Moon River: The Very Best of Andy Williams

Moon River: The Very Best of Andy Williams

by Andy WilliamsAndy Williams
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Moon River: The Very Best of Andy Williams collects 18 of Andy Williams' biggest and best, spanning 1957 through 1972 but concentrating on the early to mid-'60s, when his smooth, authoritative vocals made him a chart perennial. Opening with "Moon River," the compilation touches on most of his classics, including "Born Free," "Butterfly," "Can't Get Used to Losing You," "Speak Softly Love," "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story," and even the ultimate swingers anthem, "Music to Watch Girls By." That's not to say it's comprehensive, though. Columbia/Legacy could've easily rounded up every one of his Top Ten greats if only they'd made room for five additional tracks, like the great "Canadian Sunset," "Lonely Street," "I Like Your Kind of Love," "Are You Sincere," and his Christmas 1963 chart-topping version of "White Christmas."

Product Details

Release Date: 10/13/2009
Label: Sony Legacy
UPC: 0886975911226
catalogNumber: 759112
Rank: 535

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Andy Williams   Primary Artist
Archie Bleyer   Conductor
Nick DeCaro   Conductor
Robert Mersey   Conductor

Technical Credits

Henry Mancini   Composer
Neil Sedaka   Composer
Andy Williams   Producer
Mort Shuman   Composer
Bob Crewe   Composer
Archie Bleyer   Arranger
Luigi Creatore   Composer
Nick DeCaro   Arranger,Producer
Ray Evans   Composer
Bob Gaudio   Composer
Dick Glasser   Producer
James "Famous" Jones   Cover Design
Jay Livingston   Composer
Hugo Peretti   Composer
Johnny Mandel   Arranger
Johnny Mercer   Composer
Robert Mersey   Arranger,Producer
Carl Sigman   Composer
George David Weiss   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
George Wyle   Composer
Bob Cato   Tray Card Art
Mike Kull   Tape Research
Roger Nichols   Composer
Jerry Fuller   Producer
Ron Galella   Cover Photo
Larry Kusik   Composer
E. Parker   Composer
H. Greenfield   Composer
W. Steffe   Composer
E. Snyder   Composer
J. Barry   Composer

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