Who Can I Turn To (album)

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Who Can I Turn To
1964 LP
Studio album by Tony Bennett
Released November 16, 1964
Recorded August 14, 1964 (#1, 6), September 4, 1964 (#7-8, 11-12)
September 29, 1964 (#2, 5, 10)
October 14, 1964 (#3-4, 9)
CBS 30th Street Studio, New York City
Genre Jazz
Length 37:02
Label Columbia
CL 2285
CS 9085
Producer Ernie Altschuler
Tony Bennett chronology
When Lights Are Low
(1964)
Who Can I Turn To
(1964)
If I Ruled the World: Songs for the Jet Set
(1965)
Alternative cover
CD reissue
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Who Can I Turn To is a 1964 studio album by Tony Bennett.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Who Can I Turn To?" (Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley) – 2:57
  2. "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (and Dream Your Troubles Away)" (Harry Barris, Ted Koehler, Billy Moll) – 3:12
  3. "There's a Lull in My Life" (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel) – 3:06
  4. "Autumn Leaves" (Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert) – 2:00
  5. "I Walk a Little Faster" (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 4:23
  6. "The Brightest Smile in Town" (Ray Charles, Barry De Vorzon, Robert B. Sherman) – 2:56
  7. "I've Never Seen" (Dorcas Cochran, Don Marcotte) – 3:10
  8. "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 3:15
  9. "Listen, Little Girl" (Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf) – 2:22
  10. "Got the Gate on the Golden Gate" (Mel Tormé) – 3:05
  11. "Waltz for Debby" (Bill Evans, Gene Lees) – 3:36
  12. "The Best Thing Is to Be a Person" (Alan Brandt, Bob Haymes) – 3:00

Personnel[edit]

Strings[edit]

  • David Mankovitz, Al Brown, Calman Fleisig, Harold Furmansky - viola
  • Tosha Samaroff, George Ockner, Aaron Rosand, Julius Schacter, Paul Gershman, Sol Shapiro, Carmel Malin, Gene Orloff, Peter Dimitriades, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, Max Pollikoff, Harry Urbont, Manny Green, Harry Katzman, Arthur Bogin, Leo Kahn, Leo Kruczek, Arnold Eidus - violin
  • Charles McCracken, George Ricci, George Koutzen, Peter Makas, Avron Twerdosky, Maurice Brown, Tony Sophos - cello

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