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08:14 PM ET (US)
Looks like our moderator will be kept busy this election season deleting irrelevant political messages like 48729.
03:30 PM ET (US)
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06:09 AM ET (US)
Diane, thanks for information. John Lorenz was a good crooner !
Diane Cox
11:16 PM ET (US)

"Bernard and Leo Gorcey along with Huntz make a great comic film trio indeed. But in 'Blues Busters', Huntz becomes a teen singing idol following a tonsillectomy which changes his voice to a rich baritone a la Bing Crosby. (There's flawless dubbing to the real voice of John Lorenz.) Louie's Sweet Shoppe is transformed into a nightclub, as Louis Dumbrowsky and the Boys attempt to capitalize on Sach's newly-developed gift of song."

Appears to be John Lorenz.
07:48 PM ET (US)
On Saturday, I watched The Bowery Boys' movie "Blues Busters". Does anyone know whose crooner's voice was dubbed in for Huntz Hall ? He sounded like a cross between Perry Como and Dean Martin. Another movie tenor was Georges Guetary who was in "An American In Paris". On getTV, Friday night, May 6th, 8:00 P.M.(Eastern Time )will be restored version of 1937 movie "When You're In Love" starring Cary Grant and cinema soprano Grace Moore. In the movie, she sings "Siboney", which was also sung by Mario Lanza.
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08:08 AM ET (US)
I think the new CD Never Till Now is a fine one. I wanted to express my opinion on one of the tracks For You Alone, I first heard this on the LP Love Songs and Neopolitan Serenade. I was amazed at all the strength and beauty in it
and quickly became a fan of it. I also like the Caruso version and after comparing two Lanza equally matched his predecessor for sure.
07:46 PM ET (US)
Just caught up on the discussion here. Should mention that the Adams sonnet Martino cites from my Free Radical site is also in my book The One Tenor which will shortly come out in print, updated with a Foreword by Joseph Calleja that will knock everyone's socks off. The book has been reconfigured into four sections: 1) Sense of Life; 2) "My God, could that man sing!", an allusion to Noel Tyl's comments to Jeff; 3) Fans, Friends, Family and Fellow-Artists (includes the Albanese and Malbin interviews); and 4) Controversy. More in a couple of weeks. :-)
Martino to Dan
02:00 PM ET (US)
Good luck to you and let us know how it all went.
Dan Lawlor to Martino
01:58 PM ET (US)
I am getting back on the horse on Monday, singing two duets with our favorite soprano; one from: "Phantom" and an original piece written by a member of our Music Study group...wish me luck...
As far as being a "professional": I have accepted gratuities in the past for some of my performances; but very little and not enough to reimburse me for my time, travel expenses, rehearsal time and/or the cost of sheet music; so I guess I was never a 'professional' in the sense I had made a career of it eh? ha ha... all my best old friend.
Gail Swartz
09:44 AM ET (US)
Thank you , Diane.

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Diane Cox
09:51 AM ET (US)
Friar Alessandro
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Diane Cox
09:48 AM ET (US)
That was Shomo Uno and the Nessun Dorma was by Pavarotti. Team Cup Challenge.
05:18 AM ET (US)
Has anyone ever heard Friar Alessandro ? He is a Franciscan Friar who is a tenor and has recorded albums. I notice the Library of Congress has a film series, sometimes, old movies, as does Los Angeles County Museum of Art(LACMA). I wonder if either one or both will ever show Mario Lanza's movies and if Library of Congress will ever nominate Lanza's recordings in their registry ? Prince, Doris Roberts, Madeleine Sherwood, RIP.
Gail Swartz
12:09 AM ET (US)
Glad a great time was ad by all.If anyone watched the figure skating on Sunday...did you catch the artist who sang Nessom Dormna while the male Japanese skated? He sounded like Mario, somewhat. The commentators were talking so I missed the little box where it showed the selection of music used during the free-market. Vince, it reminded me of some of your Mario youtube work.
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