Mathis Magic

Mathis Magic is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 17, 1979, by Columbia Records and contained an equal balance of new material and songs associated with other artists.wikipedia
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Johnny Mathis

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Mathis Magic is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 17, 1979, by Columbia Records and contained an equal balance of new material and songs associated with other artists.
Although he is frequently described as a romantic singer, his discography includes traditional pop, Brazilian and Spanish music, soul, rhythm and blues, show tunes, Tin Pan Alley, soft rock, blues, country music, and even a few disco songs for his album Mathis Magic in 1979.

You Light Up My Life (Johnny Mathis album)

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On January 27, 2015, Funkytowngrooves gave Mathis Magic its first pressing on compact disc as one of two albums on one CD, the other album being Mathis's Columbia release from March 1978, You Light Up My Life.
You Light Up My Life was also released as one of two albums on one CD by Funkytowngrooves on January 27, 2015, the other album being Mathis's Columbia release from September 1979, Mathis Magic.

She Believes in Me

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"She Believes in Me" by Kenny Rogers received Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America after reaching number five on the Billboard Hot 100 and spending two weeks at number one on the magazine's Adult Contemporary and Country charts.
In 1979, Johnny Mathis recorded for his album Mathis Magic, and Dutch-speaking Belgian pop singer Will Tura sang a Dutch version of the song called "Zij gelooft in mij".

To the Ends of the Earth (Nat King Cole song)

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The song was covered by Marvin Gaye on his album A Tribute to the Great Nat "King" Cole (1965), Tony Middleton (1966), and Engelbert Humperdinck on his 1967 album The Last Waltz and by Johnny Mathis on Mathis Magic (1979), again with Cole's daughter Natalie Cole on Mathis' Unforgettable – A Musical Tribute to Nat King Cole (1983), and others including Cole's younger brother Freddy Cole.

Stephanie Lawrence

In 1979, she recorded a duet with Johnny Mathis called "You Saved My Life", which featured on his Columbia Records album Mathis Magic.

Album

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Mathis Magic is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 17, 1979, by Columbia Records and contained an equal balance of new material and songs associated with other artists.

Columbia Records

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Mathis Magic is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 17, 1979, by Columbia Records and contained an equal balance of new material and songs associated with other artists. On January 27, 2015, Funkytowngrooves gave Mathis Magic its first pressing on compact disc as one of two albums on one CD, the other album being Mathis's Columbia release from March 1978, You Light Up My Life.

Billboard (magazine)

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Although this album did not make any appearances on Billboard magazine's Top LPs & Tapes chart, it did reach number 59 during a four-week run on the UK album chart.

Billboard 200

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Although this album did not make any appearances on Billboard magazine's Top LPs & Tapes chart, it did reach number 59 during a four-week run on the UK album chart.

British Phonographic Industry

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On December 31 of that year the British Phonographic Industry awarded the album with Silver certification for sales of 60,000 units in the UK.

People (magazine)

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People magazine's review praises the album's disco arrangements of "Night and Day", "That Old Black Magic", and "To the Ends of the Earth": "While other singers have embarrassed themselves redoing such hallowed material, Mathis makes it work."

Night and Day (song)

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People magazine's review praises the album's disco arrangements of "Night and Day", "That Old Black Magic", and "To the Ends of the Earth": "While other singers have embarrassed themselves redoing such hallowed material, Mathis makes it work."

That Old Black Magic

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People magazine's review praises the album's disco arrangements of "Night and Day", "That Old Black Magic", and "To the Ends of the Earth": "While other singers have embarrassed themselves redoing such hallowed material, Mathis makes it work."

Wonderful! Wonderful!

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The reviewer concludes, "Twenty-two years after his first hit, 'Wonderful, Wonderful', Mathis' voice and phrasing are as ingratiating as ever."

Karen Carpenter (album)

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New York State of Mind

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Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" first appeared on his 1976 album Turnstiles.

Billy Joel

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Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" first appeared on his 1976 album Turnstiles.