Johnny Mathis is the first studio album by vocalist Johnny Mathis that was released by Columbia Records in 1956. The subtitle A New Sound in Popular Song can be found on the back cover but not on the front of the album or the disc label; in fact, this Mathis LP has been referred to as "the jazz album".
Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959). Album by Johnny Mathis. is a cover of. Bye Bye Blackbird by Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra (1926). You'll Never Know by Alice Faye (1943).
Mathis's first record album, Johnny Mathis: A New Sound In Popular Song, was a slow-selling jazz album, but Mathis stayed in New York City to sing in nightclubs. His second album was produced by Columbia Records vice-president and record producer Mitch Miller, who helped to define the Mathis sound. During 1980–81, Mathis recorded an album with Chic's Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers, I Love My Lady, which remained unreleased in its entirety until its 2017 appearance in the 68 disc collection The Voice of Romance: The Columbia Original Album Collection. Three tracks had appeared on a Chic box set in 2010 and a fourth, the title track, on Mathis' Ultimate Collection in 2011 and the Chic Organization's Up All Night in 2013. Open Fire, Two Guitars.
1. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire. 2. Johnny Mathis - Bye Bye Blackbird. 3. Johnny Mathis - In The Still Of The Night. 12. Johnny Mathis - My Funny Valentine. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959) 1999, - . 0. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959) 1999 /11 - I'm Just A Boy In Love. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959) 1999 /Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959) 1999 /09 - Please Be Kind. Johnny Mathis - Open Fire, Two Guitars (1959) 1999 /03 - In The Still Of The Night.
Open Fire, Two Guitars. Johnny Mathis - You'll Never Know 03:57. Johnny Mathis - An Open Fire 03:54. Johnny Mathis - Bye Bye Blackbird 04:09. Johnny Mathis - In The Still Of The Night 02:35. Johnny Mathis - Embraceable You 03:30. Johnny Mathis - I'll Be Seeing You 04:29.
Warm (Johnny Mathis album).
Open Fire, Two Guitars is the eighth album released by legendary singer Johnny Mathis. Of his recordings, it is his seventh original studio album. In a major departure from all his previous albums, Mathis sings with the backing of two guitars played by Al Caiola and Tony Mottola plus an upright bass (Frank Carroll on nine of the tracks, Milt Hinton the rest) for rhythmic support. This allows the purity, sensitivity and sheer beauty of the Mathis voice to shine through. The open fire of the title is a warm hearth, not an invitation to gunplay.