Tell Me Why is Bobby Vinton's eighth studio album, released in July 1964. The title track is the album's only single. Cover versions include "Somewhere Along the Way", "When I Lost You", "Some of These Days", "Maybe You'll Be There", "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" and "I Wanna Be Loved". Robert Morgan - producer. Stan Applebaum - arranger, conductor. Album - Billboard (North America). Singles - Billboard (North America).
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Tell Me Why was Bobby Vinton's eighth studio album, released in July 1964. The Billboard Hot 100. 13. 1964. Billboard Adult Contemporary.
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". It was released in April 1993 as the first single and title track from Judd's album Tell Me Why. The song reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in May 1993 and number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada the following month.
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More albums from Bobby Vinton: Serenade Of Love by Bobby Vinton. The Name Is Love by Bobby Vinton. Blue On Blue by Bobby Vinton. Melodies Of Love by Bobby Vinton. 7. Imagination Is A Magic Dream. 8. If You Love Me, Really Love Me. 9. There Goes That Song Again. 10. A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody. 11. I Love You Much Too Much. 12. I Wanna Be Loved. More albums from Bobby Vinton: Serenade Of Love by Bobby Vinton. View all albums . About.
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Bobby Vinton's Greatest Hits (1964 album) – Bobby Vintons Greatest Hits is a 12-track compilation by Bobby Vinton. It was released in September 1964, two months after his album Tell Me Why, by the end of summer 1964, Vinton had had eleven Billboard Top 40 hits, prompting Epic Records to compile his first greatest hits album. This rare gambit of reissuing and promoting an album track paid off as Mr. Lonely gave Vinton his fourth, albeit last. Ten of the tracks were featured on Vintons first six vocal albums.
Tell Me Why. Bobby Vinton. Album Bobby Vinton Collector Series, Volume III: Greatest Hits. Tell me why, though I try to forget Tell me why, why I think of you yet I know I'll never be free What has happened to me? Tell me why, when we danced until three Tell me why, why my heart couldn't see I never dreamed of romance Never gave it a chance. When I think of how you looked that day In your gown of silk and lace Should have known the day you came my way That this was the time and the place
|A1||Somewhere Along The Way|
|A2||When I Lost You|
|A3||There Goes My Heart|
|A4||Some Of These Days|
|A5||Maybe You'll Be There|
|A6||Tell Me Why|
|B1||Imagination Is A Magic Dream|
|B2||If You Love Me, Really Love Me|
|B3||There Goes That Song Again|
|B4||A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody|
|B5||I Love You Much Too Much|
|B6||I Wanna Be Loved|
|BN 26113||Bobby Vinton||Tell Me Why (LP, Album)||Epic||BN 26113||US||1964|
|LN 24113||Bobby Vinton||Tell Me Why (LP, Album, Mono)||Epic||LN 24113||Canada||Unknown|
|LN 24113||Bobby Vinton||Tell Me Why (LP, Album)||Epic||LN 24113||US||Unknown|