Shirley Bassey - I Am What I Am album FLAC
Tracklist: 1. What Now My Love, 2. Something, 3. As Long As He Needs Me, 4. Kiss Me Honey Honey, 5. As I Love You, 6. Big Spender, 7. Send In The Clowns, 8. I Am What I Am, 9. Goldfinger, 10. I (Who Have Nothing), 11. Natalie, 12. And I Love You So, 13. Never Never Never, 14. For All We Know, 15. This Is My Life, 16. If You Don’t Understand. More albums from Shirley Bassey: And We Were Lovers by Shirley Bassey. Shirley by Shirley Bassey. The Bewitching Miss Bassey by Shirley Bassey. Shirley Bassey by Shirley Bassey. Let’s Face The Music by Shirley Bassey. The Fabulous Shirley Bassey by Shirley Bassey. Shirley Bassey Sings The Hit Song From Oliver Plus Other Popular Selections by Shirley Bassey. View all albums . I Am What I Am.
I Am What I Am was the only studio album recorded by Shirley Bassey for the Towerbell Records label. Several other tracks were also recorded at this label and issued as singles only. The recording sessions took place at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, in July and August 1984. Following the success of the previous album All by Myself, this album peaked at number 25 in the UK album chart and reached Gold status. This release was the first digitally recorded album made by Shirley Bassey and was issued on vinyl, cassette and CD. Consisting of mainly re-recordings from Shirley Bassey's. 1984 a Towerbell/Vogue maxi-single was issued with a "Special Dance Mix" of "If You Don't Understand" (re-mix by Robert Levy-Provençal) - 7:11.
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I Am What I Am. Produced by Norman Newell. Album I Am What I Am. I Am What I Am Lyrics
Shirley Bassey is a 1961 album by Shirley Bassey, her fifth studio album and her third with EMI/Columbia. Bassey was accompanied by Geoff Love and his orchestra and The Williams Singers (The Rita Williams Singers). The album spent eleven weeks on the charts, beginning in February 1962, and peaking at This album was issued in mono and stereo. The stereo version of this album was released on CD in 1997 by EMI. Side One. "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" (Paul Francis Webster, Sammy Fain) - . 4.
I Am What I Am was the only studio album recorded by Shirley Bassey for the Towerbell Records label, several other tracks were also recorded at this label and issued as singles only. Following the success of the previous album All by Myself this album peaked at number 25 in the UK album chart and reached Gold status
This article presents the discography of Shirley Bassey. Her Top 10 album Something is her biggest-selling studio album, remaining in the UK Albums Chart for five months. Bassey was now recording far less often but an album of her most famous songs, I Am What I Am (1984), was recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) conducted by Carl Davis. Diamonds Are Forever (film) Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) Burn My Candle Let's Face the Music What Now My Love (song). Get the Party Started (album). Get the Party Started. Several of the vocal performances made for this recording were remixed for the 2007 album ''Get the Party Started