YOUR LOVE ~ Paul Anka (1959)

YOUR LOVE ~ Paul Anka  (1959)

"Your Love" ~ Paul Anka (1959) ABC-Paramount #10022 - The list of great songs written & recorded by Paul Anka is long. YOUR LOVE stands out among my personal favorites though. With the eerie back ground vocals, the twangy guitar, the haunting melody, combined great lyrics and vocals, YOUR LOVE is right up there with Paul's PUT YOUR HEAD ON MY SHOULDER ~ another true classic !

PAUL ANKA | Diana / Put Your Head On My Shoulder / Lonely Boy / Time To Cry / Puppy Love

PAUL ANKA | Diana / Put Your Head On My Shoulder / Lonely Boy / Time To Cry / Puppy Love

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RZomurRUvFQn8f71lbFyw/videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHwRJSoTsXI-e6s9RvEBJFryaw5nTUoD All songs were written by Paul Anka on RCA Victor@1963 from the album Paul Anka's 21 Golden Hits.

PAUL ANKA | Don't Ever Leave Me (1963 Version)

PAUL ANKA | Don't Ever Leave Me (1963 Version)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RZ... https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHwRJSoTsXI-e6s9RvEBJFryaw5nTUoD From the album, PAUL ANKA'S 21 GOLDEN HITS on RCA Victor @1963. Song written by Paul Anka. All credits goes to the singer, composer, producers, and the recording company. No copyright infringement intended. For entertainment purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.

An Evening with Paul Anka - The Palace, New Haven, Connecticut

An Evening with Paul Anka - The Palace, New Haven, Connecticut

Paul Anka, one of the greatest songwriters in history who has written more than 900 songs including 'My Way,' 'Diana' and many other pop classics performed in this legendary compilation. Throughout his career, Anka's songs have been performed over ninety million times worldwide, and he has experienced success in every aspect of the entertainment industry, from the stage to the screen to recording music. An Evening with Paul Anka was recorded live at The Palace Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, where he gave a spectacular performance of his greatest hits to a sold out theatre. Ninety minutes of pure, engaging, easy listening music which will evoke memories of the era. Songs featuring include 'I've Been Waiting For You All My Life,' 'Take Me Down' and many, many more. Track List; 1. Take Me Down 2. Second Chance 3. You're Having My Baby 4. I've Been Waiting For You 5. Happier 6. Let Me Try Again 7. Times Of Our Life 8. Medley No. 1: Put Your Head On My Shoulder / Puppy Love / A Steel Guitar And A Glass Of Wine / Lonely Boy / You Are My Destiny / Love Me Warm And Tender / It's Time To Cry / That Kiss / My Hometown / My Heart Sings 9. It Doesn't Matter Anymore 10. My Way 11. New York, New York 12. Hold Me Till The Morning Comes 13. Jubilation 14. The Bitch Is Back 15. Medley No. 2: What'd I Say / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Jambalaya / Oh, Lonesome Me / Bye Bye Blackbird / Mack The Knife 16. I'm So Excited 17. Anytime (I'll Be There) For more info on our great videos and exciting clips please... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OneMediaMusic Like our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/One-Me... Website: http://onemediaip.com/

