Al Martino (October 7, 1927 - October 13, 2009) was a highly regarded traditional pop singer with a long string of hits from 1952-1978 including "I Love You Because" (1963), "I Love You More And More Every Day" (1964), "Spanish Eyes" (1966), and "Volare" (1975).
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- Always Together 1964
(This romantic traditional pop song was written by Peter DeAngelis and Jean Sawyer.)
- I Love You Because 1963
(This song, which first topped the Country charts for Leon Payne in 1950, also became a Country chart hit for many other artists thereafter.)
- I Love You More And More Every Day 1964
- Living A Lie 1963
- Mary In The Morning 1967
- Painted, Tainted Rose 1963
- Spanish Eyes 1965
- Tears And Roses 1964
- Think I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep 1966
- To The Door Of The Sun (Alle Porte Del Sole) 1974
- Volare 1975
(This song previously topped the charts for Domenico Modugno (1958) and also became a hit for Dean Martin (1958), the McGuire Sisters (1958), and Bobby Rydell (1960). (Full title: "Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu)"))
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