late, a duet with Deniece Williams. Popular Tune Timeline for Johnny Mathis.
|A||Sail On White Moon||3:12|
|B||The Heart Of A Woman||2:57|
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