Robert Clary | Sings Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz and Dorothy Fields

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Sings Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz and Dorothy Fields

by Robert Clary

Hogan's Heroes star sings jazz standards!
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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1. Look Who's Dancing
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2. By Myself
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3:40 album only
3. High Is Better Than Low
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1:39 album only
4. I See Your Face Before Me
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5:03 album only
5. Rhode Island Is Famous For You
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2:48 album only
6. Terribly Attractive/This Is It
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7. Alone Too Long
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3:14 album only
8. Love Is the Reason
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2:09 album only
9. Exactly Like You
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2:44 album only
10. I'll Buy You a Star
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3:26 album only
11. You & the Night & the Music/Alone Together
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12. Something To Remember You By
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13. I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan
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14. Don't Blame Me
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15. New Sun In the Sky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Robert Clary was born in Paris, France. In 1942 Robert and 12 members of his immediate family were deported by the Nazis. Only Robert survived. He came to the United States and landed a role in a new Broadway musical entitled "New Faces of 1952." His show-stopping performances of such songs as "Lucky Pierre" and "I'm In Love With Miss Logan" made him a household name. Perhaps his best known role was his character of Lebeau in the hit television series "Hogan's Heroes."

After "Hogan's Heroes," he went on to several soap operas including "The Young & the Restless," "Days of Our Lives" and "The Bold & the Beautiful." In 1980 Robert felt the need to talk about his experience during the war; he began speaking publicly through the Simon Wiesenthal Center's nationally acclaimed outreach program. "For 36 years I kept these experiences during the war locked up inside myself. But those who are attempting to deny the Holocaust, my suffering and the suffering of millions of others have forced me to speak out."

Here is Robert saluting his favorite songwriters with the John Rodby jazz trio. This is one in a series of Robert Clary's jazz interpretations of great standard songwriters of pop, movies and the theatre.


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Melissa

Delightful!!
This an excellent album. The music is absolutely superb. This is a must-own for everyone!! Everyone's hard work paid off!! Absolutely love it!!

Sigrid

Heart and Soul
What happens when this music gets together with a foggy, cold and icy day? You sit down with a cup of tea - just for a minute,before you have to do this and that - and you stay where you are. The day gets sunny and your heart happy. I love Robert's music. It always remains. And what more can you ask for!