Portrait of Johnny

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Portrait Of Johnny
Greatest hits album by Johnny Mathis
Released 1961
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Johnny Mathis chronology
I'll Buy You A Star
(1961)
Portrait Of Johnny
(1961)
Live It Up!
(1962)

Portrait Of Johnny (1961) is the 15th album released by Johnny Mathis. It is the third compilation of hit singles released by him.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Starbright"
  2. "While You're Young"
  3. "Should I Wait (Or Should I Run to Her)"
  4. "All Is Well"
  5. "You Set My Heart to Music"
  6. "My Love for You"
  7. "Oh That Feeling"
  8. "How to Handle a Woman"
  9. "Cherie"
  10. "Hey Love"
  11. "Jenny"
  12. "The Story of Our Love"

Billboard Album Chart[edit]

After the surprisingly disappointing sales of his previous album I'll Buy You a Star with Nelson Riddle, Mathis was back on sales track with this album peaking at #2 on the Billboard album chart in its original release, his fourteenth consecutive album to chart.[1]

Highlights[edit]

From the stunning opening track "Starbright", which culminates with a perfectly placed high not,e through to two Nelson Riddle arranged ballads, "Jenny" and "Should I Wait (Or Should I Run to Her)", and an obligatory showtune, "How to Handle a Woman" from 1960's Camelot, this is a fine selection of Mathis singles work of the period. Although revered for his ballads, Mathis proved conclusively that he could swing with two fabulous uptempo cuts included on this album, "All Is Well" and "Hey Love".

References[edit]

  1. ^ All Music Billboard Album Chart Position

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