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You Don't Have to Say You Love Me/I Don't Know How to Love Her
     

You Don't Have to Say You Love Me/I Don't Know How to Love Her

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by Jerry Vale
 
Both of the Jerry Vale Columbia albums on the You Don't Have to Say You Love Me/I Don't Know How to Love Her two-fer capture his romantic high tenor voice, in great shape, coupled with the type of material that secured his reputation with easy listening fans throughout the years. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me and I

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Both of the Jerry Vale Columbia albums on the You Don't Have to Say You Love Me/I Don't Know How to Love Her two-fer capture his romantic high tenor voice, in great shape, coupled with the type of material that secured his reputation with easy listening fans throughout the years. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me and I Don't Know How to Love Her were originally released in 1968 and, for the most part, are interchangable. Both albums combined deliver 22 relaxing cuts, including "There's a Kind of Hush (All Over the World)," "Help Me Make It Through the Night," "For the Good Times," and "Rainy Days & Mondays."

Product Details

Release Date:
11/25/2003
Label:
Collectables
UPC:
0090431759523
catalogNumber:
7595

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jerry Vale   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Andrew Lloyd Webber   Composer
Kris Kristofferson   Composer
Marty Robbins   Composer
Barry De Vorzon   Composer
David Gates   Composer
Robert Maxwell   Composer
Francis Lai   Composer
Alvaro Carrillo   Composer
Armando Manzanero   Composer
Barry Gibb   Composer
Simon Napier-Bell   Composer
Alan Bernstein   Composer
Charlie Chaplin   Composer
Pino Donaggio   Composer
George Douglas   Composer
Ray Evans   Composer
Fred Foster   Composer
Fred Karlin   Composer
Jay Livingston   Composer
Carl Sigman   Composer
Geoff Stephens   Composer
George David Weiss   Composer
Vicki Wickham   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
Meredith Willson   Composer
Tim Rice   Composer
Leslie Reed   Composer
Sid Wayne   Composer
Giuseppe Donaggio   Composer
Frisch   Composer
Dub Williams   Composer
Robert Yount   Composer
Roger Nichols   Composer
Robby Wilson & the Motherlode   Composer
Vito Pallavicini   Composer
Eddie Miller   Composer
Richard Mullan   Composer
Arthur James   Composer

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You Don't Have to Say You Love Me/I Don't Know How to Love Her 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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On this 2-for-1 digitally re-mastered CD, Jerry Vale does justice to an “Andy Gibb” song, adds the “Vale” touch to a “Carpenters” tune, brings on a storm with his “Ebb Tide”, makes you sing along with a country song, and does a paramount job with his movie themes. The “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me” half of this CD, recorded in 1968, contains 100% perfect vocals and gorgeous orchestrations. With it’s driving melody and echo effects, Jerry’s version of the title song, “You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me”, moves, grooves, and soars to a grand finale, “…Believe me!” And “Ebb Tide” is poetry in motion. Jerry starts the song with gentle phrasing and pensive vocals, actuating a crescendo that builds and builds some more, to an outstanding and vocally challenging peak, and then subsides ”…I’m at peace in the web of your arms”. It’s one of my favorites, and not to be missed. Then there’s the beautiful “Yellow Days”. I always loved Damita Jo’s version of that song, and Jerry Vale’s is just as sweet. I love the violin at the beginning and the end of “Release Me”. It’s a perfect compliment to Jerry’s voice, just beautiful. When Jerry sings “There’s A Kind Of Hush”, you can hear a smile in his voice and you know that he loves the song. Add the lavishly done “Eternally”, and it’s just that, lavish and dramatic. With Vale in his tux, the “I Don’t Know How To Love Her”, half of this CD, recorded in 1971, is as classy as it looks. While some of Jerry’s 70’s recordings were weak, with too much vocal vibrato, this IS NOT the case with this album. His voice is in STRONG, IMPRESSIVE, and MASCULINE form as he sings “Where Do I Begin” from the movie “Love Story”. As the song begins, you can tell by Jerry’s delivery of the lyrics that he loves this song, and he keeps your attention. As the second verse comes around, and you hear the dramatic orchestration building, you suddenly realize that Jerry Vale is about to go UP along with that climatic orchestra, to meet all those glorious high notes! He gives it the full Vale treatment. Complimented by the superb orchestration, it’s a goose-bump-giving hit. “Moonlight”, written by Andy Gibb, of the “BeeGees”, is superbly sung by Jerry Vale. His rendition became a hit jukebox single, and is the ONLY publicly released version of the song. Another hit single for Jerry on this CD is “Which Way You Goin Girl”. As a jukebox single, it was on the flip side of “Moonlight”, and again, Jerry’s vocals are strong, crisp, and ringing…it’s another one of my favorites. Jerry has sung many “Carpenters” tunes, and on this CD, “Rainy Days And Mondays” is another nice addition to that list. “I Don’t Know How To Love Her”, from the movie “Jesus Christ Superstar” (The original title is “I Don’t Know How To Love HIM”) is dramatically orchestrated, and Jerry’s vocals are excellent. With its climatic music, I wish the song could have been longer! Then there are the country songs. During the 1990’s, as part of Vale’s concert lineup, he would include a medley of country songs, and rightly he should. Nobody does a country song like Jerry Vale, which is evident by “Help Me Make It Through The Night”, “My Woman, My Woman, My Wife”, and “For The Good times”, all three of which could have been hit singles in their own right with their smooth vocals, nice backup singers, and excellent orchestrations. Don’t be surprised to find yourself singing along. I have often referred to Jerry Vale as a