Glen Campbell And Bobbie Gentry - Let It Be Me mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Pop / Folk music|
|Title:||Let It Be Me|
|Date of release:||1969|
|MP3 album size:||1374 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1466 mb|
|Digital formats:||AU MMF MP2 AIFF WAV VQF DMF|
Let It Be Me" is a popular song originally published in French in 1955 as "Je t'appartiens". The music was written and first recorded by Gilbert Bécaud.
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10 Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry. The Everly Brothers helped to further popularize the song with their 1960 rendition of "Let It Be Me" which reached 7th position on the Billboard Hot 100. The harmony arrangement of this version was often emulated in subsequent remakes. This was the first Everly Brothers single to be recorded in New York, and not in Nashville.
In October 1968, his fifth chart-topper would also become Gentry’s second, as Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell became the first-ever country album by a duo to top the Billboard chart. Campbell, in fact, had held four of the top five positions on the chart a week earlier, setting yet another astonishing record. Let It Be Me was an intimately romantic tune popularized in the mid-Fifties in France as Je t’appartiens. To date, dozens of artists have recorded the song, and it’s also had additional life as a popular wedding tune.
Title: Let It Be Me (Without Strings). Download original 320Kbps, . 3 Mb, 02:04. Artists: Glen Campbell, Bobbie Gentry.
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Unlike Gentry, Glen Campbell could do no wrong. Like Gentry, however, Campbell had come from rural poverty; he had left home as a teen to join his uncle’s band, eventually pitching up in LA to work as a highly versatile session guitarist. Little Green Apples’, ‘Let It Be Me’, ‘Heart To Heart Talk’: all are easy-listening silk, light on the ear and good for the mood. However, the finest cover on the album is the sunshine-pop classic ‘Sunday Mornin’’, originally written by Margo Guryan and made famous by Spanky And Our Gang. On one level, it’s a gently optimistic hum.
Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry lyrics. I bless the day I found you I want to stay around you And so I beg you Let it be me. Don't take this heaven from one If you must cling to someone Now and forever Let it be me. Each time we meet, love I find complete love Without your sweet, sweet love What would life be? So never leave me lonely Tell me you'll love me only And that you'll always Let it be me. Now and forever Let it be me. Explain Request. Lyrics taken from /lyrics/g/glen campbell bobbie gentry/let it be me.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Let It Be Me
Written-By – Gilbert Becaud*, Mann Curtis
|B||Little Green Apples
Written-By – Bobby Russell
- Producer – Kelly Gordon
- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor – Al De Lory
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): 45-59529
- Matrix / Runout (B): 45-59532
|F 2387||Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry||Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry - Let It Be Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 2387||Netherlands||1969|
|2387||Glen Campbell And Bobbie Gentry||Glen Campbell And Bobbie Gentry - Let It Be Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||2387||Canada||1969|
|P-2387||Glen Campbell And Bobbie Gentry||Glen Campbell And Bobbie Gentry - Let It Be Me (7", Promo)||Capitol Records||P-2387||US||1969|
|2C006-80007||Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry||Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry - Let It Be Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||2C006-80007||France||1969|