Who Loves You
|Who Loves You|
|Studio album by The Four Seasons|
|Recorded||1975; The Sound Factory, Hollywood|
|The Four Seasons chronology|
Who Loves You is an album by The Four Seasons. It was released in 1975 on Warner/Curb Records.
The record introduced the new Four Seasons lineup: John Paiva (guitar), Don Ciccone (bass), Lee Shapiro (keyboards) and Gerry Polci (drums). Polci and Ciccone shared lead vocals with Frankie Valli, backed by producer Bob Gaudio and former Seasons bassist Joe Long.
The title song established the band as stars of the 1970s (peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart). "December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)", released in December 1975, spent six months on the charts and became the group's all-time best-selling single.
"Silver Star", the last single, also hit the Top 40, reaching #38 on the Hot 100 in 1976. All three singles from the album were successes in the UK, each placing in the top six positions of the UK Singles Chart.
All songs written by Bob Gaudio & Judy Parker.
|3||"Harmony, Perfect Harmony"||4:46|
|4||"Who Loves You"||4:22|
|5||"Mystic Mister Sam"||4:23|
|6||"December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)"||3:36|
|8||"Emily's (Salle de Danse)"||6:40|
- Frankie Valli - Vocals
- Don Ciccone - Bass guitar, vocals
- Gerry Polci - Drums, vocals
- Lee Shapiro - Keyboards, string and horn arrangements
- John Paiva - Guitar, vocals
- Bob Gaudio - Producer, keyboards, piano, vocals
Album - Billboard (United States)
|1976||The Billboard 200||38|
Singles - Billboard (United States)
|1975||"Who Loves You"||The Billboard Hot 100||3|
|1976||"December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)"||The Billboard Hot 100||1|
|1976||"Silver Star"||The Billboard Hot 100||38|