lørdag 26. juli 2014

Sam Cooke - My Foolish Heart

One of the most romantic songs ever written, sung by one of popular music's finest voices, that's what you get when you hear Sam Cooke sing "My Foolish Heart". It's a song written by Ned Washington (lyrics) and Victor Young (music), originally performed by Martha Mears in the 1949 film of the same name, but boy does Sam Cooke sing it a cut above her and any other singer ever to utter the words "There's a line between love and fascination, that's hard to see on an evening such as this, for they both give the very same sensation, when you're lost in the magic of a kiss". This version was recorded for Cooke's second album, 1958's Encore! Classic? Hell yeah!


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