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  1. “Different Kinda Different” performed with Paulette (Marilyn McLeod, Pam Sawyer) – “With You I’m Born Again” from Fast Break (Carol Connors, David Shire) – “I’ll Do It All for You” performed with Paulette (Roger Cook, Steve Davis) – “Never Givin’ Up on You.
  2. Johnny Mathis. Johnny Mathis’ first album of the s, Different Kinda Different, arrives in an expanded edition. Mathis ushered in the decade with one of the most romantic and sensual albums in his extensive discography. Different Kinda Different teamed him once more with Jack Gold and Gene Page for a set that lived up to its title as it spotlighted numerous new songs.
  3. A few years back, Johnny’s mid-to-late-’60s Mercury albums came out in a collection; then, a couple years ago, his Columbia singles were released in a new set. Now comes the king of all Johnny Mathis retrospectives: 62 Columbia albums on 68 CDs spanning ("Johnny Mathis") to ("Sings the Great New American Songbook").
  4. Johnny Mathis ushered in the s with one of his most romantic and sensual albums in his extensive discography. Different Kinda Different, his first album of the decade, teamed Mathis with producer Jack Gold and arranger Gene Page for a set that lived up to its title as it spotlighted numerous new songs as only The Voice of Romance could deliver them/5(18).
  5. Johnny Mathis' collaboration with Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards in the early s was a departure in sound for the singer and the label obviously agreed as the album was shelved. But listening to the whole album on this new reissue convinces me that the team-up of these talents was worth it/5(42).
  6. Vocals – Paulette McWilliams: A2: With You I'm Born Again: A3: I'll Do It All For You Saxophone – Gary Herbig Vocals – Paulette McWilliams: A4: Never Givin Up On You: A5: Deep Purple Saxophone – Ernie Watts: A6: Three Times A Lady: B1: I Will Survive: B2: Paradise: B3: The Lights Of Rio: B4: Love Without Words: B5: Temptation3/5(1).
  7. Johnny Mathis ushered in the s with one of his most romantic and sensual albums in his extensive discography. Different Kinda Different, his first album of the decade, teamed Mathis with producer Jack Gold and arranger Gene Page for a set that lived up to it's title as it spotlighted numerous new songs as only The Voice of Romance could.
  8. Feb 24,  · Johnny Mathis sings "What'll I Do" on the Mike Douglas Show. February Jim Barnett accompanies him on the piano.
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