Bobby Vinton Sings for Lonely Nights is Bobby Vinton's eleventh studio album, released in 1965. There were two singles from this album: "Long Lonely Nights" (previously a minor hit for Lee Andrews & the Hearts then for Clyde McPhatter in 1957 and then for The Four Seasons in 1964) and Vinton's self-penned "L-O-N-E-L-Y".
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Bobby Vinton is Bobby Vinton's thirty-fourth album, released in 1988. Re-recordings of previous hits include "Sealed With a Kiss", "Blue on Blue", "Blue Velvet" and "My Melody of Love". Side 1. Sealed With a Kiss - (Peter Udell, Gary Geld) - 3:46. Blue on Blue - (Hal David, Burt Bacharach) - 3:03. When I Was Seventeen - (Bobby Vinton, Gene Allen) - 3:45. Satin Pillows and Careless released: 1966. Drive-In Movie Time released: 1965. Bobby Vinton Sings for Lonely Nights released: 1965. Mr. Lonely released: 1965. Tell Me Why released: 1964. There! I've Said It Again released: 1964. A Very Merry Christmas released: 1964. Bobby Vinton's Greatest Hits released: 1964.
9. Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue?). 10. Long Lonely Nights.
Artist: Bobby Vinton Title: Tell Me Why, Songs For Lonely Nights Year Of Release: 2001 Label: Collectables Genre: Early Pop/Rock, Traditional Pop, Vocal Pop, Oldies Quality: Mp3 320, Flac (tracks,. If Vinton is sometimes identified with a rock & roll audience, it's only because his music was bought by young listeners for a time, and because he still catches some airplay on oldies stations. What he sang was vocal pop, landing some of the biggest hits of the early '60s with "Roses Are Red (My Love)," "Blue on Blue," "There! I've Said It Again," "Mr. Lonely," and "Blue Velvet," the last of which has become his signature song in the wake of its notorious prominence in David Lynch's Blue Velvet.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Bobby Vinton. is a cover of. Night Life by Willie Nelson (1959). All Alone Am I. All Alone Am I by Brenda Lee (1962).
|A1||Saturday Night (Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week)"|
|A2||All Alone Am I|
|A3||Oh How I Miss You Tonight|
|A4||In The Still Of The Night|
|A6||So Many Lonely Girls|
|B2||I'll Walk Alone|
|B3||Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue?)|
|B4||Long Lonely Nights|
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|LN 26154||Bobby Vinton||Bobby Vinton Sings For Lonely Nights (LP, Mono)||Epic||LN 26154||US||1965|