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Eydie Gorme y Los Panchos

Eydie Gorme y Los Panchos

Eydie Gorme y Los Panchos


Eydie Gorme Y Los Panchos is one of the Spanish styled artist credits used on albums of this 60s collaboration of American singer Eydie Gormé and Mexican Bolero trio Los Panchos. On international releases variations were used on Eydie Gorme & Los Panchos. In total 5 albums were released by this collaboration between 1964 and 1970. Eydie Gormé (alternative spelling Eydie Gorme); born Edith Gormezano, 16 August 1931 is an American singer credited heavily Read more on Last.fm
Eydie Gorme Y Los Panchos is one of the Spanish styled artist credits used on albums of this 60s collaboration of American singer Eydie Gormé and Mexican Bolero trio Los Panchos. On international releases variations were used on Eydie Gorme & Los Panchos. In total 5 albums were released by this collaboration between 1964 and 1970. Eydie Gormé (alternative spelling Eydie Gorme); born Edith Gormezano, 16 August 1931 is an American singer credited heavily, along with husband Steve Lawrence, with helping to keep the classic Traditional pop music repertoire alive and well. She still continues to entertain and tour with husband Steve. Throughout her long career she has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Grammy Award and the Emmy Award.

The couple's striking union of broad ballads and breezy swing has combined with the endurance of their marriage and their comic facility to make them American institutions---even though neither of the couple, as separate performers or together, has put a single into the American Top 40 since 1963.Gormé enjoyed a few hit singles on her own, none selling bigger than 1963's "Blame it on the Bossa Nova", which was also her final foray into the Top 40 pop charts). Still, she won a Grammy Award for Best Female Vocal Performance in 1967, for her version of "If He Walked Into My Life", from the stage musical Mame. The latter made No. 5 on the Billboard magazine Easy Listening chart in 1966 despite failing to make the Billboard Hot 100.

Indeed, most of Gorme's singles chart success from 1963 onward was on the Easy Listening/Adult Contemporary side, where she charted 27 singles (both solo and with her husband) from 1963 to 1979 (of which "If He Walked Into My Life" was the most successful). As a soloist, her other biggest hits during that period included "What Did I Have That I Don't Have?" from the musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (No. 17 Easy Listening, 1966) and "Tonight I'll Say a Prayer" (No. 45 Pop and No.

8 Easy Listening, 1969, also her last Hot 100 entry as a solo artist). Gormé gained crossover success in the Latin music market through a series of albums she made in Spanish with the famed Trio Los Panchos. In 1964, the two acts joined forces for a collection of Spanish-language standards called Amor. Their recording of the song "Sabor a Mi" became closely identified with Gormé and has emerged as one of her signature tunes. The disc was later reissued as Canta en Espanol.

In 1965, a sequel appeared called More Amor (later reissued as Cuatro Vidas). Her last album with Los Panchos was a 1966 Christmas collection, Navidad Means Christmas, later reissued as Blanca Navidad. Gormé also recorded other Spanish albums in her career, including the Grammy-nominated La Gormé (1976), a contemporary outing. The 1977 release Muy Amigos/Close Friends, a duet collection with Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera, also received a Grammy nomination.

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