Saturday 29 September 2012

Vale Andy Williams

Andy Williams, the silky-voiced, clean-cut crooner whose signature song from the diflucan mail order early 1960s, Moon River brought him fans the world over, died this week. He was 84.

A voice that was compared to warm chocolate sauce…

When Andy Williams sang Henry Mancini and cheap viagra uk Johnny Mercer’s Moon River at the 1962 Oscars – it was the theme to the Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffany’s and he considered it the greatest love song ever written – it quickly became his theme song. Williams followed up at the following year’s Oscars ceremony by winning another award with a second Mancini-Mercer classic, Days Of Wine And Roses.

In the early 1990s Williams openned his own theatre at levitra online uk Branson, Missouri: the 2000-seat Andy Williams Moon River Theatre, where he appeared up to a dozen times a week between September and December. In 1999 his recording of Music To Watch Girls By (1967) was a surprise hit in Britain when it climbed to No 9 in the charts after featuring in a Fiat Punto commercial. The single’s success was followed by a sell-out British tour. In 2002 he teamed up with the buy cialis professional British actress Denise van Outen in a duet on Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, his solo hit from 1968, which 30 years later was revived to promote another car in Britain, viagra generic canada pharmacy the Peugeot 306. {Source SMH}

 

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