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Al Martino

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Al Martino
Martino in 2005
Martino in 2005
Background information
Birth nameJasper Cini
Born(1927-10-07)October 7, 1927
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
DiedOctober 13, 2009(2009-10-13) (aged 82)
Springfield, Pennsylvania, U.S.
GenresJazz, swing, traditional pop, easy listening
Occupation(s)Singer, actor
Years active1948–2009
LabelsCapitol

Al Martino was an Italian American singer and actor.[1] He was known as "one of the great Italian American pop crooners".[2] The highlight of his career was from the 1950s to the mid-1970s. He played Johnny Fontane in The Godfather.

Studio Albums[change | change source]

  • 1959: Al Martino (20th Century Fox)
  • 1960: Swing Along With Al Martino (20th Century Fox)
  • 1962: The Exciting Voice of Al Martino (U.S. No. 109) Capitol Records
  • 1962: The Italian Voice of Al Martino (U.S. No. 57)
  • 1963: When Your Love Has Gone (20th Century Fox)
  • 1963: I Love You Because (U.S. No. 7)
  • 1963: Painted, Tainted Rose (U.S. No. 9)
  • 1963: Love Notes
  • 1963: Sings Great Italian Love Songs
  • 1964: A Merry Christmas (U.S. Christmas No. 8)
  • 1964: I Love You More and More Every Day/Tears and Roses (U.S. No. 31)
  • 1964: Living a Lie (U.S. No. 13)
  • 1965: My Cherie (U.S. No. 19)
  • 1965: Somebody Else is Taking My Place (U.S. No. 42)
  • 1965: We Could (U.S. No. 41)
  • 1966: Spanish Eyes (U.S. No. 8)
  • 1966: Think I'll Go Somewhere and Cry Myself to Sleep (U.S. No. 116)
  • 1966: This is Love (U.S. No. 57)
  • 1967: Daddy's Little Girl (U.S. No. 23)
  • 1967: This Love for You (U.S. No. 99)
  • 1967: Mary in the Morning (U.S. No. 63)
  • 1968: Love is Blue (U.S. No. 56)
  • 1968: This is Al Martino (U.S. No. 129)
  • 1968: Wake Up to Me Gentle
  • 1969: Jean (U.S. No. 196)
  • 1969: Sausalito (U.S. No. 189)
  • 1970: Can't Help Falling in Love (U.S. No. 184)
  • 1970: My Heart Sings (U.S. No. 172)
  • 1972: Love Theme from 'The Godfather' (U.S. No. 138)
  • 1972: Summer of '42 (U.S. No. 204)
  • 1973: Country Style
  • 1974: I Won't Last a Day Without You
  • 1975: To the Door of the Sun (U.S. No. 129)
  • 1976: In Concert: Recorded With the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (live) RockyRock
  • 1976: Sing My Love Songs
  • 1978: The Next Hundred Years
  • 1978: Al Martino Sings (20th Century Fox)
  • 1978: Al Martino
  • 1982: All of Me (MovieTone)
  • 1990: Quando,Quando, Quando (Dynamic)
  • 1991: Al Martino: In Concert (Prestige)
  • 1993: The Voice to Your Heart; produced by Dieter Bohlen in Germany (Dino Music)
  • 2000: Style (Varèse Sarabande)
  • 2006: Come Share the Wine (Sin-Drome)
  • 2011: Thank You

References[change | change source]

  1. "Al Martino". Discogs. Retrieved July 9, 2022.
  2. "Al Martino Biography, Songs, & Albums". AllMusic. Retrieved July 9, 2022.