Primary Artist, Vocals. Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme.
She sang solo and with her husband, Steve Lawrence, on albums, television, Broadway, and in Las Vegas. Eydie was a first cousin to renowned anist Neil Sedaka. Gormé was born in the Bronx to Sephardic Jewish parents. Her father was born in Sicily, her mother in Turkey
He Needs Me Now. Eydie Gorme. Golden Rainbow Featuring Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme (The Original Broadway Cast Recording). 05. Kid. Steve Lawrence. 06. For Once in Your Life. 07. Taking Care of You. Golden Rainbow Featuring Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme (The Original Broadway.
Request an album send to friend. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme. The Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (2004).
Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - This Could Be the Start of Something 02:25. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - I've Heard That Song Before 01:43. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Who Wouldn't Love You 02:50. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Cheek to Cheek 02:53. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Darn It, Baby, That's Love 02:35. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Two Lost Souls 02:27. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Baby, It's Cold Outside 02:44. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - I Remember It Well 03:24. Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme - Sentimental Journey 02:17.
With her husband Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, who has died aged 84, was one of the last survivors of an American show-business tradition that dated back to the big-band era and the golden age of lounge entertainment. Their stock-in-trade was their mastery of the classic American popular song, coupled with a comic act they had been developing since they first met in the early 1950s. Outside the duo Steve and Eydie, they both enjoyed successful solo careers. They established a series of award-winning TV tributes to composers such as George Gershwin (Our Love Is Here to Stay, 1975), Cole Porter (From This Moment On, 1977) and Irving Berlin (Steve and Eydie Celebrate Irving Berlin, 1978). The last of these collected seven Emmys. Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence perform at the Sahara hotel, Las Vegas, in 1961.
Liner notes trace the history of the artist's careers and also advertise other artists on the Longines Symphonette label. There is no Catalog Number on the outside of the release.