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Steve & Eydie - What It Was, Was Love FLAC album

Performer: Steve & Eydie
Genre: Pop music / Stage and Screen
Title: What It Was, Was Love
Country: Canada
Released: 1969
FLAC version ZIP size: 1909 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1887 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1117 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 959

Steve and Eydie is the name of an American pop vocal duet, consisting of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé. They were a husband and wife team from their wedding in 1957 until Eydie's death in 2013. Both have also had separate careers as solo singers. The performer name on their duet releases was denoted as "Steve and Eydie", without the last names.

There was a Gorme solo album, It Was a Good Time, in 1971, and a duo album, The World of Steve & Eydie, in 1972, that produced a final pop singles chart entry, "We Can Make It Together," featuring the Osmonds; this was followed by a few singles in 1973. After that, Gorme was no longer a factor in the pop charts. In September 1976, she returned to the Easy Listening chart with her version of "What I Did for Love" from the Broadway musical A Chorus Line on United Artists Records. The success of the Gershwin program led to other composer tribute albums, and the 1978 special Steve and Eydie Celebrate Irving Berlin won seven Emmys, including one for Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Program (Special or Series) that went to Gorme and Lawrence as performers, along with the producers and executive producers.

Steve Lawrence, the 1960s-era singer and comedian who performed at nightclubs and on television with his wife Eydie Gorme, said on Tuesday he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Lawrence married Gorme in 1957 and together they became a staple on American late-night and variety television. In a letter released by his publicist, the 83-year-old Lawrence said the disease was in its early stages and he was "being treated with medications under the supervision of some of the finest doctors in the field. Fortunately, they have managed to slow down this horrific process," he said. Lawrence married Gorme in 1957 and together they became a staple on American late-night and variety television programs. Their playful husband-and-wife banter was a distinctive element of their performances over the decades.

What Are You Doing New Year's Eve - Eydie Gorme. 12. Hurry Home for Christmas. 13. That Ol' Christmas Spirit - Steve Lawrence. The original album was released in 1964 on Columbia Records: CL 2262 and CS 9062 for the stereo version. The back cover is green instead of red, but the front cover is pretty much the same except for the Columbia eye logo is missing in the upper left hand corner. The first song I remember from this album while I was growing up was their version of Sleigh Ride with all the exaggerated laughter towards the end of the song. According to the people for who it was bought, my parents, it filled the bill of what they expected from Steve and Eydie. I purchased this after Christmas 2016.

What It Was, Was Love with Eydie Gorme (1969). Ramblin' Rose(1969, Harmony). The More I See You(1969, Vocalion). On A Clear Day – Steve Sings Up A Storm (1970). A Man and a Woman with Eydie Gorme (1970). Love me with all your heart(1970, Harmony). Go Away Little Girl(1971, Harmony). Portrait of Steve (1972). Steve Lawrence Sound/Portrait of My Love (2005). Steve Lawrence Show + 4 Bonus Track (2009). When You Come Back to Me Again (2014). Steve Lawrence Conquers Broadway (2014). Single (A-side, B-side) Both sides from same album except where indicated.

Eydie Gormé & Steve Lawrence Songs From "The Golden Circle" Label: ABC Catalogue Number: ABC 311 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: USA Released: 1960. Genre: Soundtracks & Musicals. EYDIE GORME & STEVE LAWRENCE What It Was, Was Love Ex+ RCA '69 LP. If only one grading is present, there is no picture cover. Cover and record are both still in strongest excellent plus shape: Only the most minor signs of light storage and lightest traces of age. The record will get to you in the condition it leaves here.

Steve and Eydie performed a tribute to George Gershwin on a their television special Our Love Is Here to Stay, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Music or Comedy Special. Two years later they sang on Steve and Eydie Celebrate Irving Berlin and again won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Music or Comedy Special. In 1989 they started the record label GL Music. They sang with Frank Sinatra on his seventieth-birthday tour and on his album Duets II (1994). It Was a Good Time" b/w "Mem'ries and Souvenirs" (Non-album track). - 23. - - - It Was a Good Time. Butterfly" b/w "Mr. Number One".


A1 What It Was, Was Love 2:17
A2 What You Say 2:08
A3 A Secret Place 3:27
A4 Where You Are 2:20
A5 Yeah, But What If? 4:09
A6 A Man 2:56
A7 Boys And Girls 3:28
B1 There Goes The Bride 4:07
B2 To Be In Love 2:31
B3 Which Way Is Yesterday? 3:29
B4 We Had It All 3:17
B5 The Room With The View Inside 3:14
B6 Old Man 5:00
B7 Reprise: What It Was, Was Love 1:08


  • Arranged By – Gordon Jenkins (tracks: A1,A3,A4,A6,A7,B1,B3,B4,B6,B7), Nick Perito (tracks: B2), Peter Matz (tracks: A2,A5,B5)
  • Conductor – Gordon Jenkins
  • Written-By – Gordon Jenkins

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSP4115 Steve & Eydie What It Was, Was Love ‎(LP) RCA Victor LSP4115 Canada Unknown
LSP4115 Steve & Eydie What It Was, Was Love ‎(LP) RCA Victor LSP4115 Canada Unknown