This is the discography for American pop musician Steve Lawrence. Steve Lawrence (1953, King). About That Girl (1956, Coral). Songs by Steve Lawrence (1957, Coral). Here's Steve Lawrence (1958, Coral). All About Love (1959, Coral). Swing Softly with Me (1959, ABC-Paramount). Songs Everybody Knows (1960, Coral). We Got Us with Eydie Gorme (1960, ABC-Paramount). Steve & Eydie Sing the Golden Hits with Eydie Gorme (1960, ABC-Paramount). Best of Steve Lawrence (1960, ABC-Paramount).
The Steve Lawrence Sound, Portrait of My Love. The Orchard Music, WMG (от лица компании "Stage Door"); EMI Music Publishing. The Steve Lawrence Sound, Portrait of My Love. The Orchard Music, WMG (от лица компании "Stage Door"); ASCAP.
Steve Lawrence (born July 8, 1935) is an American singer and actor, perhaps best known as a member of a duo with his wife Eydie Gormé, billed as "Steve and Eydie". The two appeared together since appearing regularly on Tonight Starring Steve Allen in the mid-1950s until Gormé's retirement. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Steve Lawrence Show Album.
Songs from The Steve Lawrence Show by Steve Lawrence. Free download and listen The Steve Lawrence Show. Style: pop. Album year: 1965. Steve Lawrence - The Warm Hours 03:35. Steve Lawrence - What's New Pussycat 02:17. Steve Lawrence - Millions Of Roses 03:14. Steve Lawrence - A Room Without Windows 03:10. Steve Lawrence - Remember 03:15. Steve Lawrence - What Now My Love 02:32. Steve Lawrence - You'll Never Know 03:48. Steve Lawrence - I Hear a Rhapsody 03:23. Steve Lawrence - Sweet Maria 02:45. Steve Lawrence - Love Me With All Your Heart 02:15. Steve Lawrence - My Claire De Lune 02:47. Steve Lawrence - The Time Has Come To Say Goodnight 00:46.
The Steve Lawrence Show premiered on Monday night, September 13, 1965, at ten o'clock. It lasted only until December, but there was also an album called The Steve Lawrence Show that made the charts. Lawrence and Gorme continued to record for Columbia with diminishing commercial results, and to perform live and on television in 1966 and 1967. In late 1967, they began working on a Broadway musical that would star both of them, Golden Rainbow. The original Broadway cast album was released on Calendar, for which Lawrence and Gorme also made singles in 1968, but by the end of the year they had switched to RCA Victor Records. In 1969, RCA released their last two chart LPs, a concept album (or "original albumusical," as it was billed) composed by Gordon Jenkins and called What It Was, Was Love and Real True Lovin'.
|A1||Once In A Lifetime|
|A2||Love Theme From "The Sandpiper"|
|A3||Where Can I Go|
|A4||The Sweetheart Tree|
|A5||The Warm Hours|
|A6||What's New Pussycat?|
|B1||Millions Of Roses|
|B2||A Room Without Windows|
|B4||What Now My Love|
|B5||You'll Never Know|
|B6||The Time Has Come To Say Goodnight|
NotesFull Title on front cover THE STEVE LAWRENCE SHOW - MILLIONS OF ROSES
|CL 2419||Steve Lawrence||The Steve Lawrence Show (LP, Mono)||Columbia||CL 2419||US||1965|
|22AP 2727||Steve Lawrence||The Steve Lawrence Show (LP, Album, Promo, RE)||CBS/Sony||22AP 2727||Japan||1983|
|22AP 2727||Steve Lawrence||The Steve Lawrence Show (LP, Album, RE)||CBS/Sony||22AP 2727||Japan||1983|
|CL 2419||Steve Lawrence||The Steve Lawrence Show (LP, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||CL 2419||US||1965|
|CS 9219||Steve Lawrence||The Steve Lawrence Show (LP)||Columbia||CS 9219||US||1965|