Jerry Vale

Gennaro Luigi Vitaliano

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Discography of Jerry Vale:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Where Are They Now 2 Audio 1968 Columbia
2 Dommage, Dommage (Too Bad, Too Bad) 2 Audio 1966 Columbia
3 My Geisha (You Are Sympathy To Me) / I Can't Get You Out Of My Heart 2 Audio 1962 Columbia
4 From The Bottom Of My Heart / Here's To Us 2 Audio 1962 Columbia
5 Old Cape Cod / Theme For Young Lovers (Where Is My Someone) 2 Audio 1963 Columbia
6 So Near... Yet So Far / Time Alone Will Tell (Non Pensare A Me) 2 Audio 1967 Columbia
7 Close To Cathy / Fa, Fa, Fa (Live For Today) 2 Audio 1969 Columbia
8 It's All In The Game / Stay Awhile 2 Audio 1969 Columbia
9 He / If I Give My Heart To You 2 Audio 1973 Columbia
10 Free As The Wind / Reason To Believe 2 Audio 1973 Columbia
11 'O Sole Mio (My Sunshine) / Come Back To Sorrento 2 Audio Columbia
12 In My Time / Blame It On Me 2 Audio 1967 Columbia
13 Innamorata (Sweetheart) / Second Ending 2 Audio 1956 Columbia
14 Jerry Vale's Greatest Hits 12 Audio 1961 Columbia
15 Let It Be - Featuring: Easy Come Easy Go, Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) 11 Audio 1970 Columbia
16 Till The End Of Time 12 Audio 1964 Columbia
17 The Impossible Dream 11 Audio 1967 Columbia
18 For Mama / Ti Adoro 2 Audio 1965 Columbia
19 It Looks Like Love / All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart 2 Audio 1957 Columbia
20 Blue Tears (On A White Wedding Gown) / With You 2 Audio 1958 Columbia
21 I Always Say / She 2 Audio 1958 Columbia
22 Another Time, Another Place / If He Leaves You 2 Audio 1961 Columbia
23 Love Me, The Way I Love You / What A Wonderful World 2 Audio 1967 Columbia
24 Go / I'll Follow You 2 Audio 1954 Columbia
25 And This Is My Beloved / Two Purple Shadows 2 Audio 1953 Columbia
26 Sings 16 Greatest Hits Of The 60's 16 Audio Columbia
27 Time Alone Will Tell And Other Great Hits Of Today 10 Audio 1967 Columbia
28 Enchanted / You Don't Know Me 2 Audio 1956 Columbia
29 Time Alone Will Tell And Other Great Hits Of Today 10 Audio 1967 Columbia
30 I Have But One Heart 12 Audio 1962 Columbia
31 As Sure As Night Must Fall / The Lights Of Roma 2 Audio 1964 Columbia
32 This Guy's In Love With You 11 Audio 1968 Columbia
33 The Greatest Of Jerry Vale 26 Audio 1974
34 I Have But One Heart 12 Audio 1962 Columbia
35 The Language Of Love 12 Audio 1963 Columbia
36 As Long As She Needs Me 9 Audio 1969 Harmony (4)
37 How Is Forever / Toot Toot Tootsie (Goodbye) 2 Audio 1978 Buddah Records
38 Time Alone Will Tell And Other Great Hits Of Today 10 Audio 1967 Columbia
39 (You Got Me) Doin' What I Said I'd Never Do 2 Audio 1963 Columbia
40 Till 11 Audio Columbia Limited Edition
41 Jerry Vale's Greatest Hits 12 Audio 2006 Columbia
42 Have You Looked Into Your Heart 2 Audio 1964 Columbia
43 Dommage, Dommage (Too Bad, Too Bad) 2 Audio 1966 Columbia
44 Life / Congratulations, I Guess 2 Audio 1969 Columbia
45 With Love, Jerry Vale 20 Audio 1969 Columbia
46 I've Lost My Heart Again 2 Audio 1966 Columbia
47 Ashamed 2 Audio 1965 Columbia
48 Innamorata (Sweetheart) / Pretend You Don't See Her 2 Audio Columbia
49 I Remember Russ 12 Audio 1958 Columbia
50 The Greatest Of Jerry Vale 26 Audio 1977 Columbia Special Products


American singer.

Born July 8, 1932 in The Bronx, New York, USA.

In high school, in order to make some money, he took a job shining shoes in a barbershop in New York City. He sang while he shined shoes, and his boss liked the sound so well that he paid for music lessons for the boy. Enjoying the lessons, Vale started singing in high school musicals and at a local club. This led to additional club dates, including one that lasted for three years at a club in the suburb of Yonkers, New York, just north of the city. When Paul Insetta, (who was a road manager for Guy Mitchell and a hit songwriter) heard him there, he signed him to a management contract, changed his name, and further coached him. He then arranged for Vale to record some demonstration records of songs he'd written, and brought the demos to Columbia Records. Vale then signed a recording contract with Columbia Records, and Insetta managed him for many years.

His version of the National Anthem, recorded in the late 1960s, was a fixture at sporting events for many years.

Vale and Rita, his wife of over forty years, reside in Palm Desert, California. His autobiography, A Singer's Life, was published in 2000 by Celebrity Profiles, Long Island, New York. He made cameo appearances as himself in the 1990 film "Goodfellas" and the 1995 film "Casino"


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