Tell Me Why is Bobby Vinton's eighth studio album, released in July 1964. The title track is the album's only single. Cover versions include "Somewhere Along the Way", "When I Lost You", "Some of These Days", "Maybe You'll Be There", "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" and "I Wanna Be Loved". Robert Morgan - producer. Stan Applebaum - arranger, conductor. Album - Billboard (North America). Singles - Billboard (North America).
Bobby Vinton discography. This page is a discography of American singer-songwriter Bobby Vinton. Corrine Corrina" (Bobby Vinton & His Orchestra) b/w "Little Lonely One" (Non-album track) - - Bobby Vinton Plays For His Li'l Darlins. Well I Ask Ya" b/w "Hip-Swinging, High Stepping Drum Majorette" Both sides with Bill Ramal - "Why Don't They Understand" b/w "Where is Love?" (from Vinton Sings Vinton).
Bobby Vinton's Greatest Hits (1964 album). Bobby Vinton's Greatest Hits is a 12-track compilation by Bobby Vinton. It was released in September 1964, two months after his album Tell Me Why. By the end of summer 1964, Vinton had had eleven Billboard Top 40 hits (including three No. 1's), prompting Epic Records to compile his first greatest hits album.
Bobby Vinton is a nine-track collection of previously recorded songs by Bobby Vinton, released in 1978. It contains two singles and seven album tracks, all randomly picked and recorded for ABC Records. Feelings - 3:38 - (Morris Albert). Beer Barrel Polka - 2:32 - (Lew Brown, Wladimir A. Timm, Jaromír Vejvoda, Václav Zeman). Wooden Heart - 2:23 - (Bert Kaempfert, Kay Twomey, Fred Wise, Ben Weisman). Polka Pose - 2:36 - (Bobby Vinton). Killing Me Softly With His Song - 4:01 - (Norman Gimbel, Charles Fox).
Bobby Vinton (1988 album). This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. January 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Bobby Vinton is Bobby Vinton's thirty-fourth album, released in 1988. Re-recordings of previous hits include "Sealed With a Kiss", "Blue on Blue", "Blue Velvet" and "My Melody of Love".
Bobby Vinton, The First Hits -. Bobby Vinton. A Very Merry Christmas. Ain't We Got Fun - Christmas Dreams. The 10 best Christmas songs. Tell Me Why. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1962. Roses Are Red and Other Songs for the Young and Sentimental. The Sensational Bobby Vinton.
Kissin' Christmas: The Bobby Vinton Christmas Album. 30. Santa Must Be Polish, Bobby Vinton: Great Songs of Christmas. 31. There I've Said It Again, Roses Are Red - Single. 32. Silent Night, Bobby Vinton: Great Songs of Christmas. 33. Rain, Rain Go Away, The Best of Bobby Vinton. 34. Christmas Angel, Kissin' Christmas: The Bobby Vinton Christmas Album. 35. Unchained Melody, Blue Velvet - 40 Original Hits. 36. Satin Pillows, Blue Velvet - Greatest Hits. 37. Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, Blue On Blue. 38. Deck The Halls, Kissin' Christmas: The Bobby Vinton Christmas Album. 39. Dearest Santa, Kissin' Christmas: The. Roses Are Red and Other Songs for the Young and Sentimental (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1962).
Bobby Vinton is Bobby Vinton's thirty-fourth album, released in 1988. Tell Me Why" is a song written by Karla Bonoff and recorded by American country music artist Wynonna Judd. It was released in April 1993 as the first single and title track from Judd's album Tell Me Why. The song reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in May 1993 and number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada the following month.