There was really no other choice I could make for Set 141 this week. I grew up listening to Andy Williams. His voice always felt like home to me.
Howard Andrew Williams
3 December 1927 - 25 September 2012
Can't Get Used to Losing You, written by Jerome Pomus/Mort Shuman, as released in 1963
(Where Do I Begin) Love Story, music by Francis Lai, lyrics by Carl Sigman, as released in 1971
Speak Softly Love from The Godfather, music by Nino Rota, lyrics by Larry Kusik, as released by in 1972
Moon River, music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, as released in 1961
The Christmas Song, written by Mel Torme/Bob Wells, as performed in 1962
Dang. That last one got me choked up. Rest well, Mr Williams.
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