Who Can I Turn To

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Tony Bennett returned to the Top 40 in late 1964 with his version of the Leslie Bricusse-Anthony Newley anthem "Who Can I Turn To When Nobody Needs Me," from Newley's Broadway show The Roar Of The Greasepaint, The Smell Of The Crowd. That song, like the rest of this album, was arranged and conducted by George Siravo, who made detailed ballad arrangements, using individual instruments and groups to echo and counterpoint the Bennett vocals. Still searching for new material, and finding it in works by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, as well as Mel Torme whose "Got The Gate On The Golden Gate" recalled Bennett's musical connection to San Francisco, Bennett didn't discover ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Tony Bennett returned to the Top 40 in late 1964 with his version of the Leslie Bricusse-Anthony Newley anthem "Who Can I Turn To When Nobody Needs Me," from Newley's Broadway show The Roar Of The Greasepaint, The Smell Of The Crowd. That song, like the rest of this album, was arranged and conducted by George Siravo, who made detailed ballad arrangements, using individual instruments and groups to echo and counterpoint the Bennett vocals. Still searching for new material, and finding it in works by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh, as well as Mel Torme whose "Got The Gate On The Golden Gate" recalled Bennett's musical connection to San Francisco, Bennett didn't discover anything to match the title track, and he re-recorded "Autumn Leaves" in a more uptempo framework. But the match of singer and arranger made for a consistent and effective album.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/6/2003
  • Label: Sony Special Product
  • UPC: 079896136223
  • Catalog Number: 61362
  • Sales rank: 130,300

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tony Bennett Primary Artist, Vocals
Mundell Lowe Guitar
Ralph Sharon Piano
Al Caiola Acoustic Guitar
George Siravo Conductor
Gloria Agostini Harp
Raymond Beckenstein Woodwind
Billy Byers Trombone
James Buffington French Horn
William Exiner Drums
Harry Lookofsky Violin
Charles McCracken Cello
Gene Orloff Concert Master
Romeo Penque Clarinet, Flute, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Saxophone
George Ricci Cello
Wally Richardson Electric Guitar
Sonny Russo Trombone
Todd Sommer Percussion
Brooks Tillotson French Horn
Irving Horowitz Reeds
Hal Gaylord Acoustic Bass
Technical Credits
Bill Evans Composer
Mel Tormé Composer
Gene Lees Composer
Ralph Sharon Contributor
George Siravo Arranger
Ernie Altschuler Producer
Danny Bennett Executive Producer
Don DeVito Executive Producer
Didier C. Deutsch Reissue Producer
Frank Laico Engineer
Richard Maltby Jr. Liner Notes
Tommy Wolf Composer
Don Hunstein Cover Photo
Mark Burdett Art Direction
Ted Brosnan Engineer
Sean Evans Logo
Fran Landesman Composer
The Ralph Sharon Trio Contributor
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