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Jerry Vale Studio albums

I Remember Buddy (1958)
I Remember Russ (1958)
The Same Old Moon (1959)
Jerry Vale's Greatest Hits (1961)
I Have But One Heart (1962)
Arrivederci, Roma (1962)
The Language of Love (1963)
Be My Love (1964)
Till the End of Time (1964)
Christmas Greetings from Jerry Vale (1964)
Have You Looked Into Your Heart (1965)
There Goes My Heart (1965)
It's Magic (1966)
The Impossible Dream (1967)
Time Alone Will Tell and Other Great Hits of Today (1967)
I Hear a Rhapsody (1968)
You Don't Have to Say You Love Me (1968)
This Guy's In Love with You (1968)
Till (1969)
As Long As She Needs Me (1969)
Where's the Playground Susie? (1969)
We've Only Just Begun (1971)
The Jerry Vale Italian Album (1971)
I Don't Know How to Love Her (1971)
Sings the Great Hits of Nat King Cole (1972)
Alone Again (Naturally) (1972)
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1973)
What a Wonderful World (1973)
Jerry Vale's World (1974)
Free as the Wind (1974)


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Las Vegas Legend Jerry Vale

One of the titans of the strip, crooner Jerry Vale packed the houses in Vegas and on the road. He's considered one of the finest Italians singers of all time, his rich tenor bathed each and every song he sang with an authenticity other singers lacked.

His speciality were Italian love songs and no one sang them better, like this classic Al-Di-La:

 

Jerry Vale had his own acclaimed TV series in 1972, Jerry's World, which brought Las Vegas entertainment to the small screen.

 

He also made stellar cameo appearances as himself in the 1990 film Goodfellas and the 1995 film Casino, both directed by Martin Scorsese, lending the film an added layer of authenticity.

Jerry Vale lived in retirement in Palm Springs & Las Vegas, he has since passed awayƟ.

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Tony Horowitz, trumpet player for Louis Prima's band 1974-1975: So we hooked up wih various acts when we were doing the summer theater curcuit, whether it was Sergio Franchi, or Jerry Vale or The Golddiggers. It was a wonderful experience being with The Golddiggers. They held forth like nobody's business, they sang, they danced, they were terrific. You're talking the major leagues here.


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