(You're) Having My Baby - Paul Anka & Odia Coates - 1974

(You're) Having My Baby - Paul Anka & Odia Coates - 1974

"(You're) Having My Baby" is a song written and recorded in 1974 by Canadian singer Paul Anka. Recorded as a duet with female vocalist Odia Coates, the song became Anka's first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 15 years, since 1959's "Lonely Boy". The song became a Gold record. Anka, whose last chart-topping hit had been 1959's "Lonely Boy", had written the song for his wife and their four daughters while appearing at Lake Tahoe.[2] The song was going to be a solo effort by Anka, but the unknown Coates, whom Anka had met while on tour, was at the studio during the recording session. Upon suggestion by United Artists recording executive Bob Skaff, the song became a duet.[2] Released in late June 1974, "(You're) Having My Baby" climbed the chart and became Anka's third No. 1 song. A follow-up single "One Man Woman/One Woman Man", reached the Top 10 in early 1975. Despite its commercial success, the song has been criticised for its maudlin sentimentality and perceived sexist undertones, and has appeared in "worst song" lists. It was voted the #1 "Worst Song of All Time" in a poll conducted by CNN.com in 2006. The song was also criticized for declaring the child was the man's, rather than the couple's. Anka defended his choice in a 1974 interview, saying, "it's not meant to alienate anyone. I could have called it 'having our baby', but the other just sounded better. It's not a male ego trip—my baby." Anka did sometimes sing the line as "you're having our baby" while performing in concert.[6] While reviewing a 2005 concert, Dan MacIntosh of PopMatters noted that while Anka had "covered most of his career highlights", he had "wisely neglected to include 'You're Having My Baby.'' Others criticized a line stating that while the woman could have "swept it from [her] life" (a euphemism for having an abortion, which had recently been legalized across the United States through the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling), she had not because it was "a wonderful way of showing how much she loves him". In response, Anka said the song was "a love song". He also explained in 1974, "what I'm saying in the song is that there is a choice. The libbers will get on me; I can't help that. I am into the antihuman thing, and I do understand the other side of it. There are those who can't cope, and it's not in the cards for them to have kids. I'm a libber myself, in the sense that ... if you've got to abort, you do. Some people just can't cope." The National Organization for Women gave Anka the "Keep Her in Her Place" award during "its annual putdown of male chauvinism" in the media on Women's Equality Day. Ms. magazine "awarded" Anka their "Male Chauvinistic Pig of the Year" award. Funny, I always liked this song. Probably NOT the song I shoulda been singing when I was 13 though. LOL

Paul Anka - Papa - Lyrics

Paul Anka - Papa - Lyrics

Papa , Paul Anka , Best Live Performance, w/ ENGLISH Subtitle ========================================== Papa, Paul Anka ----------------------- Everyday my papa would work To try to make ends meet To see that we would eat Keep those shoes upon my feet Every night my papa would take me Tuck me in my bed Kiss me on my head After all my prayers were said And there were years Of sadness and of tears Through it all Together we were strong We were strong The times were rough But Papa he was tough And, Mama, she stood beside him all along Growing up with them was easy Time just flew on by The years began to fly They aged, but so did I I could tell Mama wasn't well And Papa knew and deep down so did she So did she And when she died Papa broke down and cried And all he could say was: "God, why her? Take me!" Everyday he sat there sleeping in a rocking chair He never went upstairs Because she wasn't there Then one day my Papa said, "Son, I'm proud of how you've grown" He said: "Go make it on your own. And don't worry! I'm O.K. alone." He said: "There are things you must do; places you must see!" His eyes were sad as he... As he said goodbye to me Every time, I kiss my children, Papa's words ring true He said: "Your children. They live through you. And they'll grow. They'll leave you, too" I remember every word my Papa used to say I kiss my kids and I pray That they'll think, think of me, that way Someday... ====================== We TRANSLATE & We make SUBTITLES: =/= Papa, Paul Anka, Live , HD , ENGLISH Subtitle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unE8E581RMc Papa, Paul Anka, Cha Tôi, VIETNAMESE Translation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32zLnXQypzo My Way , Frank Sinatra ( & Steve Jobs ) , VIETNAMESE Translation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIm4huhHXtk My Way , Paul Anka , VIETNAMESE Parody http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1d0ecSojjU Life is Wonderful , Jason Mraz , Live HD , Subtitle , ENGLISH Subtitle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by3FmASgmYk Gracias a la Vida , Cảm ơn Cuộc đời, VIETNAMESE Translation http://youtube.com/watch?v=b4p4hLhrh2U Gracias a la Vida , Thanks to Life , ENGLISH Translation http://youtube.com/watch?v=AsadhxkzHl0 HOMEPAGE: http://ducta.net =/=

PAUL ANKA | Adam And Eve (1963 Version)

PAUL ANKA | Adam And Eve (1963 Version)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RZ... https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHwRJSoTsXI-e6s9RvEBJFryaw5nTUoD From the album, PAUL ANKA'S 21 GOLDEN HITS on RCA Victor @1963. Song written by Paul Anka. All credits goes to the singer, composer, producers, and the recording company. No copyright infringement intended. For entertainment purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.

