Peter Allen - The More I See You FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: The More I See You
FLAC version ZIP size: 1629 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1667 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1768 mb
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The More I See You" is a popular song composed by Harry Warren, with lyrics by Mack Gordon, and was originally sung by Dick Haymes in the 1945 film Diamond Horseshoe. In 1966, Chris Montez released the most commercially successful and well-known recording of the song, and his version has been used many times in films, notably at the beginning of the famous club scene in Roman Polanski's Frantic, starring Harrison Ford.
For other people named Peter Allen, see Peter Allen. In 1976, Allen released an album, Taught by Experts, which reached number one in Australia, along with the number one single "I Go to Rio" and the Top 10 hit "The More I See You". Although his recording career in the US never progressed, he performed in Atlantic City and at Carnegie Hall. He had three extended sold-out engagements at New York City's Radio City Music Hall, where he became the first male dancer to dance with The Rockettes and rode a camel during "I Go to Rio"
Tracklist: 1. Puttin’ Out Roots, 2. She Loves To Hear The Music, 3. Back Doors Crying, 4. I Go To Rio, 5. Planes, 6. Quiet Please, There’s A Lady On Stage, 7. This Time Around, 8. The More I See You, 9. Harbour, 10. (I’ve Been) Taught By Experts, 11. Six-Thirty Sunday Morning/New York, I Don’t Know About Yo. More albums from Peter Allen: Bi-Coastal by Peter Allen. View all albums . Taught By Experts.
The more-ore I see you, more-ore-ore that I want you Somehow-ow this feelin' ju-ust grows and grows With every sigh I become more sure about you More-ore-ore lost without you and so it goes. Can you imagine how much I love you The more I see you as years go by I know the only one for me can only-y be you My arms won't free you, and my heart won't try. The more that I see you, the more that I want you Somehow-ow this feelin' just grows and grows.
Peter Allen, born Peter Allen Woolnough (February 10, 1944 – June 18, 1992) was a flamboyant Australian songwriter and live performer. The More I See You. Peter Allen.
Peter Allen has long been a top draw worldwide in cabarets and on stage, and now, with a musical about his career ( The Boy from Oz ) putting fannies in the seats on Broadway, the time is ripe for his first multi-label retrospective! Includes Fly Away; I Go to Rio; Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage; Don't Cry Out Loud; I Honestly Love You; I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love; The More I See You; Arthur's Theme (The Best You Can Do), and more.
National Panasonic TV commercial from 1982, featuring Peter Allen Time is a traveler and today we are travelling back with the Tenterfield Saddler to 1982, when Peter Allen and National Panasonic made some beautiful music together. With the strains of Allen's 1977 hit "The More I See You" playing in the background, the iconic singer moves seamlessly from the stage to the living room with National's range of VHS products.
Peter Allen (musician) The More I See You I Go to Rio Continental American It Is Time for Peter Allen. Allen's most successful album was Bi-Coastal (1980), produced by David Foster and featuring the single "Fly Away", which in 1981 became his only US chart single, reaching No. 55 on the Billboard Hot 100. Bi-Coastal is an album released in 1980 by Australian singer and songwriter Peter Allen. Peter Allen (musician) Steve George (keyboardist) Richard Page (musician) I Still Call Australia Home The Very Best of Peter Allen.