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Love Story (Cover Version of Andy Williams)

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Published on Aug 25, 2014
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Recorded at Sunderland, United Kingdom.
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'Love Story' as originally by Andy William ( Andy Williams recorded originally and made the biggest hit)
Written by: Music by Francis Lai and lyrics by Carl Sigman

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Love Story

Studio album by Andy Williams
Released February 3, 1971[1]
Recorded 1970-1971
Genre Traditional pop
Vocal pop
Soft rock[2]
Length 35:54
Label Columbia
Producer Dick Glasser [3]
Andy Williams chronology
The Andy Williams Show
(1970) Love Story
(1971) Love Story (U.K.)
Alternate cover

Home Lovin' Man (UK)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [2]
Billboard [4]
Love Story is an album by American pop singer Andy Williams that was released on February 3, 1971, by Columbia Records.[1]

The album made its first appearance on the Top LP's chart in the issue of Billboard magazine dated February 20, 1971, and remained there for 33 weeks, peaking at number three.[5] One month later, on March 22, the album received Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America, and Platinum certification was awarded on November 21, 1986.[6] For its release in the UK, the album was entitled Home Lovin' Man and did not include the title song from the original album (which was subtitled "Where Do I Begin?"), and this retitled edition entered the UK album chart on March 27, 1971, and spent two weeks at number one during its 26 weeks there.[7] The title track from the original album was included on a UK LP that was also called Love Story but otherwise had a completely different set of songs, and that release entered the UK album chart on July 31 of that year and reached number 11 over the course of 11 weeks.[7]

The first single from the original Love Story album was, in fact, "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story", which entered the Billboard Hot 100 in the issue of the magazine dated February 6, 1971, and stayed on the chart for 13 weeks, eventually peaking at number nine.[8] The song also entered the magazine's list of the 40 most popular Easy Listening songs of the week in that same issue for its first of 15 weeks, later spending four weeks at number one and tying his previous record there, which was set by "Can't Get Used to Losing You" in 1963.[9] Its lifespan on the UK singles chart began on March 20 of that same year and lasted 18 weeks, during which time it reached number four.[10] The first single from the Home Lovin' Man LP was that album's title track, which began a seven-week run to number 10 and back on the Easy Listening chart in the US on October 24, 1970.[9] Although it did not make the pop chart stateside, it did enter the UK singles chart on November 21, 1970, and got as high as number seven during its 12 weeks there.[7]

The original Love Story album was released on compact disc for the first time by Columbia Records in 1988.[2] A Columbia 3-CD box set including this album along with Andy Williams' Greatest Hits and Andy Williams' Greatest Hits Vol. 2 was released on August 12, 1997.[11]
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