Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Johnny Mathis - Discography - 320kbps

JOHNNY MATHIS 

One of the last and most popular in a long line of traditional male vocalists who emerged before the rock-dominated 1960s, Johnny Mathis concentrated on romantic readings of jazz and pop standards for the ever-shrinking adult contemporary audience of the '60s and '70s. Though he debuted with a flurry of singles chart activity, Mathis later made it big in the album market, where a dozen of his LPs hit gold or platinum and over 60 made the charts. While he originally concentrated on theme-oriented albums of show tunes and traditional favorites, from the '70s onward Mathis began incorporating more varied styles of music into his recordings, including soft rock, R&B, and country. This stylistic eclecticism, combined with ubiquitous vocal chops, helped Mathis remain a popular concert attraction well into the 21st century.











1959 - Open Fire, Two Guitars


1960 - Johnny's Mood


1961 - I'll Buy You a Star


1962 - Live It Up!


1962 - Rapture


1963 - Johnny


1963 - Romantically


1963 - Sounds of Christmas


1964 - Olé


1964 - Tender Is the Night


1964 - The Ballads of Broadway


1964 - The Global Masters


1964 - The Rhythms of Broadway


1964 - The Wonderful World of Make Believe


1964 - This Is Love

1965 - Love Is Everything

1980 - Different Kinda Different



1984 - A Special Part of Me



1985 - Right from the Heart



1986 - The Hollywood Musicals



1989 - In The Still Of The Night



1993 - How Do You Keep The Music Playing_



1998 - Because You Loved Me



2002 - The Christmas Album


6 comments:

  1. THE LAST 7 DO NOT HAVE LINKS.THANKS FOR SENDING

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    1. Hello Dottie
      All links are there, you must have seen it when I was still uploading.
      Best Wishes
      Ozzieguy

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  2. "Prolific" doesn't begin to describe him.

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    1. Never knew until now, but that first album you have here is the American pressing with the 1957 US cover, which was also the Australian version, but there was a British version also in 1956 with a different track listing. Wonder why they did that? Seemed a common practice back in the day.

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    2. Oh! I never knew that PB. But then again I am not surprised at all. BTW, I spent just over $600 getting more Dion albums. Will share them soon.

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