I Love How You Love Me (album)

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I Love How You Love Me
Studio album by Bobby Vinton
Released December 1968
Genre Pop
Label Epic
Producer Billy Sherrill
Bobby Vinton chronology
Take Good Care of My Baby
(1968)
I Love How You Love Me
(1968)
Vinton
(1969)

I Love How You Love Me was Bobby Vinton's eighteenth studio album, released in 1968. The title track was previously a bigger hit for the Paris Sisters.

Two singles came from this album: the title track, which reached #9 in the United States and "Halfway to Paradise" (US #23, previously a hit for Billy Fury).

Cover versions include "Those Were the Days", "Till", "For Once in My Life", "Why Don't You Believe Me" and the Drifters' hit "Save the Last Dance for Me".

Track listing[edit]

Side 1
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Love How You Love Me"   Barry Mann, Larry Kolber 2:28
2. "If I Didn't Care"   Jack Lawrence 2:35
3. "Shangri-La"   Matty Malneck, Robert Maxwell, Carl Sigman 2:12
4. "Those Were the Days"   Gene Raskin 4:03
5. "It's No Sin"   George Hoven, Chester R. Shull 2:31
Side 2
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "For Once in My Life"   Ron Miller, Orlando Murden 2:57
2. "Halfway to Paradise"   Gerry Goffin, Carole King 2:39
3. "Why Don't You Believe Me"   Lew Douglas, King Laney, Roy Rodde 2:07
4. "Till"   Carl Sigman, Charles Danvers 2:55
5. "Together"   J. Gold 2:04
6. "Save the Last Dance for Me"   Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman 2:34

Album credits[edit]

  • Produced by Billy Sherrill
  • "Those Were the Days", "For Once in My Life", "Till" and "Save the Last Dance for Me" arranged by Bill McElhiney
  • "Together" arranged by Don Tweedy
  • Cover photo by Suzanne Szasz

Charts[edit]

Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
1968 The Billboard 200 21

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1968 "Halfway to Paradise" The Billboard Hot 100 23
1968 "I Love How You Love Me" The Billboard Hot 100 9
1968 "I Love How You Love Me" Billboard Adult Contemporary 2