Love story - Andy Williams with lyrics

Love story - Andy Williams with lyrics

Paul Anka - Christmas Songs (FULL ALBUM)

Paul Anka - Christmas Songs (FULL ALBUM)

Paul Anka Christmas Songs (FULL ALBUM) 00:00 Christmas Greeting 01:33 O Little Town Of Bethlehem 04:52 Winter Wonderland 07:29 It's Christmas Everywhere 10:32 Jingle Bells 14:15 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer 16:46 O Come All Ye Faithful 20:13 The Christmas Song 24:08 - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 26:58 - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 30:19 - Silent Night 34:05 - White Christmas 39:02 - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus SUBSCRIBE to our Channel and listen to the Best Classics: http://bit.ly/2vhYDnZ FACEBOOK http://bit.ly/2hWS6qm GOOGLE+ http://bit.ly/2yJRRss Famed singer-songwriter Paul Anka was born on July 30, 1941, in Ottawa, Canada. Paul Anka was the eldest of three children born to his Lebanese-Canadian parents, Andy and Camelia Anka. Anka spent his childhood helping out in the kitchen and schmoozing with patrons of his father's restaurant, the Locanda, a popular hangout for Ottawa journalists, politicians and businessmen. Shortly after his 15th birthday, Anka bought himself a ticket to Los Angeles, staying with an uncle there while he tried to make his name as a singer. At the year's end, he convinced his father to let him go to New York City in search of his big break. His father agreed, on one condition: If Paul couldn't make it big in the Big Apple, he would have to come back home to Ottawa. Anka hit the Manhattan pavement running. Soon after his arrival, he landed a meeting with Don Costa, an executive at ABC/Paramount Records, who agreed to listen to a few minutes of Anka's music. After hearing the teenager play some of his songs on the piano, Costa called in his colleagues. Within days, Paul Anka's father was in New York signing a contract on behalf of his son, who was still a minor and thus couldn't sign on his own. The label decided to release "Diana," a song Anka wrote for a girl he had a crush on back in Ottawa, as the artist's first single. Within weeks, the 16-year-old had the No. 1 song in the world. "Diana" went on to sell more than 20 million copies. Paul Anka was officially a teen idol. By the late 1950s, well before his 20th birthday, he was traveling the world, singing songs like "Lonely Boy" and "Put Your Head On My Shoulder" for swooning crowds. "My life as a teenager ended at 16," Anka said. "I went into another sphere." As the 1960s progressed, Anka's style of music largely fell out of favor. Teens began to favor the rock 'n' roll of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones over the dreamy love songs of crooners like Anka. The big record labels quietly shoved him aside. "When they started not to believe and they sensed that things were changing, I said, 'OK, give me back my life. Give me back my music,'" said Anka, a shrewd and savvy businessman by nature. For $250,000, he bought back the rights to all his music and began to transform his image from teen idol singer to Rat Pack-style songwriter. Anka launched a wildly successful songwriting career from the casinos and supper clubs of Las Vegas and Florida. Other career highlight include writing "She's A Lady," Tom Jones's biggest hit, and befriending Frank Sinatra and writing "My Way," the singer's valedictory tune. In 1974, Anka released his own single, "(You're) Having My Baby," which outraged feminists but still went to No. 1 on the charts. "You've got to figure out what they want out there and give it to them," Anka once stated. While traveling in Puerto Rico in 1962, Anka met Anne de Zogheb, a model of Parisian and Egyptian descent. The couple married in Paris in 1963, and Anne gave up her career to raise their family. The couple had five daughters: Amelia, Anthea, Alisia, Amanda and Alexandria. His marriage to Anne ended in 2001, after 37 years together. Anka then had a son with Anna Aberg, a Swedish model and actress 30 years his junior. The couple married in 2008 but separated shortly after. When he was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2008, former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien gave his introduction. Gods of Music - Sound Without Time! Soul - Jazz - Blues - Funk - Pop Listen to the Best Music of: Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

FRANK SINATRA (1973) - Let Me Try Again

FRANK SINATRA (1973) - Let Me Try Again

Lyrics written by PAUL ANKA and music written by Romuald & Caravelli ('Laisse moi le temps'). This song reached the second place at the International FESTIVAL Of VIÑA DEL MAR (CHILE) in 1972. Then recorded and released by Frank Sinatra in 1973 , in his album "Ol' Blue Eyes Back".

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