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Always You


Download links and information about Always You by Robert Goulet. This album was released in 1961 and it belongs to Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 35:48 minutes.

Artist: Robert Goulet
Release date: 1961
Genre: Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 12
Duration: 35:48
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No. Title Length
1. The Lamp Is Low 3:01
2. And This Is My Beloved 2:20
3. You're Breaking My Heart 2:55
4. It's All in the Game 3:24
5. Full Moon and Empty Arms 2:34
6. The Breeze and I 2:49
7. Strange Music 2:58
8. Always You 2:53
9. Here 3:05
10. The Things I Love 3:20
11. The Story of a Starry Night 3:17
12. If You Are But a Dream 3:12



Robert Goulet released his debut album in 1962 after starring on Broadway in Camelot. The LP's liner note introduction to Goulet is penned by Ed Sullivan, who goes through Robert Goulet's history before becoming a recording artist. The 12-track album includes songs that can best be described as romantic and sentimental pop standards. The album's focus is of a jazz crooner nature, not a swinging one. There is not a single tongue-in-cheek note on Always You, rather every song fits into that Jackie Gleason genre of heart-felt sentiment similar to Music to Make You Misty or Songs for Young Lovers. Standout tracks include "Strange Music," "Always You," and "You're Breaking My Heart." The songs on Always You are not the ones most associated with Robert Goulet's career as a balladeer, which makes this both an undiscovered gem and not the collection that will please anyone but the collector looking for rare tracks or to celebrate the beginning of a long career. New fans should start with 16 Most Requested Songs or Greatest Hits instead.